Music videos – Fly With Paradise http://flywithparadise.com/ Mon, 09 May 2022 04:31:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://flywithparadise.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/icon-2022-01-26T191440.310.png Music videos – Fly With Paradise http://flywithparadise.com/ 32 32 Alia Bhatt to Vicky Kaushal: Bollywood actors who ventured into music videos https://flywithparadise.com/alia-bhatt-to-vicky-kaushal-bollywood-actors-who-ventured-into-music-videos/ Sat, 07 May 2022 10:20:14 +0000 https://flywithparadise.com/alia-bhatt-to-vicky-kaushal-bollywood-actors-who-ventured-into-music-videos/ Music is an integral part of the Indian entertainment industry as there is a song here for every mood and every occasion. Whether it’s a wedding or a festival, we love to rock the dance floor with the latest hit parade. The music videos were also a stepping stone for many in the modeling world […]]]>

Music is an integral part of the Indian entertainment industry as there is a song here for every mood and every occasion. Whether it’s a wedding or a festival, we love to rock the dance floor with the latest hit parade. The music videos were also a stepping stone for many in the modeling world to take a big break in Bollywood. Shahid Kapoor, Deepika Padukone and John Abraham are some of the best examples.

This trend was very popular in the 90s′. But lately, we have seen many popular actors like Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal and Emraan Hashmi venture into the world of music videos. These Bollywood actors have also won over fans with their music videos.

Here are some Bollywood actors who have appeared in music videos and managed to get some attention:

Alia Bhatt:

Alia Bhatt left her fans in awe of her acting skills. The actress is also known for her singing skills and has lent her voice to a few songs from her movies like Highway, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania and Udta Punjab. But few people know that Alia Bhatt also released her single Prada with The Doorbeen in 2019. Sung by Doorbeen and Shreya Sharma, it has over 60 million views on YouTube.

Vicky Kaushal

Vicky Kaushal and Nora Fatehi reunited for an emotional Pachtaoge number in 2019. The actor was seen playing the role of a heartbroken husband after discovering his wife’s affair with someone else. The love triangle ultimately ends with the death of Kaushal’s character. The song was featured by Bhushan Kumar’s T series and sung by Arijit Singh. Music is by B Praak and composed and written by Jaani

Emraan Hashmi:

In 2015, Emraan Hashmi and Esha Gupta were featured in the music video Main Rahoon Ya Na Rahoon. The song immediately became one of the most loved songs of the year. The song was composed by brothers Armaan Malik and Amaal Mallik, and released by Bhushan Kumar’s T series.

Hrithik Roshan and Sonam Kapoor:

Hrithik Roshan and Sonam Kapoor were featured in the music video Dheere Dheere Se sung by rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh in 2015. The song garnered over 470 million views on YouTube. The sizzling chemistry between the two actors helped the video cross five million views within 4 days of its release.

Akshay Kumar

Akshay Kumar has teamed up with Nupur Sanon for a music video titled Filhaal. Composed by B Praak, written by Jaani and produced by Arvindr Khaira, it became the 50th fastest song to cross 800 million views on Youtube World Charts in 2020. The duo soon collaborated for Filhaal 2-Mohabbat which was also very popular with fans.

Tiger Shroff

Tiger Shroff has a proven track record in acting, dance and stunt work. The actor also successfully ventured into music videos with his debut song Unbelievable. The song is directed by Punit Malhotra, and the music and lyrics were directed by New York duo DG Mayne and Mumbai-based Avitesh Shrivastav respectively.

Kriti Sanon:

The versatile actress teamed up with Tiger Shroff for the soulful romance number Chal Wahan Jaate Hain. The sizzling chemistry between the Heropanti stars has been adored by fans. The song was featured by Bhushan Kumar’s T Series and conducted by Ahmed Khan in the melodious voice of Arijit Singh.

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Philly’s Max Swan releases new live album, accompanying music videos with Heaven Is…Slow Jail (Live from The Church) https://flywithparadise.com/phillys-max-swan-releases-new-live-album-accompanying-music-videos-with-heaven-is-slow-jail-live-from-the-church/ Sat, 07 May 2022 06:02:06 +0000 https://flywithparadise.com/phillys-max-swan-releases-new-live-album-accompanying-music-videos-with-heaven-is-slow-jail-live-from-the-church/ Philadelphia neo-soul artist Max Swan breathes new life into 2021 album Slow Jail with a live EP and video sessions celebrating local talent and live performances. (YourDigitalWall Editorial): – Philadelphia, Pa. May 6, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – 2021 has been a successful year for the Philadelphia-based musician and producer Max Swan. After a hiatus of several […]]]>

Philadelphia neo-soul artist Max Swan breathes new life into 2021 album Slow Jail with a live EP and video sessions celebrating local talent and live performances.

(YourDigitalWall Editorial): – Philadelphia, Pa. May 6, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – 2021 has been a successful year for the Philadelphia-based musician and producer Max Swan. After a hiatus of several years, Swan made their triumphant return with the release of their second studio album. Slow Jail in October 2021.

The album received international press acclaim and spent time in the top five tracks on Radar RnB’s coveted list. However, as a classically trained jazz musician, Swan is best known for his dynamic live performances and knew there was more to it. Slow Jail.

Thus, Heaven is…Slow Jail (Live from The Church Part I) was born.

