The Saturdays Dance With Light Sticks in Not Giving Up Music Video
The Saturdays have released the music video for their song, "Not Giving Up." The song is from the girl groups' new album, Living For The Weekend. The girls wield laser rods in the music video for the dance single. They wear similar dresses as they dance with the light sticks. The video was directed by Chris Sweeney. Take a look:
Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and the Roots Perform Friday on Late Night
Jimmy Fallon moves on to The Tonight Show on February 17th and as his tenure on Late Night winds down, he is revisiting some of his greatest moments on the show. Jimmy and Stephen Colbert had a long running feud, then they were BFFs and finally the collaboration ends with this hilarious and energetic rendition of the Rebecca Black hit "Friday." The Roots and Taylor Hicks give it a special energy. We love that Colbert wore a tuxedo to give the performance a special gravitas. Take a look:
Kacey Musgraves Wins Best Country Album at 2014 Grammy Awards
Here is a video of Kacey Musgraves accepting the award for Best Country Album at the 2014 Grammy Awards. Kacey also won Best Country Song for "Merry Go' Round," which is on her winning album, Same Trailer Different Park. You can see a complete list of the winners here.
An astonished Kacey thanked her co-producers and the musicians that performed on the record. She also thanked her family, fans, record label and more. Take a look:
Colbie Caillat has released the music video for "Hold On," the first song from her upcoming album. The song was co-written by Ryan Tedder. Colbie can be seen lying and dancing on the beach. There are spectacular astronomical effects taking place behind her. At one point there is an enormous moon behind Colbie as she dances in the water with her companions. Take a look:
U2 Wins Golden Globe for Best Song at 2014 Golden Globes
U2 won the Golden Globe for Best Song for "Ordinary Love." The song is on the soundtrack for the film, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. Coldplay and Taylor Swift were among the other nominees for the coveted Globe award.
Bono talked about Nelson Mandela in his acceptance speech. He said that Mandela was a "man who refused to hate but he thought love would do a better job." Bono also said the song was "very, very personal."
Pixie Lott has released a new single, "Heart Cry," and music video. Digital Spy says this will be one of the songs on Pixie's upcoming self-titled album that comes out this year. We like the song. Pixie looking stylish in Paris is an added bonus. Take a look:
Lucy Hale has released the audio for her fun country song, "You Sound Good to Me." Lucy stars on Pretty Little Liars and has embarked on a country career. Lucy singed with Hollywood Records in 2012. The song is the first from her upcoming country album. Here is the audio:
Here is the music video for Dove Cameron's "Better in Stereo." The cute song about friendship is from the Disney show Liv and Maddie. The friends ride bikes, eat ice cream, play basketball and take tons of photos. Take a look:
Here is Tiffany Houghton's "Phone Call" music video. It is not upbeat like her fun music video for High, but it is a good video and song. An upbeat video would not appropriate for this sad song. Tiffany even bursts into tears at one point in the video, which was shot in black and white. Take a look:
Here is a video of Shakira performing "Santa Baby" in a black coat. She shared the video on Twitter. The music video is a video of her 2009 performance at the Christmas In Rockefeller Center event in 2009. Take a look:
Leona Lewis Performs Winter Wonderland at Billboard Studios
Leona Lewis performed "Winter Wonderland" at Billboard's New York City studio. The Christmas classic is one of the songs from Leona's new Christmas album, Christmas, With Love. It's a fun upbeat performance with cute dancing. Take a look:
Leona also has a music video out for her original Christmas song, "One More Sleep."
Ariana Grande has released a version of "Last Christmas," the Christmas hit originally written and produced by George Michael and released by Wham! in 1984. Many, many artists have covered the song today as you can see in the Wikipedia listing. Ariana performed the song at the 87th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade while wearing large earmuffs. Here is the audio:
Austin Mahone Sings Silent Night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
Austin Mahone performed Silent Night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Austin was backed by The Roots. Mahone is currently working on his debut full-length album. He recently toured with Taylor Swift on her Red Tour. Austin wore a black ensemble and a blue hat during his performance. He sounds good. Take a look:
Icona Pop has released the music video for Just Another Night. It's not as catchy as "I Love It," but it's a good song. Icona Pop wear matching striped hats in one scene. The band recently announced they are joining the Miley Cyrus Bangerz tour. Take a look:
Rebecca Black Launches Sequel to Friday With Dave Days
Rebecca Black has launched an enjoyable sequel to "Friday" with the help of YouTube star Dave Days. The new song, "Saturday," references the "Friday" music video but it is not the odd and unintentionally bad, funny music video that "Friday" was. "Saturday" is a good song and the music video is upbeat and enjoyable. It appears to also have a Miley look-alike twerking away at a party. The best part are guys debating the correct order of the days of the week on a chalk board. Take a look: