Today, Swedish singer-songwriter Lykke Li released the visuals to her track “Never Gonna Love Again”, from her last year’s I Never Learn album. Directed by Philippe Tempelman, the video begins with the singer deeply thinking in the back of a car before a dramatic turn of events turns it into a performance video. Hit the play button above.
Beyoncé took to YouTube to upload a tribute song, titled “Die With You,” to celebrating her seven-year wedding anniversary with Jay Z. The video was released exclusively on Jay Z’s new music streaming service, Tidal. The love letter is accompanied by a DIY-style video, which shows Beyoncé playing the piano and serenading her husband. Hit the play button above and enjoy the video.
Wale has unveiled the video to accompany his latest single “The White Shoes.” The enlightening message in the video is represented by a teen, who is able to save enough money from his hardwork in order to purchase a new pair of Air Jordan 11 sneakers, only to tragically have it stripped by his jealous peers. Wale effectively calls for reflection, and acknowledges the senseless violent actions in order to illegally attain sneakers, which are mere factory products and not a true representative of self-worth. Wale’s fourth studio LP The Album About Nothing is now available for purchase via iTunes.
Electronic music duo Major Lazer and DJ Snake have dropped their official video for “Lean On”, featuring Danish singer MØ. They’ve headed over to India to celebrate and dance with the locals for the video shoot. The video which features the country’s vibrant culture and scenery, also sees the group unleash some Bollywood moves while trailing around an ornate temple accompanied by a traditional Indian dance troupe. Below is what Diplo had to say about his experience in India:
India is special and its beauty absolutely humbled me. When we toured there as Major Lazer, it was mind blowing to see our fan-base and we wanted to incorporate the attitude and positive vibes into our video and just do something that embodies the essence of Major Lazer. Major Lazer has always been a culture mashup and to us, India feels like some kind of special creature with one foot in history and one firmly in the future. The experience is something we’ll never forget.