Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Sean Paul -She Doesn't Mind

"She Doesn't Mind" is the second single from the Jamaican recording artist Sean Paul's upcoming fifth studio album. It was written by Sean Paul, Shellback and Benny Blanco and was produced by Shellback and Benny Blanco. It was released on the September 29, 2011 on Skyrock (French radio), and to iTunes on October 31.

The official music video for "She Doesn't Mind" was released on November 25, 2011. It features some sexy babes with nice long legs dressed as stewardesses.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Girls' Generation - Run Devil Run

Girls' Generation (Korean: 소녀시대; Sonyeo Shidae) is a nine-member South Korean pop girl group formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2007. They are also referred to as SoShi (소시) or SNSD, both abbreviated forms of the group's Korean name. The group is currently the top Korean girl band.
Girls' Generation has released three Korean full albums, three Korean mini-albums, one Japanese full album and various singles. Their 2009 hit single "Gee" holds the record for being the longest running No. 1 song on KBS Music Bank, having held the No. 1 chart ranking for nine consecutive weeks. Gee was named song of the decade by the Korean music site, Melon. The group also won various awards in 2009 and 2010, including consecutive Artist of the Year (Daesang) awards at the Seoul Music Awards, Golden Disk Awards, Melon Music Awards, and the Korean Cultural Entertainment Awards.
The group began a foray into the Japanese music scene in late 2010 under Nayutawave Records, a part of Universal Music, with the Japanese remakes of their 2009 Korean hits "Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)" and "Gee".
The leader of the group is Kim Taeyeon. The other members are Jessica Jung, Lee Soon Kyu (Sunny), Stephanie Hwang (Tiffany), Kim Hyoyeon, Kwon Yuri, Choi Sooyoung, Im Yoona and Seo Joo Hyun.

The music video was filmed secretly in January 2010, together with their song “Oh!”. A teaser video was released on March 16, 2010. The music video for "Run Devil Run" was released on March 18. They also released a story version on March 31, 2010.

Original version
The original video contains two settings: a white room and a black room. Throughout the video, there are scenes of the girls dancing in these rooms, and there are individual close-ups of their own unique Black SoShi looks. At the end of the video, the girls are shown in the black room, after which the video ends similar to a TV shutting off.

Story version
The video continues the story of "Oh!" in which they meet the Black SoShi, their malevolent and darker selves, at the end of the video. The story video starts with rewinding the “Oh!” video to the part in which Sooyoung accidentally mishandles an American football helmet, which knocks over a cup causing it to spill a liquid on the computer. This crashes the computer, after which the "Black SoShi" escape from it. After they escaped, they began messing up and disarranging the room. Three-quarters of the way into the video, the band enter the room and meet the Black SoShi. The video ends when Yuri unplugs the computer, sending the Black SoShi back into their own dimension, after which they clean up the mess that the Black SoShi left. While doing this, Seohyun taps the computer monitor lightly, which reopens the portal to the parallel universe.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Justin Bieber Duet with Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You (SuperFestive!) (Shazam Version)

Justin Bieber and Mariah Carey in a video for All I Want For Christmas Is You (2011). What a lovely milfy sighting Mariah is, with delicious deep cleavage.

and some caps of sexy Mariah:

Friday, October 21, 2011

Beyoncé - Love On Top

"Love on Top" is a song by sexy Beyoncé Knowles from her fourth studio album 4 (2011). It was written by Knowles, Terius Nash and Shea Taylor; production was handled by Knowles and Taylor. Knowles took inspiration from her state of mind while playing Etta James. A throw-back to the 1980s music, the up-tempo R&B song exhibits similar styles of Stevie Wonder, Luther Vandross, Anita Baker, Whitney Houston, Diana Ross and The Jackson 5. While incorporating six key changes, Knowles also adopts her high range when repeating the song's chorus towards the end of the song. She sings about a man who she can always call, even after facing grief and hard work, finally earning his love and respe

A preview of the music video for "Love on Top" was shown on the Australian television program, Sunday Night, on October 9, 2011. The visuals showed Knowles in a black leotard, stockings, high-top sneakers, and medal-adorned military cap. Together with her five male dancers, they perform choreographed moves in a penthouse studio overlooking New York City. The preview was inspired to the music video for "If It Isn't Love" by American band New Edition. The full video was initially supposed to be premiered on October 17, 2011 on Australia's Today Show. However, the release date was pushed up and it was released on October 16, 2011 instead.

