*LIST* The Greatest Music Videos Of This Century
Billboard” has just come out with their staff choices for the 100 Greatest Music Videos of the Century so far, and we bet a lot of people may disagree with their choices.
Topping the list is Lady Gaga’s 2009 clip for “Bad Romance,” which the mag says expanded, “the possibilities of what a music video could achieve,” while, “challenging other stars to step their game up at the same time.”
Coming in second behind Gaga is Missy Elliott’s “Work It,” followed by D’Angelo’s "Untitled (How Does It Feel?).”
“Billboard’s” Top Ten Videos Of The Century
“Bad Romance” - Lady Gaga“Work It” – Missy Elliott“Untitled (How Does It Feel?)” – D’Angelo“Formation” - Beyoncé“Hey Ya” – Outkast“We Found Love” – Rihanna & Calvin Harris“Toxic” – Britney Spears“Single Ladies” – Beyoncé“Weapon of Choice” – Fatboy Slim“This Is America” – Childish Gambino
James Bay Drops “Just For Tonight” Video
James Bay just dropped the video for his latest single “Just For Tonight,” which features clips of Bay’s live shows over the past year.
“It’s been an amazing year so far playing live and seeing so many of you!" Bay shared alongside the video.
“Just For You” is the latest single from Bay’s most recent album “Electric Light,” which came out in May. He’s set to play Lollapalooza on August 3rd.
Jason Mraz Accused Of Cultural Appropriation
Jason Mraz has addressed his sexuality last month. Coming out officially as bi, his public journey began when he wrote a poem for Pride month that included the line, “I am bi your side.” And while it's awesome that he's finally able to live his life in truth, there are some folks that are less than thrilled.
After the poem, Jason told “Billboard” that his wife is who helped him come to terms with himself. “She calls it ‘two spirit,’" he explained. "[It's] what the Native Americans call someone who can love both man and woman. I really like that.”
So who's upset? In case you missed it, number of folks - who point out the term is something only to be used by Native Americans or First Nation people. On top of that, however, the term doesn't refer to bisexuality at all. First used nearly 30 years ago at the third Inter-tribal Native American, First Nations Gay and Lesbian American Conference, "Two Spirit" is a term for those who embrace both masculine and feminine spirits and "can encompass sexual, gender and/or spiritual identities."