Director Sophie Muller has done this intense straight-the-camera type of video before to devastating effect — hello, Rihanna — but something tells me that the Intenet is now (im)mature enough to unfurl a steady stream of homages, parodies and critiques that might undercut the message, but will surely amplify the reach.
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There's no missing mouth-music purveyors Pentatonix in this colorful video, thanks to some brazenly clashy-clashy outfit. But, the same can't be said for the video's special guests, who are body-painted to blend-in with the equally bold backgrounds.
Tyrese takes a look at the skeletons in his closet and comes up with a brilliant new single and accompanying video directed by Paul Hunter, and produced by two-time Oscar winner Denzel Washington. It will be an essential part of Hunter’s upcoming short film of the same name, starring Tyrese and, also here, Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson.
We've seen music videos premiere nearly everywhere, so it was only a matter of time before Twitter directly joined the fun. Ricky Martin's new "Adios" video — in both English and Spanish versions — launched today directly on his @ricky_martin twitter feed.
We don't cover too many Spanish language video aqui, but this is an ambitious and stylish video in any language/genre. Singer Natalia Jiménez makes her way through a wrecked city, that seems on the verge of rebellion if not total annihilation.