“17” is a promotional music video and single from musician and artist Zhavia‘s first EP, 17.
Zhavia takes us on a journey through her childhood city of Norwalk, California through a mix of live action and animation. And yes, getting a real tattoo while on camera in her driveway, in Andrew Sandler‘s video for 17. [Source: PromoNews.tv]
She rose to fame after competing in singing reality television show The Four: Battle for Stardom, which premiered on Fox on January 4th, 2018.
’17’ Lyric Music Video from Zhavia
“Doctor Pepper” is the lead promotional music video and single produced by Diplo.
CL is known best as a member of the internationally successful Korean girl group 2ne1, this is CL’s first single released for a specifically American audience. CL later stated she wrote the lyrics after Diplo cancelled their recording session, making her write the song in a rush while drinking a can of Dr. Pepper.
CL is prepping her upcoming English full-length, but the K-pop superstar is serving fans “Doctor Pepper” as an appetizer ahead of her official debut single.
Produced by Diplo, “Doctor Pepper” is a trap song. It was officially released on May 26, 2015 by Mad Decent. It is yet to be determined who’s album or compilation this track is going to make the cut, a possible CL English album release or a Diplo compilation is suspected.
Diplo and CL previously collaborated on Skrillex’s “Dirty Vibe”, also featuring K-pop superstar G-Dragon.
An accompanying music video was shot in Las Vegas.
“Talk It” is the lead single from female American singer-songwriter Alus‘ upcoming first EP, Alustrious II.
The 22-year-old rising superstar ALUS has been building anticipation on the release of her first EP Alustrious II. Premiered today on The Source, she graces us with the first single off of Alustrious II by dropping this Jersey-club banger, “Talk It” produced by The Water Boyz.
In the song, you hear the more controversial side of ALUS, as the hook proclaims “show me what that mouf do”; forcing any man that approaches her to not just talk about it, but be about it. Alus has brought along fellow New Jersey native and Diplo cosign, Dougie F for a feature. The official track is said to be a radio smash, and we’re completely here for it! A music video was recently shot for the song, which will makes its debut soon. [Source: TheUrbanDaily]
“Where Are Ü Now” is the second single from Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack Ü, the debut studio album by dance duo Jack Ü, known individually as Skrillex and Diplo on their respective labels OWSLA and Mad Decent.
The song, which features vocals from Canadian singer Justin Bieber, was released simultaneously with the album on February 27th 2015, becoming a sleeper hit on international charts.
The music video premiered on Justin Bieber’s official YouTube VEVO channel on June 29th 2015.
“Bitch I’m Madonna” is the third single from American singer Madonna from her thirteenth studio album, Rebel Heart (2015).
Featuring guest vocals from Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj.
The song was written by Madonna, Diplo, MoZella, Toby Gad and Ariel Rechtshaid while being produced by the singer along with Diplo and Sophie. It was released as the third single from the album by Interscope Records on June 15, 2015.
Its music video followed two days later, with Minaj and Diplo appearing along with Madonna. The video also contains cameos from Alexander Wang, Rita Ora, Chris Rock, Miley Cyrus, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Kanye West.
Filming took place on the top floors of the Standard Hotel in New York City, and was directed by Jonas Åkerlund who explained how he landed the project:
‘Madonna called me about ‘Ghosttown’. We hadn’t worked for a while because of different circumstances so when I heard all the songs [on Rebel Heart], I was very excited about ‘Ghosttown’. I connected to it creatively. And, yeah, we enjoyed working together. I was supposed to start something else right after and that got pushed and she asked me to do ‘Bitch I’m Madonna’. I saw it being so completely different from ‘Ghosttown’, something a little bit less serious, just fun and crazy.
The lead Banger of a Track single is to be featured on his studio album, NEON Icon. But for those who have been watching him over the past few years know – he’s not a new comer to the game, and his new album has been long awaited by many fans around the world!
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“Beat of My Drum” is the first music video and single from British recording artist Nicola Roberts‘ upcoming debut studio album, Cinderella’s Eyes.
The music video was released in early June 2011, as the album’s lead single.
The up-tempo pop song was written by Roberts, Maya von Doll, Wesley “Diplo” Pentz, and Dimitri Tikovoi, and produced by Diplo and Tikovoi.
“Beat of My Drum” is the first single from British recording artist Nicola Roberts‘ upcoming debut studio album, Cinderella’s Eyes.
The song was released in the United Kingdom and Ireland on June 5th, 2011, as the album’s lead single. The up-tempo pop song was written by Roberts, Maya von Doll, Wesley “Diplo” Pentz, and Dimitri Tikovoi, and produced by Diplo and Tikovoi.
Following twenty-top ten singles, Girls Aloud announced a hiatus in 2009. In late 2010 reports surfaced that Roberts had begun working on solo material due for a 2011 release. In August, Roberts said, “I’ve been in the studio non-stop doing all of my own song writing.”
The News of the World reported in December 2010 that Roberts had signed with Universal.
“Run The World (Girls)” is the lead first single from American R&B singer Beyonce‘s upcoming fourth studio album.
The track premiered in mid April 2011, a finalized single version was released in mid-late April.
Many of the fans who did not like the demo version should check out the new final version because it just now might appeal more to you with different music and lyrics this version should be appreciated more than the demo first version.
“Look At Me Now” is the second official urban single from American singer-songwriter and artist Chris Brown‘s upcoming fourth studio album, F.A.M.E. (abbreviation of Forgiving All My Enemies).
“Look at Me Now” was produced by Philadelphia producer, Diplo. According to Dutch producer Afrojack, the song is the product of a beat he passed along to Diplo.
The track was released onto iTunes in early February 2011.