DFD Unveils the MV for “Cell Phone” ft Breezy Lovejoy & Wax

From his self-titled album, DFD is pushing his latest single “Cell Phone”. Although the album has several collabs with Breezy & Wax, this is the only one to feature both. Dumb continues to keep things interesting on the visual front, with a fun narrative to match the song’s next-morning blues. There are several cameos too, including Traphik, among others – as well as Arika & Leah as the leading ladies.

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Just ‘Cause: Mike Song Dancing to “First of the Year” by Skrillex

Here’s a pretty dope dance clip for your Friday night. Mike Song (affiliated with pretty much every crew), posted up the following video, set to the music of Skrillex’s “First of the Year”. Smooth moves, great editing, and a popular song makes for an enjoyable watch. We’re gonna go ahead and admit it, we’re big Mike Song fans now.

Why? Just ‘Cause.

The Yellow Boyz Debut MV for “Billy Kang”

“Billy Kings” serves as the latest single from YBZ‘s Yellow Brick Road mixtape after “Oink Oink” and “Snapback Season“. The song utilizes simple but infectious production (by TwoBandGeeks), with a similar video to suit (by Bright Elephant Films). Sometimes less is more, and I think this is a pretty good example of one of those times. Only problem is, now I can’t get that darn looped female vocal out of my head…

The Far East Movement Releases the MV for the Non-Remixed Version of “Live My Life”

Although we already saw the music video for Redfoo’s Party Rock Remix of “Live My Life” by the Far East Movement & Justin Bieber, their label has decided to recut the visuals for the original track as well. The video is nearly identical, only with an audio swap to reflect the different version and the omission of Redfoo’s contributions. So there you have it, now you can enjoy a music video for the song, regardless of which mix you prefer.

Catch Up on Jessica Sanchez’s Week on American Idol – Top 8

With last week’s unfortunately (though not completely unjustified) departure of Heejun Han from American Idol, Jessica Sanchez remains as our only hopeful in this year’s national singing competition. For the Top 8 round, she once again tackled a Whitney tune, only this time it was the much more upbeat “How Will I Know”. How did she fare? Well let’s just say it was enough to last her another week, as she sailed in to the Top 7 safely, with ease.