Taylor Swift lets her cropped bob hair down in her latest ad for Apple Music, dancing to "I Believe in a Thing Called Love" by The Darkness. It's the third time Swift has fronted an ad for Apple Music.
When the critical eye of Mao Zedong's wife fell upon a non-conforming artist during China's Cultural Revolution the assessment could be devastating. The consequences may be less brutal now, but China's Communist authorities still impose strict controls and censorship. Jiang Zuhui, now 81, choreographed one of the most emblematic works of the Cultural Revolution era -- the "Red Detachment of Women" ballet.
Dillon Francis, a DJ, celebrated the debut of his new moniker, DJ Dillon Francis, with the release of a music video for the song "Need You" with NGHTMARE this week. In the video, a visor-clad Francis shows up to DJ a casual backyard party and ends up turning it on its head with his music and prompting some aggressive drinking, coordinated group dancing, and eventual chair kicking, body slamming, and silly stringing. Francis collaborated with director Jack Wagner, who said Guy Fieri influenced the attire Francis and his friends wear in the music video.
Roman Reigns isn’t a bad guy. He’s not a good guy. He’s just a big, soaking wet guy standing in front of a WWE audience asking them to love him. Or…not love him? Maybe? It’s a bit unclear to be totally honest.