Jay Z is one lucky man.
Little Blue Ivy isn't anywhere to be seen -- sometimes mommy and daddy need some sexy alone time!
Ch-ch-check out the sexy video, below:
The queen is back! Regina Spektor has dropped a new single on the world, and it's ah-MAZING!
You've Got Time is the theme song to the upcoming Netflix original series Orange Is The New Black. And if the song is anything to go by, the show is going to be pretty darn addictive!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) and get hooked on the song!
Then, according to Regina, you'll get just as hooked on the show. She says Orange and its creator Jenji Kohan inspired the song completely, explaining:
We adore Regina Spektor's latest album What We Saw from the Cheap Seats, but there is one track that blatantly stands out with its divergent style, unique composure, and pure emotional core…
And that somber, shiver-inducing tune is How.
Ch-ch-check out the soul piercing track along with it's newly released — and JUST as lovely — music video (above)!
We say How is divergent in style because while it remains true to Regina's signature, alt-pop-piano tinkering, staccato sound, the song takes on a whole different rhythm and melody structure than what we're used to from RS… it slightly reminds us of an old blues song!
And that emotion! You can hear it
AND these supreme stars are just some of the multitude of mega talent that will be taking part in the music video awards orgy-extravaganza that is the MTV Video Music Awards 2012!
Katy Perry has been nominated for Video of the Year with her fantastical adventure-time vid for Wide Awake, and Rihanna's dark and twisty tale of emotionally (and physically) damaging romance AKA We Found Love will be competing alongside!
Riri is also getting props in the best video category for the smooth and somber visuals for her and Drake's Take Care, and M.I.A. will be throwing her galang-spiced towel in for her death-defying CRAY vehicular stunts in the desert-set, dash-board banging vid for Bad Girls!
And, rounding out the Video of the Year nominations for 2012 is the paint-splattered vid for Gotye's Somebody I Used to Know.
Ooooo we can't WAIT to see what ridiculous schemes MTV is cooking up for our viewing pleasure!
The 2012 Music Video Awards blast onto screens this September 6!
Check out some snaps of the TOP nominees (below), and for the full list of nominations, click …AFTER THE JUMP!
What a whimsical wonderland!
Play with Regina - Eloise style - in her new music video for Don’t Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas), off of dynamite album What We Saw From The Cheap Seats (above).
Darling, innocent, fun, with a touch of darkness… a delectable musical offering for your ears AND your eyes!
This is just so, SO cool!
Regina Spektor is busy promoting her FANTASTIC new album, What We Saw From The Cheap Seats, and will be stopping by the Google Offices in New York City today at 4pm EST/1pm PST to perform five new songs through the YouTube Presents series…and the entire mini-concert will be available streaming LIVE from the site…and RIGHT HERE on PerezHilton.com!
Ch-ch-check out all of the tunage from the anti-folk singer/songwriter (above) TODAY at 4pm EST/1pm PST!
Just incredible! We cannot WAIT for this!
Awwwww yea, we got us some brand new Regina Spektor up in here!!
And Small Town Moon is as delightfully charming, melodic and lyrical as every other RS tune we love!
Regina is the definition of a musical artist - she writes her own music which is thoughtful and relatable, and so many of her songs tickle our hearts in the loveliest of ways!
We are buzzing like a bumble bee in anticipation for her next album, What We Say From The Cheap Seats, which hits our ears May 29th!!
Indulge your sweet side, and click play (above)!
And she almost gets squished to death, eee!
The Mistress of Melody Regina Spektor embarks on a nasty, nautical adventure in her new music video for All The Rowboats, the latest track off her upcoming album What We Saw from the Cheap Seats.
We loved the song when we debuted it back in February, and we can't wait to hear the rest of the album in May!
Check out the dark and ethereal romp through the deep blue (above).