After her sister in all things Illuminati Kee$ha premiered her video for “Die Young” last night, G4L Navy Commander Princess Rihanna has just released the gorgeous visual accompaniment to “Diamonds,” the lead single from her forthcoming record
Happy Fearless Chalice Unapologetic.
Well, I’ve survived Hurricane Sandy unscathed–and mercifully, without ever losing Internet or electricity.
The situation is still pretty dire downtown: Cars are literally floating away, trees are upturned, and the subway lines are flooded and out of service for an unforeseeable amount of time. But most importantly, my friends and loved ones are all accounted for, safe and sound…and my Britney singles collection box remains dry.
Natural disasters aside for the moment, the pop world keeps turning, and with it, we keep getting new tunes and videos to distract us from the fact that the world briefly ended yesterday.
Today, our favorite indie-pop songstress Sky Ferreira has released the video for “Sad Dream,” one of the tracks from her gorgeous new EP, Ghost.
I’ve been waiting for the feeling–and now, I finally feel it!
Bright Light Bright Light, née Rod Thomas, is getting ready to release “Feel It,” one of my very favorites from his truly brilliant debut Make Me Believe In Hope, on October 29.
Earlier today, the talented pop prince released the visual behind his early ’90′s House anthem. Prepare for brightly colored, VHS-ready goodness and some totally fierce footwork–it’s pure, campy green screen magic!
While basic K-Pop girl groups are busy trying to choke their own members with rice cakes before kicking them to the curb, Eternal Queen of K-Pop BoA has just stood up from her throne, silenced the lessers and unleashed the second video from her very, very good seventh Korean studio album Only One: “The Shadow.”
Let the slaying commence once again.
It’s been a minute since we heard from Jessie And The Toy Boys, but fear not: She’s still getting on with her bad self.
On the latest cut from her long-overdue debut LP, the rising popstress alternates between a Gwen Stefani-esque hip-pop sensibility and one truly sugary, power-pop punch: “Top down, favorite song banging on the radio/And I was like oh-oh-oh, no care in the wo-oo-orld!” she croons on the sparkly chorus.
Along the way, Jessie delivers some serious shade (“Saw your video…rip off”) and some boasts and brags (“On tour with Brit-uh-nay-uh!“) on top of a rather nazty beat, but my favorite part? “Mmmmmmm…I don’t know.” Also, be on the lookout for a Fashionable Dubstep Breakdown!
Go ahead and check out the accompanying video below, which was directed by Jessie herself. And as for once she breaks out the bath salts? No spoilers, but…well, it’s all a question of taste.
Come on in and take a bite.