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Nightfly's Music Video Week in Review 2/19/12 - Labrinth, Keith Urban, LMFAO and more!

Written by Nightfly on Monday, February 27 2012 and posted in Features

Nightfly lists his preferred picks among last week's newly released music videos.

Chasing The Matrix:
Nightfly's Music Video Week in Review  (week of 2/19/12)

As a curious matter of coincidence, two separate acts released videos last week for songs sharing the title, "When We Were Young" - both are included in this column. And for those keeping track, this is the second consecutive Week in Review featuring a video from Bleeding Knees Club. Last week provided a pretty interesting mix of videos to choose from so there's a decent chance you'll find something you might like in this entry.

My first out-of-competition video from last week is the full (rousing) performance of...
"Stronger" by Glee Cast  {released 2/21 via YouTube}

Another video for Lionel Richie's upcoming duets album, Tuskegee, hit the web last week. His new album drops March 26th.
"Say You, Say Me" by Lionel Richie with Rasmus Seebach  {released 2/23 via vimeo}

Read about the clip here.

Beyoncé fans should make sure to grab her newest "Love on Top" sticker from GetGlue by checking-in here.

It begins  (in alphabetical order, except for the winners)....
* Warning: videos below may contain mature content not suitable for all ages *

"All Aboard" by Romeo Santos  (feat. Lil Wayne)  {released 2/23 via VEVO}

* Watch the BTS clip for this video here.

"Banjo" by Rascal Flatts  {released 2/23 via CMT}

"Co-Sign" by Sisters With Voices  {released 2/21 via VEVO}

"Eat Dirt" by Susan Justice  {released 2/24 via VEVO}

"For You" by Keith Urban  (from the Act of Valor soundtrack)  {released 2/23 via VEVO}

"Gimme A Kiss" by Madi Diaz  {released 2/23 via VEVO}

"I Human" by Jazzanova (feat. Paul Randolph)  {released 2/22 via VEVO}

"Lighting Farts" by David Alan Grier  {released 2/21 via Funny or Die}  [TV-14]
Lighting Farts with David Alan Grier - watch more funny videos     

"Love Is Requited" by Elisa Donovan  {released 2/25 via VEVO}

Dream Out Loud

Fave *New* Music Video(s) of the Week: [tie]
"Last Time" by Labrinth  {released 2/24 via VEVO}

"Simple Song" by The Shins  {released 2/23 via VEVO}

Runner Up:
"Cheerleader" by St. Vincent  {released 2/22 via VEVO}


"Nothing To Do" by Bleeding Knees Club  {released 2/22 via VEVO}

"Remember Everything" by Five Finger Death Punch  {released 2/21 via VEVO} [TV-14]

"Roc" by The-Dream  {released 2/23 via VEVO} [TV-14]

"Round of Applause" by Waka Flocka Flame (feat. Drake)  {released 2/25 via MTV}
* Read about it here.

"Shot Caller" (Remix) by French Montana (ft. Rick Ross, Diddy and Charlie Rock)  {released 2/21 via VEVO}

* Watch the original version of the video here.

"Somethin' Bout a Sunday" by Ira Dean  {released 2/24 via CMT}

"Sorry For Party Rocking" by LMFAO  {released 2/22 via VEVO}  [TV-14]

"When the River" by Sondre Lerche {released 2/23 via VEVO}

"When We Were Young" (Live) by Sucré  {released 2/22 via MTV}
* Read about it here.

"When We Were Young" by The Summer Set  {released 2/24 via VEVO}  [Explicit; TV-14]

Make-up Section:
"La Grande" by Laura Gibson  {released 2/17 via VEVO}

"Love Is Making Its Way Back Home" by Josh Ritter  {released 2/18 via Vimeo}

Bonus Videos:

Excerpted from tonight's In Performance at the White House, here The White House Blues All-Stars - Buddy Guy, Jeff Beck, Gary Clark Jr. and Mick Jagger, under the direction of Booker T. Jones, perform Eddie Boyd's classic, "Five Long Years." Introduced by Taraji P. Henson.

Speaking of the current administration's relationship to music and music creators, the mystery of why Gibson has been targeted and when their situation (re: The Lacey Act) will be resolved is still unknown. Thursday (2/23) released this informative webisode about the woefully perplexing situation. It's not a music video but I still thought it was worth sharing.
The Great Gibson Guitar Raid: Months Later, Still No Charges Filed  [Runtime 6:04]

* Follow Gibson on twitter. I'm proud to be mutually followed by them.

On a lighter note, some famous kids you might've heard of got together and lip synched to one of their favorite jamz. In just over a week their little home video of it has garnered nearly twelve million hits. I think one can safely say this track has gotten a 'Bieber Bump.'
"Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen  (Unofficial video made by Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Ashley Tisdale and friends)  {released 2/18 via YouTube}

* Read about it via MTV here, then read more about it and watch Carly Rae Jepsen's official video for this track here.

I sincerely appreciate you checkin' out what I've rounded up from the past week and if you like any of my three columns this week please don't hesitate to tell friends. Have a Great Week & Keep Your Groove On!

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A proud member of NBCUniversal's and A+E Television Networks’ Digital Media Teams, Nightfly routinely interviews producers, creators and stars of various network programs and films with a concentrated emphasis on the Syfy channel. Formally educated in Communications, Computer Science and Music, his résumé reflects more than a decade broadcasting in the fields of television and radio. With pieces routinely published at ScreenFad and Press Pass L.A., his primary areas of interest include TV, film, music, web series, comic books, fashion, pen 'n paper RPG gaming as well as various other pop-culture topics. An avid Twitter user, Nightfly supports the arts, the entertainment community, numerous charities and crowdfunding projects through his journalistic netizenship and non-partisan, multicultural-centric activism.

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