Using all the occult, illuminati and esoteric reference in fashion now, Vintage's new video is somewhat of an echo of Ke$ha's "Die Young" of almost a year ago. While the video is a big hit, the song is missing the mark somewhat, as it misses a catchy hook of the type we loved in "Roman" and "Eva".
Russian MFF threesome Azhur released another track in english. Last year we saw the highly contagious "Summer Love", and this year's "One More Night" does not underwhelm either! While the trash factor is high, we can't help but love this song!
Indy artist Malin shows great talent in her debut video Unstoppable. After moving to L.A. she started to build a career for herself, and it looks promising! Robyn, better watch your ass, 'cus Malin is coming!
French child star Alizée, known from "Moi Lolita" and other barely sung chansons, shows little evolution in her lastest release "À Contre-Courant", in fact, it looks and sounds even more like the 80's video's of Mylène Farmer, who created her. Dommage, even though there wasn't so much to work with either...
A perfect example of Korean pretty boys, VIXX take a dramatic, vampire inspired plot for their new video. As for (almost) all South Korean music videos: impeccable big budget productions and flawless styling.
Normally i don't post teasers, but this is really promising: Kaiia, Ukrainian/Moldovan, releasing a Russian language song by Romanian producing team MaaN (also known from Alexandra Stan's succes). Can't wait to hear the entire track!
Jenny Lo, you may be a milf, but surely not a model. And no, you don't know shit about fashion either. This video is a parody on the fashion industry, in an unintended way. Isn't this thing she's doing with Pitbull getting kinda old too?
Cat Music, Romania's top labels, must really believe in Andreea D. They've produced a stunning video for her debut single "Magic Love". The song however reminds a lot of "Is It Love" by iiO/Nadia Ali but not enough to call it plagiary, since the music is very different and pretty good too.
Eleni Foureira pops some fizz, and the club goes crazy! As in taking off their clothes and stuff. If it wasn't for the product placement, this video wouldn't be and that would be a shame. The choreography does sometimes look like she falls down from pure exhaustion...
"Invader Invader" byt Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is definitely the wierdest thing you're going to see for a long time. We saw her before on the song "Candy Candy", but that song was easy listening compared to this. I think if my cats would team up with the neighborhoods' streetcats, they would produce something similar, or even more pleasant. My problem is mostly the atonality of the music. 'Nuf said.
We can always trust in Serbia for our dose of trashy videos! Mia Borsavjevic thinks it's necessary for her to put her silicone valley inside (or in sight) of the camera. We're not impressed. The boys in this video however are quite nice to look at. How about making a version of this video without her boobs, her voice, and her appearance in it?
Nyusha, Russia's closest equivalent to Britney spears in her early years, gives us somewhat of a psychological video. It shows resemblance to fever induced visions, after watching Rihanna's "Only Girl". It's nice, but it's also confusing and unpleasant in certain aspects. The song is ok too.
Vera Brezhneva is back with yet another dèja-ecouté song. It's becoming a little old to be honest. The looks in this video is very Shakira "Whenever Wherever" only the crotch of the pants is missing. I like Vera, but she's wasting potential here.
Now this is my cup of tea! 9 sexy South Korean girls, a catchy song, and great video direction! 9Muses are definitely upping the sex appeal with respect to other Korean girl groups, without being trashy. Even if there's too many muses in 9, everything about this picture is perfect!
Singaporean sensation Olivia, who's career can be truly called pan asian, released her new video for "Děng děng" which would mean "Etcetera". While the song is not so much of a novelty, the video is quite nice.
While this video is very entertaining indeed, the music is a big bluff if you'd ask me. While using a very commercial beat and background music, R&F are singing in a way wanting to be very artsy. But, sorry, you're not two Björks, and if you can't sing, then don't.