The GRAMMY pre-telecast gave out its first award for Best Short Form Music video to Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris for “We Found Love.” The video, directed by Melina Matsoukas and shot in Belfast and Bangor, […]
Isabel Lucas plays a Cupid-like angel on the fringes, spying on lovers and sharpening her arrows. In spite of her gift for bringing others together, her loneliness brings her to a tragic end.
This is the most glommed up we’ve seen Clarkson in a video in some time. The singer embraces a grown up look to mark a very grown up moment in her career, to great effect.
At a holiday party, a little boy schemes for a Christmas kiss with Hillary. It all takes place in Lady A’s new music video.
Fans were really psyched when the new No Doubt video came out last Friday. But after a whirlwind of controversy over the band playing dress-up as cowboys and Indians, the band has pulled the clip and apologized for offending anyone.
A much more harrowing tale than expected from the uptempo song, but punctuated with a performance by British actor Idris Elba.
From her hometown of Pristina, Kosovo, Rita Ora brings a new music video and a whole lot of wardrobe.
“Dig Your Own Hole” follows a propeller-driven steam train driven by a mysterious green-cigarette-smoking man. The dream-like ride begins as soon as the train leaves the station.
The guys release a shocking, adult new video — complete with parental advisory sticker — at midnight.
Bucking the trends, the singer unleashed the video without any fancy premiere or behind the scenes footage. Mars is only interested in doing things his way this time around.