Well, imagine that.
Nu-soul chanteuse-turned-’90′s House disco diva Jessie Ware got our hearts racing last month with the radio debut of her incredibly lush, endlessly danceable “Imagine It Was Us”—a new track off of her upcoming US release of Devotion. (Speaking of, have you checked out the album review yet?)
And now, there’s an accompanying video for the Julio Bashmore-produced disco throbber and—lo and behold—it’s equally amazing.
Queen JoJo‘s latest serving of sonic slayage–the luscious Agápē mixtape, released back in December–found the songstress vibin’ to ambient grooves and futuristic R&B sounds.
And now, we’ve been gifted the Embryo-directed clip for “Andre,” an ode to a fly guy inspired by Outkast‘s own Andre 3000, and one of the standouts from the sessions.
Last night, following the release party for The 20/20 Experience, Justin Timberlake dropped the video for “Mirrors.”
Yes, it’s over 8 minutes long, so please get your bitching out now (as if any of you complain about length in your personal lives!), and just watch. It’s beautiful—and you might cry.
“For the love of God, please just stop moving. You’re spinning ’round in circles like a fool,” the director begs.
“HA!” the bewigged chanteuse snorts, whipping her head back over her shoulder and striking a pose. It’s #LotusPromo bitch, she thinks to herself with a smirk.
It’s been almost six cold, cruel months since Legendtina put down her crown and resigned from her oversized red throne at The Voice in order to bestow her gift upon the world–a gift so advanced that only few true music lovers can ever fully appreciate her teachings.
She’s been quiet from some time now, dormant–save for a nasty shade attack by the New York Times–but she’s been reawakened today, all thanks to an A-ha-sampling club anthem about bowel movements by a creepy Latino with a bulge larger than his bald head who visited her lair back in October.
Today is a new day: New beginnings, new wigs and, most importantly, new #LotusPromo.
As promised to us on Twitter last week, indie-pop darling Sky Ferreira has just debuted the accompanying video for her fantastically moody Ghost EP electro throbber, “Lost In My Bedroom”–and it’s just what I imagined.