Beyonce and Hov are, “Drunk In Love,” for her latest single which is showcased on her new self-titled surprise album, BEYONCE. The catchy number finds Queen Bey seducing the camera and playing in the sand along with JAY Z who shows up to deliver an impressive verse. The duo also have fun and get a little raunchy and explicit but in the end it’s always about unconditional love with these two. Check out the new black and white visual from the veteran singer.
Justin Timberlake is out on the road and touring the states in support of his new album, 20/20 Experience (2 of 2). Brooklyn fans piled into the Barclay’s Center which hosted the singer’s most recent stop. Revolt TV was on-site to cover the event and captured the N’Sync member as he performed in a flashy tuxedo to a sold out crowd.
Ariana Grande decided to liberate her new music video for, “Right There,” featuring G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean. The visual finds the young singer as she parties the night away in a mansion for a masquerade ball. Sean shows up to lace the track with his special flavor of Detroit inspired pimp raps while Grande pledges her devotion to her love interest. If you’re into this sort of thing you can pick up Ariana’s debut album Truly Yours which is now available in stores.
Pop group Fly Panda releases a new lengthy music video that also serves as a short film for their infectious song “Face Drop.” Watch as Fly Panda engages the concept of money being the root of all evil and the power it has to come between friendships in their latest visual. The cinematic approach does a nice job of complimenting the uptempo song as viewers are treated to some trippy looking scenes and the planting of a fully functional money tree which changes the lives of everyone. However, happiness doesn’t last very long as the Panda in the bunch decides to selfishly dig up the tree, live a rich solo life and abandon the group. As the music video progresses, the group eventually finds the Panda, chains it up and walks it into the woods to permanently dispose of it because of its betrayal. Still, things don’t end quite there as viewers are treated to a nice spin at the end.
Linkin Park is back with a new upbeat remix of “I’ll Be Gone” that showcases a heavy electronic vibe. G.O.O.D. Music artist Pusha T even decides to lace the catchy tune with a signature cocaine inspired verse. “I’ll Be Gone (Vice Remix)” will be featured on the group’s forthcoming project entitled RECHARGED which is set to drop on October 29.
Episode 12 of SKEE LIVE showcased the talents of singer Jason Derulo as he joined long-time friend and AXS TV host DJ Skee for an exclusive interview. Bringing his special brand of energy to the stage, Derulo opened the show with his smash hits “Marry Me” and “Talk Dirty.” With so much to discuss, the singer shared details on everything from his early days in Miami, getting his big break by working with Cassie and Sean Kingston, his creative process in the studio and explains Hip Hop is in his roots. Derulo also revealed to DJ Skee that early in his career he almost signed with Cash Money, Konvict and Bad Boy Records.
The multi-talented artist made it a point to clarify to viewers that his music not only is universal but authentic and will always remain a reflection of who he truly is. During his lengthy one-on-one with DJ Skee, Derulo would go on to address plenty of other topics such as his fashion inspirations, touring with Black Eyed Peas and Lady Gaga, his relationship with singer Jordin Sparks, overcoming a potential career ending neck injury and so much more. Derulo also did the honors of closing out SKEE LIVE with a performance of “The Other Side.”
Fans were treated to an exclusive interview with Rick Ross as the MMG general discussed his upcoming Mastermind LP, his thoughts on collaborating with other artists and revealed he was behind enticing Kanye West to sign Pusha T to G.O.O.D. Music. This week’s episode featured veteran producer Om’mas Keith as the Queens native shared some of his production credits and gave viewers insight on how he was able to get his start in music.
“Off The Top” showcased the skills of rap artist Smart Guy Chevelle in his Dylan Bergstrom directed visual. Fashion designer and entrepreneur, Marc Ecko, caught up with SKEE LIVE cameras for a special interview and brought viewers up-to-speed with everything he’s recently had his hands in and more. Ecko speaks on his time in college, getting his start with air brushing shirts and his inspiration behind creating Complex Magazine.
Alternative band Atlas Genius grabbed the spotlight for this week’s “Spotlight” segment. Episode 12 of SKEE LIVE also featured commentary from DJ Skee as he showcased several pairs of rare sneakers and took it upon himself to initiate a dialogue concerning the need to design so many shoes with a specific theme in mind. Tune into SKEE LIVE every Tuesday at 7 p.m. (PST) and 10 p.m. (EST) to watch it all go down only on AXS TV.
Skylar Grey releases the visual treatment to her single “Back From The Dead” featured on her debut LP Don’t Look Down. The singer-songwriter sports heavy hitter features from the likes of G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean and drummer Travis Barker on her emotional filled record which centers around her struggle of coping with a former lover coming back into her life after already being “dead” to her. Take a look at the trippy black and white visual which finds the singer walking around what appears to be a museum like building.