Eight-time Grammy Award-winning group Earth, Wind & Fire is adding another first to its long list of achievements: a holiday album. The aptly titled Holiday will be released Oct. 21 through Sony Music Entertainment’s Legacy Recordings division.
The 13-track set, available now for pre-order at Amazon, is comprised of such seasonal fare as “Winter Wonderland,” “Sleigh Ride,” “Joy to the World” and “Jingle Bell Rock.” Rounding out the mix are two songs inspired by well-known EWF classics: “Happy Seasons” (the 1975 album track “Happy Feelin’”) and “December” (1978’s “September”). The latter song features lead singer/co-founder Philip Bailey dueting with the original master vocals of fellow co-founder Maurice White.
[via Julee Cruise – dedicated to H.K.]
Hey everyone, we want to share a new music video which cinematographer Kate Arizmendi and Director Pele Kudren collaborated on for the song “Lose Yourself” from Specter At The Feast. Kate & Pele really felt connected to the video and the song, and contacted us about the project and we’re glad to be able to premier it here for you guys-
Directed by Pele Kudren and Katelin Arizmendi
Cinematography by Katelin Arizmendi
Creative Direction by Tafv Sampson
Wardrobe by Alexis Johnson
Production Design by Alexis Johnson
Directed by Cody Critcheloe, the video for Perfume Genius’s first single off Too Bright is so strange and wonderful that it requires multiple viewings to fully comprehend. Even after all that, you still might end up with nothing, and maybe that’s the point. [Source]
Official music video for Basement Jaxx ‘Rock This Road, from new album Junto out now.
With a heavy sample from Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back,” it’s no surprise that the official video for Nicki Minaj‘s latest track features as many butts as the lyrics do. The visuals segment between scenes, all of which centre around Minaj’s famous derriere. From a jungle shot to a fitness class, accompanied by her team of twerkers, Nicki rounds out the video giving October’s Very Own Drake one serious lapdance. It’s a good job she’s not insecure about her body. The single has been taken from her album, The Pink Print.
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Tricky released his 11th album, Adrian Thaws, earlier this year and, like many of his past albums, has stayed in tune with the brooding, raspy raps that he’s best known for. Today, we’re premiering his latest video for “My Palestine Girl,” produced and directed by TypeArts, Sławek Wąchała, JuzzMedia, and Sebastian Juszczyk. Tricky met the Polish directors at a show in October and after seeing some of his footage, they went out to do this video the next day. For the eerie ode to a distant lover, Tricky pairs equally simple but dramatic visuals for “My Palestine Girl.” [Source]