And Beonce is hwoing some superb cleavage!

Although the song is initially 4 minutes and 27 seconds long, the full video is only 3 minutes and 17 seconds long; this is because of the fact that the second verse of the song is omitted from the video. Erika Ramirez of Billboard magazine and Melissa Maerz of Entertainment Weekly highlighted the fact that Knowles wears several different clothes including the dress that was worn during her performance at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards. The clip starts with a casually dressed Knowles moving in coordination with the her male back-up dancers who are also wearing casual clothes and high-top Nike Dunks. Wearing a black body suit with black hose, Knowles puts on a display of footwork before breaking into the song. About halfway through, the visuals suddenly switch to night as Knowles lights up the space in various formal looks, including a gold pantsuit, white suit, and finally a tuxedo complete with coattails, top hat, and cane. The choreography from here resembles that of the 1960s male groups. Knowles and her male dancers actually change wardrobe with every key change. She rips through with youthful exuberance through the song before yelling cut and just like that, returns to rehearsals.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Maroon 5 - Moves Like Jagger

"Moves Like Jagger" is a song by American band Maroon 5 featuring American pop singer Christina Aguilera. It was released for digital download on June 21, 2011 in conjunction with a live performance of the song on The Voice the same day. "Moves Like Jagger" was written by Adam Levine, Benjamin Levin, Ammar Malik and Shellback, and was produced by Shellback and Benny Blanco. It was later included on a re-release of the band's third studio album, Hands All Over (2011). The song's lyrics refer to a male protagonist's ability to impress a female with his dance moves, of which he compares to those of Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. "Moves Like Jagger" debuted at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100, therefore making it the band's first top-ten single since "Makes Me Wonder" (2007), and Aguilera's first top-ten since "Keeps Gettin' Better" (2008). The song was a number-one single on the Canadian and New Zealand charts and was also a top-ten hit in most countries that it charted. The song also marks the first time two former Best New Artist Grammy Award winners have collaborated on a Hot 100 hit.[3] A music video directed by Jonas Akerlund was released on August 8th. The video not only features Christina Aguilera, but it also features some old video footage of Mick Jagger himself and his iconic moves. The single has so far peaked at number 3 in both the UK and on the Billboard hot 100.

The music video for "Moves Like Jagger" was directed by Jonas Åkerlund and filmed in Los Angeles, California on July 8, 2011. On July 9, Aguilera posted an image of herself from the video shoot via Twitter, saying, "Always great to see Jonas Akerlund. He created the perfect feel for the song. Expect a fun video." The image showed Aguilera performing with a band in front of a background of the American flag. Four shirtless images of Levine from the shoot were also released online the same day. More images from the video shoot were released online on July 11, showing Levine and Aguilera performing in front of an American and British-themed backdrop with confetti falling from the ceiling. Another image showed Aguilera performing in front of a black backdrop with her name "Christina" shown in pink. Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger will make an appearance in the video "via archive footage." The music video premiered on August 8 on E!

Becky Bain wrote for Idolator that "Adam Levine wears a whole lot of ink on his upper torso instead of a shirt, and Christina Aguilera applies an entire bottle of mascara around her eyes." The Huffington Post commented "We weren't sure whether Levine and Aguilera would be able to bring it like Mick, but then again, no one can ever touch the original. The best they can do is try to imitate Jagger's greatness--and Levine and Aguilera do a pretty solid job of that."

Friday, May 6, 2011

Mariah Carey - Honey

Mariah Careys song Honey was written by Carey herself, Puff Daddy, Q-Tip and Stevie J, all of whom served as the song's producers as well. Due to the song's use of two samples: "Hey DJ" by the World's Famous Supreme Team, and "The Body Rock" by the Treacherous Three, additional writers are credited. "Honey" was a re-defining song in Carey's career, pushing her farther into hip-hop than she had gone before.

