Here is the just released music video for “Beauty And A Beat” by Justin Bieber. Before you go thinking that this is just another video from him you might want to consider the fact that he wrote, directed and shot the film himself. This kid is always adding a new twist to something. The video is set at a huge pool party with water slides, some synchronized swimming, screens with Dance 4 on (nice placement), ping pong, and Justin walking through it all until he meets up with Nicki. That’s where the most awkward moment of the video comes into play. When Justin starts singing “Body rock…” and he’s all up against her doing a body roll—had me cracking up (you have to see it for yourself). That aside, not my favorite video from him (love the song though!), but props for trying something new.
Justin Biebersurprised fans after his Jay Leno appearance on 06.27.12 by breaking into an impromptu acoustic performance of “Boyfriend” in the parking lot of NBC Studios from inside his van. That’s how cool he is. Swaggie.
Justin Bieber Believe
By: Nevra Azerkan
Believe from Justin Bieber has got to be the biggest surprise in music in some time. From the first song to the last, I was eagerly awaiting each track and I was pleasantly surprised with each one. It’s pop, it’s R&B, it’s dance music and everything in between. Continue Reading
After the teaser trailer that aired on The Voice US, the official complete music video for Justin Bieber‘s single, “Boyfriend” is finally here. I absolutely love the song, but the first thought of the video was this reminds me a lot of Justin Timberlake’s music video for “Like I Love You”. This seems to be a common thing with Director X who has done music videos for huge names like Usher, Nicki Minaj, Kanye, Jay-Z, Rihanna, David Guetta, Drake, you get the point. He has also directed multiple videos for The Wanted. Most recently for their new single, “Chasing The Sun” which has a very similar theme to the music video for “Tired of Being Sorry” by Enrique Iglesias. Similar video themes aside, the dancing was pretty cool. Would of been thrilled to see the Biebs do more of that. Also, might be nice to actually cast people who are relatively the same age as the artist otherwise it looks a bit awkward. Just sayin’.