No but really, to quote Kanye West, Beyonce really has just made one of the greatest videos of all time, and it was all seemingly filmed on an iPhone. Or it just looks that way and it was really filmed on super expensive equipment with a gang of cameramen. But I doubt it. Regardless! Bey’s video for “7/11″ is the “Where’s Waldo?” of music videos, in that you can watch it five times in a row — which, yes, I did — and still not catch every moment of glorious silliness. Beyonce running in place doing the “gotta pee” dance! Jay tumbling down the hotel hallway! Baby Blue playing on the bed while mom acts like a weirdo! Motherfuckin’ FOOOOOOOT PHONNNNNNNNNNNNNNE! Want to make sure you didn’t miss a moment? I found you some GIFs. Forty-seven to be exact… Keep reading »
Beyonce has blessed us once again with a music video to end all music videos for her new song “7/11.” The vid, which appears to be shot on an actual damn iPhone, shows Bey and her girls getting silly in a hotel room, having the ultimate dance party, using everything from Red Solo cups to FOOT PHONES as props. I could watch this video over and over again and not tire of it, there’s so much to notice. Seriously, I want to live inside this video. Hell, I want to be buried inside this video when I die. It is that much fun.
Since the theme of the week seems to be Big Ass, it was only appropriate for Sir Mix-A-Lot to reveal which star’s derriere was the muse for perhaps the most famous booty song of all time, his greatest hit “Baby Got Back.”
In an exclusive interview with TMZ yesterday, the singer told us whose healthy butt inspired the 1992 ass anthem, and believe it or not, the tush he was admiring is STILL one of the most famous asses to this day. Keep reading »
Step aside, Taylor Swift, because your “Blank Space” video just became old news now that Schick’s “Crib In My Pants” video has arrived.
To advertise the new Schick Hydro Groomer men’s razor, the brand teamed up with JWT New York to create a music video that takes us through one manscaper’s quest to make the “crib in his pants” more alluring to the ladies. Complete with testimonial interludes from girlfriends of the past and present, we can see the “renovations” taking place before our eyes, all to the soothing sounds of a beautiful ballad. Keep reading »
Do you guys remember that viral video “First Kiss,” and how it turned out that yeah, the participants were strangers, but they were also actors and performers, and the video was also a clothing advertisement? I feel like this new video for “Who Do You Love” from electronic musician Kindness, featuring Robyn, is sort of karmic recompense for that.
Kindness explained the video concept for Pitchfork:
“This video and this song is about people and connection, and how you can identify who you are by those you love. Those people say a hell of a lot about you. Daniel’s idea was a series of portraits of our closest friends and family—in a way, the most revealing portraits of us possible.”
Keep reading »