“Secret Love Song” is a music video and a single recorded by British girl group Little Mix for their third studio album, Get Weird.
“Secret Love Song” is a slow ballad comprising pounding bass and melancholic strings. The song was announced as the third single from Get Weird in Ireland and the UK.
“Formation” is a music video and song recorded by American singer, songwriter, record producer, actress and recording artist Beyoncé. Its music video was released on February 6, 2016, along with the single release, through Parkwood Entertainment.
The accompanying music video for “Formation” premiered on February 6, 2016 and was directed by Melina Matsoukas. Filming took place in Los Angeles at the Fenyes Mansion. The music video for “Formation” was shot in Los Angeles, California but features references to Hurricane Katrina, antebellum and Louisiana Creole culture, police brutality, and racism.
The Banger of a Track was produced by Mike WiLL Made-It. It was made available for free download via the subscription-based music streaming service Tidal, and the music video was uploaded on Beyoncé’s official website, through an unlisted YouTube video of her personal account.
Marketing for the song happened post-release and was heavily driven by social media and word-of-mouth. “Formation” was released on the eve of Beyoncé’s halftime show performance on Super Bowl 50, where she performed the song for the first time.
“Young & Stupid” is first promotional music video and lead single from American rapper and singer-songwriter and Recording artist Travis Mills‘ upcoming sophomore studio album.
The lead single features American rapper and recording artist T.I.
“Young & Stupid” is first promotional and lead single from American rapper and singer-songwriter and Recording artist Travis Mills‘ upcoming sophomore studio album.
The song entered the Irish Singles Chart in October 2013 and reached number two, where it stayed for four weeks. In May 2014, Hozier performed the song on the Late Show with David Letterman. It was sent to US modern rock radio on June 24th 2014 by Columbia Records. It eventually became his first top 10 single on the Billboard Hot 100 in November 2014.
The music video for “Take Me to Church” was directed by Brendan Canty and was released on September 25th 2013. The video, shot in grayscale, follows the relationship between two men in a same-sex relationship and the violently homophobic backlash that ensues when the community learns of one of the men’s sexuality. Hozier himself does not appear in this video.