Beyonce is all glossed up in the visuals for “1+1,” The Dream-penned track from her platinum selling album 4. The video is directed by Queen B herself alongside Laurent Briet and Ed Burke. Beyonce is stripped down as she sings passionately into the camera while rocking some very sexy lingerie.
“The “1+1″ video is the story of love at its best. It’s about commitment and fulfillment and it’s Beyoncé at her most beautiful. The video experiments with psychedelic visual effects and innovative lighting that gives the clip a cinematic feel.”
This reminds me D’Angelo’s video for “How Does It Feel.” Watch below:
Adam Levine and Maroon 5 pay tribute to a legendary rocker in the visuals for “Moves Like Jagger.” Adam and slew of fans give their best impression of Mick Jagger, lead singer to The Rolling Stones through costume and dance. This track appears on the deluxe version of the band’s most recent album, Hands All Over.
Ultimate diva Christina Aguilera shows off her pipes towards the end and joins in on the fun. This vid is directed by Jonas Akerlund, known for directing videos from Gaga and Beyonce. You’ll also see vintage footage of Jagger himself…very cool stuff.
Move like Jagger below:
Cee Lo Green blasts to the past in the visuals for “Cry Baby,” the catchy new single off Ladykiller.
Family Matters star Jaleel White (Steve Erkel) stars as Cee Lo in the 1950’s inspired video. After breaking up with his girlfriend, an seemingly unaffected “Cee Lo” sings and dances throughout the streets.
Cute. Watch below:
Rev Run’s son is all grown up.
Diggy Simmons and tourmate Lil Twist stopped by BET’s 106 & Park to promote their “106 & Park Presents: The Closer to my Dreams Tour” featuring him, Twist, Tyga, Mindless Behavior, Jawan Harris and Trevante. The girls were going crazy as soon as he stepped on the stage. Simmons also debuted the video for his premiere single under Atlantic Records, “Copy Paste.” In the vid, Diggy is being picked and prodded by lady scientists who are trying to “copy” him. There’s even a little dance break. Am I the only one who didn’t know he could dance?!
More pics and the video below:
I love the sound of a saxophone on a hip-hop record…gives me the tingles.
B.o.B has released the video for “Dr. Aden,” a controversial track off of his mixtape No Genre. In the song, Bobby Ray explores the idea of the government creating viruses to control the population #intense.
The video follows a female Dr. Aden as she’s sucked into the government’s operation, only to discover what their true motives are. This video reminds me of the Matt Damon movie The Adjustment Bureau. If you haven’t seen it already, definitely make time to- it’s GOOD. Check out B.o.B’s vid below: