Fifth Harmony are out with the music video to their single ‘Worth It’, the third release off the American girl group’s debut album ‘Reflection’, out now on Epic / Syco. The Cameron Duddy directed video features group members Camila Cabello, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke and Dinah Jane Hansen in business attire dancing in front of a stock market ticker with slogans such as “women in power”, “feminism is sexy” and “glass ceiling” mixed with stock quotes. Watch it via YouTube below.
Atlantic Records’ Christina Perri has announced plans for a major summer tour. ‘The Girls Night Out, Boys Can Come Too Tour’ sees the singer songwriter co-headlining alongside Colbie Caillat, with dates getting underway July 10th at Uncasville, CT’s Mohegan Sun Arena and then traveling through late August. See the tour dates below. Support throughout comes from Rachel Platten. For complete details and ticket information, visit christinaperri.com.
Perri will follow ‘The Girls Night Out, Boys Can Come Too Tour’ by joining up with Atlantic labelmate Ed Sheeran’s upcoming North American headline tour. The dates – promoted by AEG Live & The Messina Group (TMG) – kick off September 3rd at Houston, Texas’ BBVA Compass Stadium and then continue through September 23rd.
Christina Perri has spent much of the past year on the road celebrating the release of her acclaimed second album ‘Head or Heart’. In addition to high profile TV appearances, festival performances, and treks with OneRepublic and Demi Lovato, Perri recently returned from her biggest worldwide headline tour to date, with sold out shows in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America.
The Girls Night Out, Boys Can Come Too Tour Dates:
July 10 – Uncasville, CT at Mohegan Sun Arena
July 11 – Philadelphia, PA at Mann Center for Performing Arts*
July 12 – Pittsburgh, PA at Stage AE
July 14 – New York, NY at JBL Live at Pier 97
July 16 – Patchogue, NY at Shorefront Park
July 18 – Windsor, ON at The Colosseum @Caesars
July 19 – Grand Rapids, MI at Meijer Gardens Amphitheatre
July 21 – Salina, KS at Steifel Theatre for Performing Arts
July 22 – Sioux City, IA at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
July 24 – New Buffalo, MI at Four Winds Casino Resort
July 25 – Wabash, IN at Honeywell Center
July 26 – Sylvania, OH at Centennial Terrace
July 29 – Lewiston, NY at Artpark Amphitheatre
August 1 – Binghamton, NY at Spiedlefest & Balloon Rally Fest
August 5 – Cary, NC at Koka Booth Amphitheatre
August 14 – New Orleans, LA at Bold Sphere Music at Champion Square
August 15 – San Antonio, TX at Majestic Theatre
August 16 – Austin, TX at ACL Live at the Moody Theatre
August 18 – Phoenix, AZ at Comerica Theatre
August 20 – Los Angeles, CA at The Greek Theatre
August 23 – Rohnert Park, CA at Sonoma State University
August 25 – Saratoga, CA at The Mountain Winery
August 26 – Livermore, CA at Wente Vineyards
August 28 – Sandy, UT at Sandy City Amphitheatre
August 30 – Vancouver, BC at Fair at PNE*
*Rachel Platten will not be support on these dates
Meg Myers is out with the music video to her new single ‘Sorry’, which will be featured on the American singer songwriter’s upcoming full length debut album, due out this summer on Atlantic Records. Watch the Andrew Donoho directed video via YouTube below.
In celebration of Marvin Gaye’s birthday, Francesco Yates paid tribute to the legendary artist with a cover of his classic ‘What’s Going On’. “There’s a distinct texture to Marvin Gaye’s voice that goes unmatched, a timeless quality in his artistry that I strive for with my own music,” the Canadian singer songwriter explained. “Every song from his catalogue is comforting and poetic. I hope my music can have a similar quality that evokes all types of emotions in the same way Marvin’s music does. From ‘Let’s Get It On’ to ‘What’s Going On’ his music has the capacity to make you think and feel.” Watch it via YouTube below.
Nick Jonas is out with a second music video for his single ‘Chains’, dubbed The Wynwood Walls Edition, which was filmed at Miami’s Wynwood Walls graffiti installation. The track is featured on the Jonas Brothers member’s self-titled second album, out now on Island Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Jennifer Lopez is out with the music video to her new single ‘Feel The Light’, off the soundtrack to the animated film ‘Home’. Watch the space-themed music video via YouTube below.
Jason Derulo is out with the music video to his new single ‘Want To Want Me’, off the American singer’s fourth studio album ‘Everything Is 4’, out now on Beluga Heights / Atlantic. The Colin Tilley directed video features model Tianna Gregory as Derulo’s love interest. Watch it via YouTube below.
Former Pussycat Dolls singer Jessica Sutta is featured on the Dave Aude track ‘Gonna Get U’. Sutta also has her own buzz track out called ‘Bottle Bitch’ ahead of the release of her first official single ‘Let It be Love’, featuring Rico Love, off her upcoming debut album ‘Feline Resurrection’. Watch the Matty Sims directed video via YouTube below.
Ariana Grande is out with behind the scenes footage from her ‘One Last Time’ music video, featuring Ariana’s ‘Victorious’ co-star Matt Bennett as a love interest. The clip features commentary from Ariana, Bennett and the video’s director, Max Landis. ‘One Last Time’ is featured on Ariana’s second studio album ‘My Everything’ (Republic). Watch the footage via YouTube below.
Lady Gaga offered a #VevoCertified commentary on her ‘Bad Romance’ music video, as it was one of her videos that has received more than 100 million views. Lady Gaga wrote the treatment with Francis Lawrence, explaining, “It was all kind of about the type of story I wanted to tell, and me bringing these visual references to Francis, and he really brings it all to light and he’s like off doing ‘The Hunger Games’ now, so what does he need with me? (Laughs)”
After describing the individual scenes in the video, Gaga concluded, “We had so much fun making that video. It was so easy. Francis is so easy to work with. He’s such a pro. He knows exactly what he’s doing, the lighting, and Thomas, who was the DP on this, he also was the DP on ‘G.U.Y.’, so I got to work with him again.” She added, “When we were preparing to shoot the ‘Bad Romance’ video, we wanted the story to kind of shine on this very simple white background. A bath house where we told a story about a woman that was imprisoned and stronger than all of the limitations around her.”
Watch the commentary via YouTube below.