If Colin Farrell doesn't freak you out as the creepy vampire in the movie Fright Night, then Kid Cudi might just do the trick in his video "No One Believes Me," which is the first single from the film's soundtrack.
A video like Adele's "Rolling In The Deep" barely needs an introduction because it's just too damn good to describe. The woman is one of the most soulful singers around--someone I would actually buy tickets to see in concert, which I can't say of many artists right now...
"Blow" has the odd distinction of being one of the few music videos I've enjoyed in a long time. No "I'm so cool it hurts" schtick and no rap monologues--it's tongue-in-cheek, the song is acceptably enjoyable top 40, and oh yeah, it has James frikkin' Van Der Beek in it.
I take music kind of seriously, so when I realized I had to pick the first video for this new year of Video Hits, I had a hard time deciding what I was actually going to feature to kick off 2011. After all, I had capped off 2010 with what I consider a rather awesome video: Daft Punk's "Derezzed," but that was frankly an easy pick. So far, 2011 hasn't really offered up much in the way of new videos that have captured my attention, which meant that I'd have to look back to the end of last year for a new video.
Trying to pick this week's music video for Video Hits seemed a bit daunting. I've only been doing this one week so far, and I just didn't know how to follow up Fefe Dobson's "Ghost". Should I go for something simpler? Something older?