Kelly Clarkson Releases Underneath the Tree Lyric Video
Kelly Clarkson has released the official lyric video for her song, "Underneath the Tree." The song is from her new holiday album, Wrapped in Red. The catchy song is written by Kelly and Greg Kurstin. Kurstin also produced the song. The lyric video includes some cute holiday imagery. Take a look:
Actress Alexa Vega Stars in Adrian Vera's He Don't Know Music Video
Adrian Vera has released the music video for the song, "He Don't Know." The music video stars actress Alexa Vega (Machete Kills, Spy Kids). Alexa wears different colored dresses as she cuddles next to Vera in the video and messes with his hair. The music video was directed by Izak Rappaport and filmed at Box Studio. This is the remix version of the song. Take a look:
Scotty McCreery's See You Tonight music video features a romance between a girl and a soldier returning home on leave. He stops for flowers on the way home to his girlfriend. The song is the title track from McCreery's latest album. THe music video was shot on campus at North Carolina State University. Take a look:
Miley Cyrus Performs We Can't Stop at the Today Plaza
Miley Cyrus performed her song, "We Can't Stop," on the Today Plaza in Rockefeller Center. She did some minor twerking, but it was toned down compared to the wilder music video and MTV VMAs performance. Miley also performed "Wrecking Ball." She was also interviewed by Matt Lauer. Take a look:
Fifth Harmony to Release New EP Better Together on October 22nd
Fifth Harmony will release their new EP, Better Together, on October 22nd through Epic Records/Syco Music. The EP contains five songs. Fifth Harmoney's "Miss Movin' On" music video recently passed the 8 million views mark on YouTube/Vevo. The quintet is currently touring with Char Lloyd on her I Wish Tour.
Singer Tiffany Houghton has released the music video for her song, "High."
Tiffany Houghton dances in retro polka dot swimsuit in the music video. Tiffany says of the new song and video, "This song was born from of a couple snaps of my fingers and an honest hook. I have never had so much fun writing, recording and performing a song before. I went into this video wanting to put a smile on people's faces. I hope my fans have as much fun watching it as I had shooting it!"
It's a cute video and a catchy song for the end of summer. The song is her debut single. Take a look:
Here is an amusing video made to look like a vintage 1927 cover of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" pop hit. The creators write, "If Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe' was written in 1927, it probably would have been used to advertise a brand new Model 102 telephone. Here's a pre-modern, digitally aged video of Postmodern Jukebox doing just that."
Ariana Grande has released her new single, "Baby I." The easy listening pop tune follows Ariana's "The Way." You can find the lyrics here. The song can be found here on iTunes and here on Amazon.com. Ariana laughs at the very end of the track. Here is the audio:
The Jonas Brothers have released the music video for their single, "First Time." The video shows images of the brothers having fun in Las Vegas. There are lots of pool scenes. Kevin Jonas's wife, Danielle, is also in the music video. Take a look:
Danielle Bradbery Releases First Single Cover Art and Teaser
The Voice winner Danielle Bradbery has released a teaser for her new single, The Heart of Dixie, which is likely to be a country hit. Danielle is signed with Big Machine Records. Cover art for the song was also released. Danielle sang some great covers on The Voice. You can watch her Voice audition here. Here is the preview of her new single:
Music Video for Snoop Lion's Torn Apart Featuring Rita Ora
Snoop Lion and Rita Ora visited Thailand to shoot the music video for "Torn Apart." The laid-back song is from Snoop's album, Reincarnated. The video was shot in Thailand. Rita wears a white bikini and a white dress in the video. She also carries an umbrella in the ocean. She also rides an elephant. Take a look:
Trace Adkins and Colbie Caillat Perform Watch the World End
Trace Adkins and Colbie Caillat performed the "Watch the World End" duet on the Tonight Show. The depressing duet begins with an apocalyptic dream: "There were fires and there were floods / And everyone was running out of time."
Ariana Grande appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. She performed "The Way" with Mac Miller. The song is the debut single from Ariana's album, Daydreamin'. It peaked in the ninth spot on the Billboard Hot 100. You can watch the music video for "The Way" here. Take a look:
The latest single from Darius Rucker is "Wagon Wheel." The song was originally
written by Bob Dylan and finished by Ketch Secor. It's a good song. It is currently number on CMT.com and also hit number one on the Billboard Country Songs chart. Take a look:
Selena Gomez performed her new single, "Come & Get It" on the Late Show with David Letterman. Selena's new song has been as high as number six on Billboard's Hot 100. The song premiered on the MTV Movie Awards. Selena wore a red outfit for the MTV Movie Awards performance. She's in all black here including some black knee-high boots. Take a look: