Who: Michael Bublé
Exclusive sneak-peak at his new rendition of "Melancholy Baby"
Michael Bublé took a break from preparing for parenthood
and doing SNL skits with Jon Hamm
to hit the studio and work on his upcoming new album
, To Be Loved
. Now the singer is giving us an exclusive sneak-peak at the making of new track "Melancholy Baby," his cover of the Frank Sinatra
classic. This track will only be available as part of the Target exclusive deluxe edition
of To Be Loved
, available in stores April 23. Watch the behind-the-scenes video and hear a clip of "Melancholy Baby" below.
and Justin Bieber
New video for their duet track, "#thatPOWER"
will.i.am teamed up with Justin Bieber for new track "#thatPOWER" -- yes, a song with a hashtag in the title! Oh, 2013 ... Anyway, the futuristic video features a Bieber hologram and multiple clones of will.i.am dancing in formation, as well as a black-and-white uniformed dance team providing some PSY
-like choreography. It's a simple yet savvy, feel-good video with a thumping bass line that's easy to move to -- perfect for getting your Friday off on the right track.
Watch the video for will.i.am and Justin Bieber's track "#thatPOWER" below.
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"Me and Johnny Depp had eyeball sex at the benefit concert for Superstorm Sandy in L.A. We never really talked -- we just had eyeball sex.
" -- Kesha
Leave it to Kesha
to invent a whole new, totally safe (we hope) form of intercourse -- first, she went to "the bone zone" with a ghost
, now she's having eyeball sex with Johnny Depp
. Maybe we all have a thing or two to learn from Kesha's weirdo ways -- she does
get to collaborate with the Flaming Lips
Who: Justin Bieber
The video for "All Around the World," Bieber's collaboration with rapper Ludacris.
"All Around the World" is the third single off Justin Bieber's chart-smashing Believe
. The track is also the second single off this album to feature rapper Ludacris.
The video gives us a look at Justin's life on tour, which is in fact as chaotic as it seems, with screaming fans chasing him everywhere. Actual clips from Bieber's performances are dubbed over the song, which gives the vid a really "live" feel.
Now, let us all reflect for a moment on just how uncomfortable it must be to get hoisted up above a stage in a harness attached to giant steampunk metal wings. If there's one thing to take away from this besides "Beliebers be crazy," it's that Justin is not averse to suffering for fashion.
Watch the video for Justin Bieber (featuring Ludacris) - "All Around the World" below.
Who: The Summer Set
Exclusive premiere of their new song, "Jukebox"
The Summer Set is one band you want to keep an eye on -- they're poised to dominate the charts with their dynamic sound. "Jukebox" comes to us from the band's forthcoming third full-length album Legendary
, which drops April 16th on Fearless Records
Who better to set up the new track than frontman of the Summer Set, Brian Dales? Check out Brian's special video message he made just for AOL Music to celebrate the debut of "Jukebox."
Who: Avril Lavigne
The lyric video for her new song, "Here's to Never Growing Up"
Avril is back with a new single, "Here's to Never Growing Up," and she's brought her fans along for the ride. The video is a collage of fan-made videos where Avril's admirers sing along to the track (some of them even in front of their own Avril Lavigne posters).
The song is all about staying forever young at heart and "singing Radiohead
at the top of our lungs," and it looks like Avril's fans all had a blast helping out with the vid. And while a Radiohead reference might not be what one expects to hear in an Avril Lavigne song, we don't doubt she can hit Thom Yorke
Watch the lyric video for "Here's to Never Growing Up" below!
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"I guess I am a modern-day feminist. I do believe in equality. Why do you have to choose what type of woman you are? Why do you have to label yourself anything? I'm just a woman and I love being a woman. I do believe in equality and that we have a way to go and it's something that's pushed aside and something that we have been conditioned to accept.
" -- Beyoncé
opened up in her cover interview with Vogue UK
about her stance on women's rights, which is refreshing in a time where feminism is treated like a bad word. While people are steaming
over the anticlimactic hype build-up over what turned out to be a Pepsi commercial
, Bey is still going strong out there and kicking an unprecedented amount of butt. Haters gonna hate.