She’s making a list, she’s calling your name twice…
‘Tis the eve of Christmas! And so, what better way to celebrate the merriest of holidays than to watch Cheryl Cole–sorry, Chezza Claus–smoldering and gyrating for fashion photographer Rankin‘s Hunger TV?
And not to just any song: Her own song! Specifically, it’s her Lana Del Rey-penned A Million Lights track, “Ghetto Baby.” SURPRISE!
Wynter Gordon seems down for a rumble lately.
First, she was letting her fists fly during a bloody showdown against Steve Aoki on “Ladi Dadi.” Now, she’s back–along with some seriously pent-up aggression!–for “TKO.” (Luckily, no one was harmed.)
“Beautiful ‘Cause You Love Me” is, arguably, the worst song that Girls Aloud has ever recorded. Well, maybe not ever. Yes. It is. Girls Aloud doesn’t make bad music. This is just so not Aloud–it’s mind-bogglingly mediocre! It’s clearly just a Messy Little Raindrops castoff that Chezza decided to impose upon the band for her own sick pleasure.
All that being said, the video’s a BEAUT!
A few weeks ago, goth-pop princess (and soon-to-be savior of pop in 2013) Charli XCX released the Super Ultra mixtape, a collection of moody, atmospheric tracks colored with hip-hop and ’80′s electro-pop influences. It’s real good, and real free.
Today, the LDN songstress released the Ryan Andrews-directed clip for “Cloud Aura,” the trippy, J£ZUS MILLION-produced lead track from the mixtape (which, on a slight side note, seriously reminds me of Fagottron‘s ridiculously amazing Disney re-fixes.) The song features some spitfire verses from e-rapper/stripper Brooke Candy, who also appears in the video (and who you might already recognize from Grimes‘ insane “Genesis” video.)
It’s scientifically proven that the key to a perfect pop video is hair flips.
Doesn’t matter when, doesn’t matter where–just a quick, dramatic whipping of the head can make or break any music video. As Madge purrs during “Some Girls,” too much is never enough.
Therefore, fellow hair flip enthusiasts will be over the moon to find out that Kelly Clarkson‘s video for “Catch My Breath,” the lead single from Greatest Hits: Chapter One, is hair flip paradise. Chuck full o’flips! To the side, front and back, round and round–there’s so much weave being tossed all around, it might as well be an episode of Bad Girls Club.