Check out the latest music videos from Ke$ha, Sean Kingston, Hey Monday, Christina Aguilera, Sara Bareilles and Daughtry below:
“Take It Off” is the 4th single from Ke$ha’s debut album entitled “Animal.” The music video is directed by Paul Hunter and Dori Oskowitz and features Ke$ha and her friends on another planet dancing around in a mosh pit while slowing turning into star dust as they “Take It Off”. To download Ke$ha’s ringback tones, truetones, full track music from the album, just text KESHA to 3456.
Sean Kingston Featuring Nicki Minaj’s new song “Letting Go (Dutty Love)” lyrically speaks of about new love, letting go of worries and just having fun. The music video was shot on location in Jamaica! To download Sean Kingston’s ringback tones, truetones, full track music from the album, just text SONY to 3456.
Here’s Pop-rock group Hey Monday‘s video for the lead track ‘I Don’t Wanna Dance‘ from their upcoming release Beneath It All. For fans who want to get a first taste of their new songs “Wish You Were Here” and “Hangover” you can go to www.heymondaymusic.com. To download Hey Monday’s ringback tones, truetones, full track music from the album, just text SONY to 3456.
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Daughtry unveils the title of its second album Leave This Town. Released on July 14, the album once again produced by Howard Benson (All-American Rejects, My Chemical Romance) features a dozen plus songs, including the first single, “No Surprise.”
Chris Daughtry, bassist Josh Paul, drummer Joey Barnes, and guitarists Brian Craddock and Josh Steely recorded Leave This Town in Los Angeles. Much of the album explores the different paths we take in our search for transcendence. “A lot of it is about how leaps of faith can set us free or tie us down, and how we often find heartache when we run from something and redemption when we run toward something,” says Chris Daughtry.
Musically, the album shifts gears smoothly between arena-rock anthems (“No Surprise,” “Ghost of Me”), hushed ballads (“September”), emotional mid-tempos (“Life After You,” “Learned My Lesson”) and country-influenced (“Tennessee Line”).
Leave This Town is Daughtry’s follow-up to its 2006 GRAMMY-nominated debut, which sold 5 million copies worldwide. The eponymous album spawned a trio of #1 songs, was the largest-selling artist release for two years running, and earned multiple wins at the American Music Awards, the World Music Awards and the Billboard Music Awards.