The official lyric video for 30 Seconds to Mars’ new song, “The Race,” was released Tuesday.
“‘The Race’ is a song about the madness of love, life, the insanity of dreams, and about how – at times – prey can become the predator,” the band’s frontman, actor Jared Leto, told The Huffington Post. Fittingly enough, the lyrics video for the song, which appears on their new album LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS, gets wild with footage of animals playing underneath the words.
30 Seconds to Mars’ new album LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS drops May 21st. Stay tuned to ANDPOP.com for our interview with the band.
Justin Bieber has recently released the lyric video for his upcoming single, “Right Here,” featuring felling Canadian superstar Drake.
The video is a treat in itself as it uses stop motion to bring the baby-faced pop singer’s words to life as they scroll between and on sets of speakers.
“Right Here” is just one of the many hits on Bieber’s Believe album and will soon join “Beauty and the Beat,” “As Long As You Love Me,” and “All Around The World” as one of the album’s best single.
You were probably drooling over Justin Timberlake’s “Suit & Tie” lyric video with the rest of us this morning. Out of all JT’s videos, this video definitely presents the most schexy, dapper looks. There’s nothing like a clean-cut guy in a pressed suit and tie to make ovaries explode everywhere. Add that in a cigar, sleek car and genuine musical ability and we’re done. BUH BYE.
In fact, the video basically looks like an editorial fashion shoot — they just need to add in shopping credits for the ridiculously overpriced garments.
The video was one thing but creating a definitive GIF wall is a whole other obsession. They allow you to rewatch your favourite seconds over and over and over…
Check out our favourite GIFS below and don’t forget to tell us which is your fave!
American multi-instrumentalist and singer Skylar Grey dropped a saucy new hit called “C’Mon Let Me Ride,” featuring Eminem, and we warn you it’s NSFW.
The track, which takes melodic inspiration from Queen’s “Bicycle Race,” is schexy right from the start. She sings “If you got a sweet tooth/ You can taste my water melons/ If the swing set bores you/ I can show you all my talents.” Then there’s the chorus: “C’mon let me ride your bicycle/ It’s so fantastical on your bicycle/ We can get a little more physical/ Baby after all it’s only natural.”
I know your eyebrows are probably all:
It’s actually all meant as a joke — a satire of overly sexified music. Get it?
The track is from Grey’s upcoming debut Don’t Look Down, which is due in 2013. Thirteen-Grammy award winning rapper Eminem, who is featured on the track, has signed on as executive producer.
The first single, “C’mon Let Me Ride” was produced by Alex Da Kid and mixed by both Eminem and Alex and will be released to all digital retailers on Dec. 11. What do you think of it?
Watch the lyric video here
While One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful” tells you you’re GORG, their new track “Little Things” will make you believe it. In their new track they list all the quirky details about you they can’t get enough of you — probably the very things you don’t love about yourself.
They love the freckles on your cheeks, the crinkles by your eyes when you smile and the dimples in your back. ”I’m in love with you and all these little things,” they sing. Turns out, “One Thing” is composed of many “Little Things.”
Listen to “Little Things” here
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The full audio version of Jennifer Lopez’s single ‘Dance Again’ has FINALLY debuted on YouTube after weeks of sneak peaks and snippets of photos.
Featuring quick electro beats and rapid clapping, I get the feeling this song will be quite successful on the dance floor.
In the song, JLo sings, “Nobody knows what I’m feeling inside. I find it so stupid so why should I hide that I love to make love to you baby.”
Collaborating with Pitbull again (they last worked together on the terribly catchy “On the Floor”), I’d say this duo knows how to work together!
But, it sure seems to me that Pitbull collaborates with everyone. He’s pretty much in every song nowadays.
What do you think of the song?
Katy Perry released the official lyric video for her new song “Dressin’ Up” so you don’t even have to memorize the lyrics to sing along with it. Yes, you can unabashedly admit that you’ll be singing along with it tonight with your friends, or better yet bring the lyrics to life (though probably not with your friends).
The track is dedicated to scandalous role play in the bedroom, you know, librarian turned police officer turned dominatrix. Oh la. I can only imagine what the music video’s going to be like for this one.
Listen to it below: