Chris Brown is staying true to his character in prolonging the difficulty of his Paris rape allegations. His newest public gesture has been to add an untitled video/track medley as a personality. The clip which options scenes shot in France's capital encompasses a forlorn Chris Brown interesting to a faceless crowd of non-believers.
"My mother and grandma all the time stated: 'The Lord can provide you a present and he can take it away.' I really feel like I haven't got to clarify any bullshit or any lie that someone has been perpetrating or portraying me as," Brown says throughout an supposed second reprieve in the course of the video. "I got here on the market to do a job and that is what I did."
In the times and weeks following his arrest in Paris, Chris Brown has been on a little bit of a reclamation venture of kinds on social media. With each put up he makes on the topic, the R&B singer is hopeful of retaking the narrative trigger from the individuals who nonetheless view him as an abuser. Days prior, Breezy posted an image of him giving his daughter a piggy-back, and earlier than that, he launched a thinly-veiled track on the topic. Whilst he marches ahead along with his defamation swimsuit towards the accuser, French authorities stay entrenched on the case to no avail. He is nonetheless harmless till confirmed responsible, and her the identical.
Chance The Rapper Disappoints The Backstreet Boys In 2nd Super Bowl Ad Clip
Doritos shares a second teaser for his or her Super Bowl industrial with Chance The Rapper and The Backstreet Boys.
Hip-hop is the largest style on the planet proper now so it comes as no shock that a number of the greatest corporations wish to garner extra consideration by getting rappers of their advert campaigns. With the Super Bowl simply across the nook, an increasing number of firms have been sharing teasers for his or her Super Bowl advert. Last week, Doritos shared a clip of their commercial of the Super Bowl that includes Chance The Rapper and the Backstreet Boys. Now, they’ve come by with a second clip to construct the anticipation.
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The Backstreet Boys proceed to son Chance The Rapper of their Doritos Super Bowl advert. In an try and turn into the sixth member of the group, the Chicago rapper is seen making an attempt to execute a number of the group’s choreography to their hit single, “I Want It That Way,” however his expertise aren’t as much as par.
“Terrible, dude,” AJ McLean says. Chance replies, “I believe it is the pants.”
“No excuses,” Brian Littrell tells Chance earlier than beginning the bit from the highest.
Last week’s clip confirmed the group posing collectively earlier than Chance awkwardly sneaks into the group’s photo-op because the sixth member.
Aside from Chance The Rapper, different rappers who’re anticipated to seem in Super Bowl commercials are 2 Chainz and Cardi B. Chainz’ industrial with Adam Scott for Expensify appeared earlier in the present day whereas Cardi B is about to seem in Pepsi’s industrial.
Let Happy Feet’s Dancing Bring Joy To Your Day!
They say when music hits you, you feel no pain — as long as you obey the vibe and dance!
Jamaican Choreographer “” did just that recently, and you should join in.
Currently on a European Tour, she made a stop in Italy.
While sightseeing in Roma, music started playing, and she pulled out some improvised moves.
Whatever you’re feeling this morning, we hope this video keeps a smile on your face, and have you trying a few dance moves.
Check out the below.
Here’s a bonus video.
FKA Twigs Stars In Trippy New Commercial For Apple's HomePod
FKA Twigs broke out from independent music circles to captivate a larger, more mainstream audience with her warped and utterly contemporary take on pop and R&B. This elevated platform has given the British songstress a more easily-recognizable presence, which has in Twigs being tapped by major companies to hawk their products international advertisement campaigns.
The "Two Weeks" singer has lent her face and dancing acumen to Google for their Google Glass product, as well as legendary sportswear brand Nike.
In this Spike Jonze-directed clip, Twigs tones down her afruturist aesthetic in favour more modest threads, simply wearing a white long-sleeved tee and a pair hip-hugging jeans. The premise the clip is quite simple, Twigs is depicted as a working woman whose life appears to be pretty monotonous and banal. Upon returning home from work, she instructs Siri to play a song that she likes, which prompts the HomePod to begin blasting a new Anderson .Paak track called "'Til It's Over."
As Twigs begins to inhabit the song's groove and dance around her apartment, her living space begins to shape shift and expand into a surreal dance floor. The singer/dancer even becomes a duplicate for a brief segment, transforming her life's mundanity into something more exciting and dreamlike.
Peep the clip below:
You’ll Definitely Believe In The Mike Jones Effect After Seeing This Dance Video
Remember “Back Then” when Mike Jones use to try to tell us that some folks only love you when you’re poppin’?
This dance video is literally the lit, visual personification that theory. Plus @jusbmore and @mizz.ko killed the choreography.
Speaking back then, hit the flip for some ultra nostalgic vibes.
Incredible Dancers Put A New Spin On Alicia Keys Songs
Today Alicia Keys turns 37 and the singer continues to give us tunes to inspire our daily life. From power ballads like “If I Ain’t Got You” to bangers like “In Common,” Alicia has definitely dropped music to set the mood and spark imagination.
Tons dancers have certainly been inspired and to celebrate Ms. Keys’ birthday, we give you some their best clips. Swipe through to watch how folks are bringing new life to some familiar tunes!