Mark Ronson & The Business Intl Featuring Boy George and Andrew Wyatt: “Somebody To Love Me” Video

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This is the newest video from Mark Ronson & The Business Intl for the song “Somebody To Love Me” off of Mark Ronson’s latest album, Record Collection, and features vocals by Boy George and Miike Snow’s Andrew Wyatt.  Smooth tribal beats create the core of the track while the duet between Boy George’s motown tinged chorus and Andrew Wyatt’s pristine falsetto works beautifully.  Plus we’re really digging the recreated ’80′s “footage” of Boy George in Culture Club- it’s bittersweet nostalgia at its best.

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Check out the live performance of “Somebody To Love Me” after the jump.

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New Video/Single from SonnyBoy: “Time (Clock of the Heart)”

While living in Minneapolis, “soul, R&B, hip-hop, rock, reggae, and funk” artist, SonnyBoy (and his band) earned powerful praise from Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the best unsigned bands in the city. With that small boost of confidence he moved out to the big apple, where he’s released four albums on his self-owned label, ArtSoul Entertainment. As the new single off his upcoming album, The BarFly Theory, this remake of the hit Culture Club song, “Time (Clock of the Heart),” features a sound hard to define in one genre, but is without a doubt soulful (and lacking the 80s-style synthesizer).