As Eastern Canada hides inside from another snow storm, let us keep our spirits up and heartbeats racing with these remixes from some of pop’s finest. Kelis is back on the promo trail with her album FOOD on the way. Check out how “Jack” creator, Breach, has whipped up a tasty dance anthem for the break up scorner “Rumble.”
As we continue to find inspiration for our appearance through the latest trends from New York Fashion Week, the hippest street style and runway collections, let us not forget who the designers themselves tend to take inspiration from; the rockstar. The majority of major fashion houses have used the musically-gifted for runway shows and ad campaigns.
Let us begin by agreeing not to mention the obvious… the sister. Instead, let us celebrate the drastic evolution of an artist who had the tools at her disposal to adventure through the world of record label demands and ended it all with a signing to Grizzly Bear’s new label; Terrible Records.
[media url=”” width=”690″ height=”380″] First up, The Weeknd’s “Rolling Stone.” The Weeknd has already proven to be a master of image and marketing, he tells you only what he deems worthy of sharing with you. Here, he provides his face and all that it can reveal while emoting a song like “Rolling Stone.”
Sky Ferreira is a difficult woman to explain to those who don’t know her… yet. She is practically a veteran of some fashion cliques, indie circles, hipsters, etc. A model, a singer, an actress in a new film by Grant Singer titled “IRL,” and the list goes on. While many 20 year old vocalists would jump for the chance to work with an A-list producer or co-writer, Ferreira has already worked with some of the best.
Check out Sky Ferreira’s latest promo for “Everything is Embarrassing,” a sexy clip of the gorgeous singer/model posing and singing around the city in her grunge-meets-madonna style. The song was written by Ariel Rechtshaid and Blood Orange‘s Dev Hynes, so naturally it’s dreamy and dark. Expect more of the same from her upcoming Ghost EP, out October 16th.