Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Pitbull - Bon, Bon - Best Youtube Music Videos

The American famous rapper Pitbull released the song "Bon, Bon" for his fifth studio song album, called Armando. “Bon Bon” was marked as the album's number #3 official song on October 25, 2010. The song “Bon Bon” climbed up to #61 on the US Billboard Hot Song 100 and number #3 on the US Billboard Top Latin Songs. The song customs parts of the tune from dance song "We No Speak Americano" by Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP, which in order samples the 1956 Italian famous song "Tu vuò fà l'americano" by Renato Carosone.

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Sunday, March 4, 2012

Eminem - Not Afraid - Best Youtube Music Videos

American famous rapper Eminem released "Not Afraid" song for his seventh studio song album, called 2010 - Recovery (2010). "Not Afraid" was released on April 29, 2010 as the lead single for the album. "Not Afraid" was first introduced as a single by Eminem via his Twitter, after which it is released on major radio stations. A freestyle song rap, "Despicable", was released on the Internet  to promote the song.

"Not Afraid" was produced by Boi-1da, Matthew Burnett, Eminem and Jordan Evans. The song carries a positive message and describes Eminem's change in direction from drugs and violence. “Not Afraid” is a hip hop song features a choir that supports Eminem in a greatly layered chorus and vocals are sung over a guitar, synthesizer and piano; no Auto-Tune was used on the sung vocals, but many reverberation tools were.

"Not Afraid" successfully became the 16th song in Billboard history to peak on the Billboard Hot 100 at number one in United States; the song also became as a chart-topper in Canada. As of August 2011, "Not Afraid" has sold more than four million digital copies. The song has helped Eminem won the MTV Video Music Awards, Grammy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards Japan, Billboard Music Awards and Detroit Music Awards.

"Not Afraid" music video is directed by Rich Lee in May 2010. The music video was shot at New York City and Newark, New Jersey. In the music video, Eminem shows newfound confidence and courage, albeit facing struggles and eventually jumping off a ledge.

The music video begins with a scene in which Eminem alone standing on the rooftop of the Manhattan Municipal Building in New York. The music video changes between scenes where he sings and raps on the rooftop and another scene where Eminem is seem lost inside a dark basement. Eminem walks slowly and closer towards the edge of the building until he leaves to go downstairs as the chorus starts. He begins moving down Market Street in Newark and jaywalks across the street, escaping vehicles that pass by. Eminem shows partial reflections of himself on the window of a car; he is moving on, only to be surrounded by many mirrors.

Confused, Eminem tries to run away, and almost at the end of the second chorus, he finally breaks through a mirror to realize himself in the middle of the busy street. Eminem tries to break out of the basement.
At other scene, Eminem then jumps off the edge of the building and has a steep dive, but he flies straight up again; his fast flight down Market Street causes sonic booms on vehicles nearby. Eventually, Eminem flies up, back to the rooftop of the Manhattan Municipal Building, in New York City, where the music  video started.

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Saturday, March 3, 2012

The Wanted - Glad You Came - Best Youtube Music Videos

British and Irish famous boy band The Wanted released a new song "Glad You Came" for their 2nd studio song album, Battleground as the album's second lead single on 10 July 2011. The Wanted - "Glad You Came" is a dance-pop song and it was written by Wayne Hector , Steve Mac and Ed Drewett, the song  was later produced by Steve Mac himself. The song peaked at number#1 in the music chart in United Kingdom and Ireland. “Glad You Come” was released as the first single in January 2012 in US and the song has so far debuted at number #5 on the Billboard Hot 100, and this song reached to the top ten in the chart up to date.

The Wanted - "Glad You Came" music video was produced by Director X and was produced in Ibiza, Spain. The band was appeared on the white beach, in a happening club and later at a party each with an individual girl. The music video was released to YouTube on 10 June 2011. The music video has over 22 million of views on YouTube and the music video becoming the band’s most watched music video on Youtube Music channel. The Wanted - "Glad You Came" music video also starred a cameo from footballer John-Joe O'Toole.

