Our favorite, Stanaj, is back with visuals for a track off his is smash EP From A Distance. “Bad Woman” is another huge track for this talent, along with many others on the EP. The video see’s Stanaj showing his swag with a mystery girl in various shots. It’s a simple yet effective music video, and I have to say the track speaks for itself anyway.
If you haven’t checked out the EP From a Distance, I highly suggest you do that right now.
I’m a little slow on this one, but it has been on repeat all day so I just had to share it. Starley seems to be a bit of an up and comer in the industry, but this track will definitely give her some major success. The track currently sits pretty at number 6 on the UK top 40, there is no word if it will make it over here just yet, but I can only hope!
The original, is just as beautiful in its own way too, but I just prefer this Ryan Riback remix. I will be doing some extensive research on both of these talents, but for now stay tuned and press repeat!
I have always been a huge fan of M.O, they just keep producing smash after smash and “Not In Love” is no exception. They just released the videos to accompany the catchy track and it is everything you want from a girl group. With all the drama of other groups, M.O has remained consist with their music and I will keep supporting them and their careers.
The video is pretty basic compared to other’s they have released (“Dance On My Own“), but the track speaks for itself. I love everything about this.
This is still one of my favorite cuts from JoJo’s iconic comeback album, Mad Love. The music video is simple yet gets your fired up all over again. “FAB” is an anthem that everyone needs in their life, and if you haven’t checked out the album yet, I highly suggest you do that.
In addition to dropping this music video, she has announced a tour that will start next year! I have been fortunate enough to see her once already, and I will definitely be purchasing tickets again.
Check out the full set of dates after the jump!
For me, Snakehips has produced smash after smash. Whether it be the Zayn assisted, “Cruel” to the Chance The Rapper and Tinashe smash, “All My Friends“. This time they introduce us to some fresh new talent, Aanysa, who after watching the video will be someone I do some research on.
“Burn Break Crash” definitely has some summer 90’s vibes to it, but its definitely a track that I will have on repeat for quite some time. I can’t wait to hear what Snakehips churns out next, because I have yet to be disappointed!
Sia, receiving a slow burning chart topper with “Cheap Thrills”, has just graced us with another smash. “The greatest” is another self-empowerment track that we are used to hearing from the songstress. While the streaming version features the amazing Kendrick Lamar, the music video does not include him.
The video is a very powerful tribute to the victims in he Orlando shooting as you see them dropping at the end with what looks like bullet holes in the background, with a very eerie silence.
I much prefer the Kendrick version ,which I have included after the jump, but for radio purposes I see why she has released two separate versions. Sia definitely has another hit on her hands with “The Greatest”.
After Ariana delivered a mediocre performance at the VMA’s, she dropped the video for one of my favorite singles off a fantastic album, ‘Side To Side’. The video is what you would expect from Ariana and Nicki, it oozes sex and is filled with a lot of meaningless visuals. It is time these pop-stars give their videos some depth, but I don’t see that happening anytime soon. Enjoy!