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Jacky Jackster, you twang our heart strings so decadently with your dark, bluesy sound!
Jack White recently debuted some jarring visuals from the Hype Williams directed music video for track Freedom at 21, off of critically acclaimed album Blunderbuss, and the sexy, slick teaser totallllly gets our engines rev-rev-revving!
SO MUCH GOTHIC WESTERN GOODNESS, we can't even deal!
Try and catch Jack White (above), and oil your motor for the FULL Freedom at 21 video, premiering July 17!
She wins again!
Only minutes after winning best R&B artist of the year, she and Alan Ferguson were named the top video directors for their wonderful hits Dance for You and Party!
You deserved it, you gorgeously seksy creature! Now go celebrate!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Well this makes sense! Ha!
As everyone knows, Kim Kardashian attempted a career in pop music earlier in the year when she dropped her first single, Jam (Turn It Up), which pretty much sunk without a trace upon its release.
She even recorded a music video for the track, but according to her sisters Khloe and Kourtney, it was NEVER meant for public release, despite behind-the-scenes footage possible being a part of Keeping Up With The Kardashians!
"No, no, no. What was that [footage in the show's commercial]? I think that was a part of her video, maybe. They were there when she was shooting her video. I've never seen it…I think it's for her eyes only."
And Khloe embellishes:
"They were filming that behind-the-scenes, but not the whole music video. But I'm sure you're gonna see [something]. I don't know what they edit into the episodes. I've seen it. It's to die for. Her body is banging, baby…The song was for charity; it wasn't for her to have a recording deal. [It was] something she just wanted to be for herself and for fun, so the video she made just for herself. It was never meant to be played publicly."
Yeah. We're sure that she hired Hype Williams to direct a music video that she was meant to keep for herself.
It's not because the song was so poorly received that she decided to nix the whole thing, or anything. Obviously not!
Nice try, gurls!
Get ready, world!
In case you haven't been over-exposed to the point of exhaustion with the Kardashians yet, you're about it - because Miz Kim has announced that she will be debuting her first single, Turn It Up, this Sunday during the new episode of Kourtney & Kim Take New York!
"It debuts this Sunday on Kourtney and Kim Take New York and will be available on iTunes. I’m going to start sharing all my pics from the music video shoot tomorrow, so stay tuned! Hype Williams came up with this Bo Derek braids look for the music video and I loved it! It took about four hours to do, and believe it or not I fell asleep! I wish I could have worn it longer. We tried out a number of different looks in the video, and I’ll be sharing the other looks with you guys here on my blog. I’m excited (and a little nervous) for you all to hear the song and watch the video. I really hope you all like it!"
It certainly remains to be seen!
But we're definitely digging the new looks, and if Kanye is actually in the track, like he's rumored to be, then we actually think that this might have some potential!
Check out some shots from behind-the-scenes of the video (above and below)!
What do U think?? Are U excited for Kim's debut song??
This is DEF a recipe for success.
"[Kanye's] a musical genius, so I would be honored to work with Kanye."
Looks like she's getting the opportunity to work with a musical genius, because Kanye reportedly spent hours with Kim on a closed music video set in El Lay on Tuesday.
According to a source, Kim and Kanye spent the day working with all-star music video director Hype Williams on a video for a single off of Kim's upcoming debut album.
Best of luck, Kim!
[Images via WENN.]
Check out the photos (above) to see Ke$ha on the set of her new music video, We R Who We R, which is being directed by Hype Williams.
Ke$ha wrote the song in response to the recent wave of gay teen suicides and anti-gay bullying incidents.
As we've said before, we're not crazy about the song itself, but we def appreciate the message in the song!
We'll be curious to see how the video turns out. Looks pretty intense!
[Images via On Location News.]