Good things to come to those who wait, and finally, a first taste of one of our most anticipated releases of 2013 is being presented on a silver platter. Or, a lyric video, but tomato, tomahto. Phoneix‘s new song, “Entertainment,” has us tapping our toes and dancing in a field of daisies that currently exists only in our mind on this otherwise cold and blustery day. In other words, it’s a Phoenix song. Read more…
Beyoncé, presented by Beyoncé on behalf of Beyoncé, starred in an intimate and slightly confusing 90-minute PSA that should tickle all those who believe in the lord and savior Queen B. With such an eventful Year of B thus far, would Life Is But A Dream answer all the nagging questions that keep us up at night, or simply reinforce the feeling that Beyoncé is a great and powerful alien we can never even dream of becoming?
After a scary start to 2013, Rick Ross is back in the public eye, hitting up red carpets and runways of New York Fashion Week. This year’s crop of beautiful collections might be over, but because he’s always had a knack for teaching us how to live our best life, we pulled a few tips from the boss himself on how to survive next year’s sartorial summit. Read more…
Drake’s year of no eff-giving continues with the official video for “Started From the Bottom,” a clip that makes no apologies for where he came from or how he got here. Instead, Drizzy suggests his Toronto come-up was filled with toothbrushes, dancing, and questionable winter driving… and we can’t stop watching. Read more…
No, you’re not having a nightmare. Valentine’s Day is officially here, a day when we’re encouraged to binge on cutely shaped chocolates and cry into our wine glasses. Don’t have someone special lined up this year? Me either… but we could! It’s never too late to snag someone for the night–sorry, Mom–and Usher, One Direction, Madonna, and JC Chasez are among the many famous friends who are going to show us how it’s done.
Behold a powerful playlist curated by your Tuner Valentines, featuring 20 songs geared to help you gather your mojo and make the most of the next 24 hours. Because as Pitbull, Drake, Ke$ha, and Future have taught us, we might not get tomorrow to only live once so we should find L-O-V-E-E-E before we die young.
With a lyric video that already went above and beyond expectations, thanks to floating musical notes and a slow-moving pan across some well-toned arms well-fitted tuxedos, Justin Timberlake‘s latest offering ups the ante yet again. If coaxing Jay-Z into lending a verse to “Suit & Tie” didn’t make it clear, Mr. JT is very serious about this comeback, and even further proof lies in the official music video’s director: David (Freaking) Fincher, an Oscar nominee and the man who is partly responsible for your latest Netflix binge.
Like many BeyHive members, The-Dream remembers the exact moment he realized Beyoncé was something special. “There was just something in her attitude that came across,” he told VH1 of early Destiny’s Child video “Bills, Bills, Bills.” “It was something about that song and something about her persona that made me say, ‘Oh, wow. That girl’s gonna be out of here.’” Still waiting on your take on whether or not she’s the next to MJ, Terius, but this’ll do.
Either a movement to encourage better hygiene practices worldwide or an attempt at giving fans a more “intimate” experience, bathtubs are a popular location choice for music videos. They’re also breeding ground for emotional moments involving boogers and best friends (we see you, JemimaKirke of Girls). Released on Tuesday, Rihanna‘s sexy new clip for “Stay” had us thinking about a few other great moments involving bathtubs and video cameras (and no, not like that you creeps!).
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Not only are these shots hot, they’re impressive–it’s no easy task to catch the bubbles on film before they’ve disappeared. So jump in, the water is warm.
There’s a reason Olly Murs has been on numerous television shows long before he scored a record deal: the camera loves him. Between his eclectic taste in music to his penchant for spilling someone else’s beans, when Olly talks, we want to listen.