Miley Cyrus has a new music video out for “Wrecking Ball” that you can watch below. In only six days, it has become the fastest music video ever to reach 100 million views on Vevo. She broke her own record that she set for “We Can’t Stop,” which reached that milestone in just 37 days after it premiered.
Needless to say, her much criticized performance at the VMAs hasn’t exactly hurt her popularity when it comes to her videos. As you can see from the photos above and the video below, Miley can look incredibly sexy when she isn’t trying too hard to shock everyone with her twerking and tongue wagging.
Check out the video, as you might be the only person who hasn’t seen it so far!
We’re huge fans of the videos produced by Kaloopy, and with Gigi in this week’s video and photos they have outdone themselves. Kaloopy videos involve beautiful women dancing to great music in a way that everyone can enjoy. Gigi is a sexy, curvy model decked out in lingerie and thigh high stockings, and her dance routine involves some serious floor moves as well.
Enjoy the photos and the video, and you can see much more pics in high res format, along with tons more video, over at Kaloopy.com.
If you talk to die-hard Bruce Springsteen fans, many of them will list “Incident on 57th Street” as one of their favorite Springsteen songs. The song leads off the second side of Bruce’s second album, “The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle” released in 1973, with “Rosalita” and “New York City Serenade.” The jazzy sound of these songs was dominated by the incredible piano playing of David Sancious who preceded Roy Bittan in the E Street Band.
The live version in the video above was released as a B-side in the mid-Eighties when Springsteen released his first live album, but I can’t find it anywhere on iTunes or in a legal digital format. It’s by far the best live version I’ve heard of this song and it features an excellent and mellow guitar solo by Bruce at the end that’s much better than the solo on the original recording.
This fan video was created by a Springsteen fan on YouTube who has posted a number of excellent Springsteen videos. He mashes up concert footage and other Springsteen footage to create visually interesting interpretations of the songs, and he translates the lyrics into Spanish subtitles.