Video: Eryn Allen Kane – Slipping


Burgeoning artist Eryn Allen Kane brings us her second visual of the year for her recently released new single “Slipping.”

The brooding, soulful number is visualized with a one-take, single shot performance as the camera follows Eryn on a walk/run down a wooded neighborhood street. She delivers varied emotion including remorse for a failed relationship and enthusiasm for the future.

“I’d like for people to choose what it means to them. It’s important that I give that freedom to the listener,” she previously told The FADER about the song’s ability to be suited for either falling in or out of love.

Eryn is currently working on her debut EP Aviary, which is due out later this year.

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Video: CeeLo Green – Sign of the Times


CeeLo Green is coming back with strong messages on his new album Heart Blanche, which has been lead by the singles “Robin Williams” and “Sign of the Times.”  The latter has now been given the visual treatment, with a symbolic animated clip.

The video centers on a protagonist wandering through a broken landscape of cemeteries, dusty cities, and burning plains. At one point, a levy breaks and water carries cars and people into an ocean.

Heart Blanche, CeeLo’s first album since 2012, is due Nov. 13 featuring contributions from Mark Ronson, Charlie Puth, Eg White, Wallpaper, and John Hill.

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Video: Adrian Marcel – Runnin


Adrian Marcel stays consistent with the music videos, and today he debuts the visuals for his ‘Weak After Next‘ track “Runnin.”

The Oakland native is overcome with emotion as his lady literally runs away through a grassy field. Clouds roll past in a metaphoric way and the setting sun bounces off Adrian who stands strong through the pain. The song also includes a rare rap verse from the singer/songwriter, who typically sticks to his heartfelt R&B style.

Adrian’s latest project ‘Weak After Next: Reloaded‘ can be heard here.

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Video: Raheem DeVaughn – Black Ice Cream


Summer may be dwindling down but Raheem DeVaughn is bringing some drippy heat for the end of the season, with the music video for his new single “Black Ice Cream,” off his No. 1 album Love, Sex and Passion.

The R&B crooner has a sweet tooth for some end-of-summer lovin’ in the sultry visuals. Suited up he performs the sexy tune with an all female band, and gets cozy with his queen.

DeVaughn’s fifth studio album, Love, Sex, Passion, was released earlier this year and details different facets of relationships, delivered with his soulful lyrics and production.

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Video: DJ Cassidy feat. Chromeo & Wale – Future Is Mine


Just in time for the U.S. Open, DJ Cassidy premieres the music video for the remix to his funky new single “Future Is Mine” featuring Chromeo and Wale. Featuring a team of sexy female tennis players the summery visuals bring a playful twist to the retro modern groove. The ladies warm up on the court while Cassidy judges their moves. Wale shows up in his fresh tennis styles and drops his boastful verse, but Chromeo misses the fun.

The feel-good funky vibes of the track were created by iconic musicians from the late 1970s and early 1980s, including Rufus’ John “JR” Robinson and Bobby Watson, guitarist Wah Wah Watson, “Forget Me Nots” composer/vocalist Patrice Rushen, and Michael Jackson horn and string arranger Jerry Hey.

“From the moment I first heard Chromeo’s music years ago, I knew we shared similar sources of inspiration,” Cassidy explains. “As we became friends, they proved me right. Dave and Pee bring the funk to everything they touch. They literally took the groove to the future…pun intended.”

The track can be found on Cassidy’s forthcoming debut album Paradise Royale, which is coming soon.

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Watch: Tinashe Releases Video for “Bet” and “Feels Like Vegas”


Tinashe is closing a chapter in her career as she has announced the end of her Aquarius era, which she culminates with a music video for her songs “Bet” and “Feels Like Vegas.”

The six-minute video, directed by Stephen Garnett, opens with the singer sweating away the stress in a tunnel and parking garage. She dances with seductive gyrating movements in workout gear while her songs play in the background.

The filtered clip ends with Tinashe running toward the camera and the text “End of Era I” flashes on screen.

Her sophomore album is due in November. She has been in the studio with Dr. Luke, Max Martin, Hit-Boy, Travi$ Scott, Boi-1da, Nic Nac, and Dev Hynes.

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Video: Majid Jordan feat. Drake – My Love


OVO for the win!

Love him or hate him, Drake is on top. Whether it’s with his own music or with the artists signed to his label, the talented artist is continuing to show that there are no worries over on his end.

Delivering the joint video with Majid Jordan for their single “My Love,” the two OVO members surround themselves with an overflow of sexy woman for their liking. Shot with colorful tones, the video not only fits the sound that “My Love” gives off, but it’s a good representation of what OVO dos as a whole.

While “My Love” continues to do do what it does, Majid and Drake are ready for the follow-up as they are working on the newest project to come after 2014’s A Place Like This EP.

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Video: Jovanie – Whip!


This past July we were introduced to emerging teen R&B star Jovanie with this breakout single “Whip!” Today, the Atlantic Records signee debuts the song’s fun-filled music video.

Traveling to Los Angeles to shoot the visuals, the Brooklyn native enjoys a day with his crew, showing off his slick dance moves while attempting to woo a girl at the park. Jovanie displays undeniable swag and talent for being only 14-years-old.

He will release his major-label debut What’s the Move, Pt. II on October 30. The 11-track project is now available for pre-order on iTunes along with the instant grat download of “Whip.”

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