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David Guetta - Where Them Girls At ft Nicki Minaj Flo Rida - Best Youtube Music Videos

The French famous DJ David Guetta released "Where Them Girls At" as a lead single for Guetta's upcoming fifth studio album Nothing But the Beat. The song is recorded and produced by David Guetta, featuring vocals from American famous rapper Flo Rida and Trinidadian-born American rapper Nicki Minaj.

"Where Them Girls At"  was released for internet download from May 2, 2011 by Virgin Records the EMI France, and the song was written by many famous singers like Flo Rida , Michael Caren, David Guetta, Jared Cotter,Nicki Minaj, Juan and Oscar Silinas, Giorgio Tuinfort and Sandy Vee.

The "Where Them Girls At" was produced in 2010 and featured just Flo Rida, but after discussing with Minaj about a collaboration, Guetta played Minaj the record and she wanted to record vocals for the song.

Later, some hackers successfully got a cappella version of the song and modified with their own version of production before leaking the song to public. Guetta and his label later mastered a proper version of the song, released the song earlier than they planned and hired an employee of The Pentagon to investigate the case.

The "Where Them Girls At” music video was officially released to Facebook via a fan page - "David Guetta Turkiye" on June 27, 2011. The music video was released to YouTube and Vevo channels on the following day. All three artists, David Guetta, Nicki Minaj , Flo Rida, show in the music video. But, the vocalists only show in each of their own verses.

The "Where Them Girls At” music video shows big bubbles which have the song's beats, traveling across the streets of Los Angeles. When the bubbles burst, the people begin dancing uncontrollably. Flo Rida is appeared rapping his verse beside a poolside and Minaj is appeared inside an art gallery with male good looking models. On the other hand, Guetta is appeared at a rooftop, table turning, and creating some bubbles. Minaj breathe in one of a bubble and begins singing to the beat of the single, while breathing out bubbles. The bubbles which Guetta makes, attract many women and man to his party.

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Friday, March 2, 2012

Selena Gomez & The Scene - Hit The Lights - Best Youtube Music Videos

The famous American group Selena Gomez & the Scene released "Hit the Lights" song as the third and final single for the 3rd song album 2011 - When the Sun Goes Down. "Hit the Lights" was written by Daniel James , Leah Haywood, and Tony Nilsson, while the making of the single was ran by Daniel Pringle and Haywood under their production name Dreamlab. Musically, "Hit the Lights" is an up-tempo dance song and explains about living in the moment and always taking risks.

"Hit the Lights" receives many positive receptions from music critics. "Hit the Lights" debuted on the Canadian Hot 100 at number #93. The "Hit the Lights" music video was released on November 16, 2011. The music video features Gomez and some friends enjoying around in the green fields and followed by partying at night. The scene shows them are running around in the town.

The "Hit the Lights" music video is 3 minutes and 24 seconds long and starts with Selena Gomez signing in front of a green field. Later, Selena Gomez’s band members and some few other people are shown joining Selena Gomez in a wheat field, trying to keep a few of oversized balloons from touching the ground. Then, the group are traveling around a corn field and start jumping, singing and dancing, with Selena Gomez sings the song's chorus. Soon, the group temporarily shows in a pumpkin patch outside of the cornfield, throwing and smashing some pumpkins. Then, as the sun starts to set, the gang sits on the back of a pickup truck, enjoy their watermelon. The truck starts to produce a big amount of smoke.

As the second part of chorus starts, the music video is shown to be night, and the band are on a street in a neighborhood, where the group are dancing while holding torches. They continues to a house party. Soon, the band is shown in a dark forest, where the trees are decorated with several disco balls. Selena Gomez then is shown surrounded by many pink balloons, she is wearing pink and yellow sunglasses, and appears in an empty and dark football field. Several of people are shown jumping into a swimming pool before going back to the dark street where they start running with firecrackers go off around them. Finally, the band starts dancing and running through a brightly-lit city, almost same like Times Square when the song comes to end.

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