The music video for the Honey garnered much speculation. For the first time in her career, busty Carey was featured provocatively dressed, giving viewers a "taste of the freer Mariah" and the audience truly did love the sightings of her delicious body.. The Puerto Rico-filmed video's concept was created by Carey with Paul Hunter filling in as the director.Serving a James Bond theme, Carey was cast as "the very sexy agent M", and very sexy she also looked, while escaping a large mansion in which she has been held captive. Carey said of the video that "I don't really think the video is overtly sexual, but for me-I mean people used to think I was the nineties version of Mary Poppins!" Poppin sounds where heard in many teen boys bedrooms when they dreamed about Mariah's body.
The captors are played by Eddie Griffin, Frank Sivero, who continue to taunt Carey over her capture and eventual death. After a series of dialogue, Carey escapes her Griffin's character and dives into a swimming pool from the mansion's roof. After an ensemble change, Carey dons a swimsuit and escapes the island via a watercraft.The video's antagonists continue their pursuit of Carey throughout a large body of water, until she arrives aboard a large ship. Throughout most of the video, Carey is seen posing on a large sailboat, while wearing a white bikini. Ahhhh. After boarding the ship, Carey begins sexy dancing and is soon joined by a group of male sailors. After a sequence of dance light dance routines, Carey is seen on an island with her lover, male model David Fumero, and her real life dog, Jack. They frolic together on the island, while Carey happily enjoys her romance.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Alex Gaudino - Destination Calabria

"Destination Calabria" is a DJ track by Italian producer Alex Gaudino, with vocals by Crystal Waters. It is the first single released from his debut album My Destination
The track is a mashup, taking the instrumental from Rune's "Calabria" and the vocals from Alex Gaudino's and Crystal Waters' "Destination Unknown", both originally released in 2003. It was produced with the help of Maurizio Nari and Ronnie Milani, matching the saxophone hook/riff from "Calabria" to Crystal Waters's voice. The music video is directed by Eran "Rani" Creevy and produced by Ben Pugh for Ministry of Sound. It features female dancers in highly sexualized green marching band costumes, pretending to play various instruments in a seductive manner, with choreography by David Leighton. In some scenes, seemingly hundreds of the dancers are seen at once, but these are simply the original eight replicated many times using digital imagery.
Waters herself does not appear in the video, with some of the marching band members miming her lyrics.

Friday, April 29, 2011

Inna - Sun Is Up

Inna, is a cute Romanian dance singer with a nice fit body that she does not hide. Her latest single "Sun Is Up" became a number-one hit in Bulgaria and a top three in France, Romania, Russia and Switzerland. For 2011, Inna is preparing a new record, entitled "I Am The Club Rocker!".

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Dan Balan - Chica Bomb

Dan Bălan is a Moldovan-Romanian singer, songwriter, and producer. To be totally honest, the song sucks big time, but the babe, Katie DiCicco, in the video is hot. Specially when she is sweaty. Released In 2010 it became an instant hit in many European countries and hit #37 in Germany and #44 in UK Singles Chart and number 1 in Russia and Greece (in Greece, this song was released with the Greek singer Eleni Foureira, performing the song during the 2010 MAD VMAs/MAD Video Music Awards).

Monday, April 4, 2011

Paula Abdul - Cold Hearted

The first really naughty video by the same artist who gave us "Forever Your Girl" - "Cold Hearted" (often mistitled "Cold Hearted Snake") is a single from Paula Abdul's album Forever Your Girl, written and co-produced by Elliot Wolff. It hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the album's third song to top the US chart. "Cold Hearted" became one of Abdul's best known songs for its then streetwise lyrics and provocative music video.
The video for "Cold Hearted" was inspired from Bob Fosse's erotica dance sequence from the movie All That Jazz.

In the video, Abdul dances for music executives with a group of semi-nude dancers. The dance floor includes scaffolding where Abdul and her dancers hang and grind. The video was directed by David Fincher (of Fight Club fame), and spent more than three weeks on top of MTV's video rotation list.
It is notable for featuring both female/male and male/male dancer combinations.[citation needed] In the video, Abdul performs a rap interlude; this is included on some variations of the single.