Video: Daley – “Remember Me” ft. Jessie J


Just having released his new Alone Together EP, UK singer dude Daley is poised to kill it with his US debut. Today, Daley released his video for “Remember Me” in the US and it is fire. Jessie J joins in with spicy guest vocals and attitude to boot. Digging the use of blacks here, too.

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Video: ‘Cooking With Paloma Faith’


Now this is novel. The ever-entertaining and enormously charming Paloma Faith hosts her own mini cooking show in the above video. Taking us into her own kitchen and in the cutest little outfit, Paloma works her Spanish roots and schools folks on how to make a mean roast chicken.

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New Release: Kat Webb – ‘A Better Picture’ + MP3


Austin born and Brooklyn based soul singer Kat Webb today released her sophomore album, A Better Picture. She notes folk, blues, and new jack swing amongst the styles of her roots. The album serves as Kat’s debut as a songwriter and was co-produced by Christian Ver Halen and Jesse Fischer.

Below, listen to the groovy new track “Old School” and download for free! And don’t sleep on her first single and it’s dreamy video – catch “Waver” after the jump.

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Video: The Weeknd – “The Zone” ft. Drake


The Weeknd’s quivering voice is just unfair. Embodying haunting, spine-tingling, and all around shivers. A room full of balloons, shadowy corridors, and glowing lights make for a perfectly emotionally drenched atmosphere. Drake helps set the emo off right in this video for “The Zone.” Let those tears dribble down.

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Video: Anthony David Discusses “Can’t Look Down”


The dashing soul singer Anthony David is gearing up to release his new album Love Out Loud on November 13. With it, he’s brought a series of videos counting down to the release, discussing each track, and sharing a snippet of the given song as well. This song, “Can’t Look Down,” is one of the two songs Anthony did not write himself. He shares the story about the inspiration behind the song and the songwriter’s skill in extracting emotion that felt like it was his own. It also happens to be Anthony’s favorite song on the album.

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