With his latest music video, Justin Timberlake has logged an entry in the ongoing public debate about what constitutes art by featuring a trio topless, and at times nude, female dancers.
The “Red” video offers fans a behind-the-scenes look at what happens nightly during a Taylor Swift concert.
Some songwriters choose to make up characters or take inspiration from other peoples’ lives. P!nk and Lily Allen, however, aren’t afraid to mine their own. Their
“See You Again,” she says, “takes a positive spin on moving on out of this life, on death.”
The duo wrote the song, which they’ve been performing together throughout her Red Tour, on a trampoline at Taylor’s home.
Using one part high action sci-fi, one part Wizard of Oz and a dash of fishnet arm stockings, Kelly Clarkson taps into some of the icons of outsider angst for her latest music video, “People Like Us.”
Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull have teamed up again for their latest party anthem, “Live It Up,” the lead single off Lopez’s yet-to-be-announced eighth studio album.
Lady Antebellum’s new video for “Goodbye Town” takes a sad look at the one who got away.
Mariah Carey and Miguel released the video for their much-lauded summer jam “#Beautiful” on Friday (May 10) and it held a few surprises, including a surreptitious peek at Mariah Carey’s panties.
Sheryl Crow shows us in the new video to her country single “Easy,” with a little imagination, there are plenty of ways to kick back right where you already are.