Last night was the Billboard Music Award where Taylor Swift officially launched her highly anticipated music video for Bad Blood. The super high-tech video features a bunch of celebs including Cindy Crawford. Taylor plays the role of what seems to be a Superwoman with crazy powers.
During the Billboard, Nicki performed with David Guetta but that is not what everybody’s talking about today, the performance was simply too average. The buzz today is around her latest music video with Beyonce for Feeling Myself. The Queen of Rap and Queen B released their music video exclusively through Tidal, Jay Z’s streaming music service. The video, which appears to be filmed entirely at this year’s Coachella festival, shows the two megastars relaxing in one-piece swimsuits, lounging in a chic pad, chowing down on hamburgers and discussing bubblegum…
Check out Taylor’s video in its entirety and Nicki/Beyonce’s video teaser below. If you you are a member of Tidal, click here to get access to see the full video.
Let me know which one you like best! I personally like both, but I have a thing for Nicki. I think she is super talented and I always love her lyrics and how she doesn’t care about what other people say.
Todrick Hall adapted a Disney Classic and changed its name to “Beauty and the Beat Boots”. In his latest video, Hall is featuring RuPaul, Lance Bass, Ross Matthews, Frankie Grande and a bunch of other YouTube sensations. The video also stars YouTube celebrity Colleen Ballinger (aka Miranda Sings) as Belle.
Throughout the video, she goes through WeHo getting insulted by all the drag queens who sing “she really is a basic fish Miss Belle.” Watch the hot muscle guys in the video as well….very sexy!
According to Entertainment Tonight, Hall’s next video will be “Titanic” inspired and will feature pop superstar Ariana Grande! I wish my Celine would be in the video. Todrick, if you read this, contact René and Céline, I’m sure they’d love to do it!
Watch the video after the jump!
A few years ago I was introduced to the musical talents of Tom Goss who, raised in Wisconsin but hails from Washington DC, originally was studying to be a priest when he felt a different calling to be a singer.
I’ve been to 2 of his concerts, the first being in the backyard of someone’s home and the second being held in a coffee shop. His music is fun, quirky and meaningful. From songs about bears to a song where people paint him while he’s laying down and my personal favorite, “Lover” where he plays as a man waiting for his soldier to come home from war.
His new video, “Wait” stars Tom who has met a new manager who loves him but there’s just one thing…Tom needs to make some changes. Watch the video from his upcoming album of the same name as he struggles to make the changes the manger wants.
He also stars in the film “Out to Kill” which was recently released on DVD and Netflix.
It’s also an interesting note that Tom supports everything financially on his own. He recently released a kickstarter project to raise money for his upcoming projects. He tours around the country not in a tour bus, but in a car and just him, no band.
Check him out out on social media and watch the video below!
Along with learning who won an Oscar at last night’s Academy Awards, we learned a lot more: Who to call (your parents to tell them you love ’em ), and what women should be paid (the same as men). From civil rights to immigration and health issues such as Alzheimer’s and Lou Gehrig’s diseases, advocacy was a big part of last night’s show. Here’s a quick rundown of what people are saying the day after the show.
-After winning a best supporting actress Oscar for Boyhood, Patricia Arquette addressed every mother and every American: “We have fought for everybody else’s equal rights. It’s our time to have wage equality once and for all — and equal rights for women in the United States of America.” Loud cheers rose as Arquette spoke, with Meryl Streep repeatedly pointing at Arquette as she applauded her alongside Jennifer Lopez.
-Race was also a topic at an Oscars in which all 20 of the nominees in the acting categories were white, and the Martin Luther King Jr. film Selma wasn’t picked to vie for any of the high-profile awards besides best picture. After winning for best original song for Selma’s “Glory,” John Legend and Common outlined a struggle that’s still continuing. In a performance and acceptance speech, they reflected how fully politics were intertwined with this Oscars show
Yesterday was the Grammy Awards, the biggest party in the music industry. Sam Smith was the golden boy of the evening. Some people even re-baptised the Grammys, “The Sammys”. He won almost everything he was nominated in. Best New Artist, Song Of The Year, Record Of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Album. We are all very proud of this fellow – openly gay – British singer.
When I posted about Sam’s victories on A4A’s Facebook page last night, many of you wrote that he was very handsome and it gave me the idea of asking everyone on the blog if you guys think Sam is hot or not? He is not necessarily my type physically, but he seem to be an handsome, intelligent and loving boyfriend material. Everyone in the music industry agrees that Sam is very humble about his success and is one of the nicest dude out there. He definitely looks handsome and genuine and he is extremely talented, that is for sure.
What you think of the man?
Oh, if you missed his prestation last night with Mary J. Blige, check it out below.