The three-track project – filmed and recorded live from St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Philadelphia – is a celebration of local talent, featuring Swan accompanied by local musicians Simon Martinez on the guitar, Nick Perry on bass and Lionel Forrester Jr. on drums and with audio captured by a local musician Thantophobe. The musical EP is accompanied by intimate videos from the recording sessions, featuring the most popular songs from the studio album, “Wow,” “Change of opinion” and “One day.” Videography of the session was captured by visual artists Chris White and mike ryanthe creative team behind Swan’s music videos for the tracks”Bent over” and “Slow Jail.”

“While working on Slow Jail when it was created, I was intensely focused on creating music that would sound even better live than it does on record. I believe in this music, and it’s time for me to serve her, now that she’s out,” Swan says.

Heaven is…Slow Jail (Live from The Church Part I) was released by Swan Music Group, LLC on May 6, 2022.

Watch the music videos:

Stream the album live:

Heaven is…Slow Jail (Live from The Church Part I) on Spotify

Album credits:
Video director/editor/camera(s): Chris White
Cover Image Photographer/Editor/Video Camera(s): Mike Ryan
Guitar: Simon Martinez
Drums: Lionel Forrester, Jr.
Bass: Nick Perry
Sound engineer: Thomas Jensen
Mixing engineer: Domenic Prinzivalli
Mastering Engineer: Ryan Schwabe

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3 albums, 2 music videos and Hockey Night in Canada https://flywithparadise.com/3-albums-2-music-videos-and-hockey-night-in-canada/ Fri, 06 May 2022 18:06:03 +0000 https://flywithparadise.com/3-albums-2-music-videos-and-hockey-night-in-canada/ Local band The Northwest have been performing since forming in 2013, but their latest release validates the phrase ‘third time is the charm’ The Northwest is a 5 piece band from Sault consisting of Wayne Watkins on vocals/guitar, Mike Yakasovich (also sometimes known as Yak) on guitar/vocals, Greg Callaghan on guitar/vocals and (man about town […]]]>

Local band The Northwest have been performing since forming in 2013, but their latest release validates the phrase ‘third time is the charm’

The Northwest is a 5 piece band from Sault consisting of Wayne Watkins on vocals/guitar, Mike Yakasovich (also sometimes known as Yak) on guitar/vocals, Greg Callaghan on guitar/vocals and (man about town – no, we didn’t ask), Mike Smykacz on bass and Marc Santos on drums.

With two albums under their belt, the band recently released their latest single, Long hair (longer nights) from their forthcoming third EP, All-in.

The lyrics of the first single signal an anthemic, upbeat and positive sound that has been noticed by the likes of Hockey Night in Canada.

“The world is burning and at this point it’s hard to contain

Emotions run high and we are all looking for a better day”

And a better day has come.

“We were watching the Leafs last week and we heard it during the game. “Long Hair (Longer Nights)” was played to Leafs music between whistles. The day after ‘Long Hair (Longer Nights)’ was released, it was also featured on Hockey Night in Canada for the Edmonton and Vancouver games,” says Watkins.

“Those are really cool times for us.”

For a band that describes itself as “rock from the heart with a bit of Canadiana and a lot of riffs,” the recent exposure is a big deal.

It’s a hit that came out of an uncertain period over the past few years, with their album being written in the midst of the pandemic.

“It posed challenges because coming together to write and rehearse depended on the lockdown situation that was happening,” says Mike Yakasovich.

“Lots of voice memos were sent back and forth and we really used cloud-based recording programs to demonstrate ideas when we couldn’t get together.”

Watkins notes that some of the songs the band worked on were demos dating back to 2019.

“I would spend time during the first lockdown and well everything from 2020 to 2021 really focused on strong melodies,” he says.

The album was recorded at Unsalted Audio with Dustin Goodall and Bill Priddle in charge of engineering, mixing and production.

“It was a fantastic and professional experience working with them,” says Yakasovich.

“The level of detail they put into the songs was amazing, there were a lot of long nights of recording instruments and vocals, but it was worth it in the end. The amount of attention and of patience they give to the artists is also remarkable, I don’t think I’ve seen either of these guys once bored on the phone during the process, they were totally invested in the project.

Watkins accepts, while throwing a good-humored shot at Priddle.

“I only got mad at Bill three times, maybe four,” he laughs.

“If I hadn’t gotten mad at Bill, he wouldn’t have done his job. It was a team approach.

The band members agree that although this is officially their third album, it feels like their first.

For them, the album captures all the elements that people who have seen them live would expect.

“It’s fun, anthem and loud,” Yakasovich laughs.

Watkins adds: “We are ‘familiar’ [in that we] we get a lot of different referrals. We are a rock band influenced by many other rock band subgenres with a touch of pop. I love pop hooks.

The first music video released from the album is for the single “Long Hair (Longer Nights)”.

The video was produced with Two Point Productions, the film company of Jimmie Chiverelli and Zack Trunzo.

“Greg [Callaghan] had worked and starred in their shorts and it came at a time when we needed a music video and they had never done one before, so it was a first experience for everyone,” says Watkins.

Callaghan further explains the connection to the video director team.

“Mike and I actually played in a band called Terminal with Jimmie and our friend Julie Myers about 15 years ago,” he says.

“He’s a guy who knows more about music and film than anyone else we know, so it seemed like a no-brainer to bring him and Zack on board. Having worked behind the scenes and in front of the camera on a couple of their projects, i knew they were running a tight ship while being the friendliest guys in the dang world, which is a rare balance to strike.

Thinking of a location for the video shoot of “Long Hair (Longer Nights)”, Callaghan contacted Paul Coccimiglio of Coch’s Corner on Queen Street.

“Coch’s wasn’t open to the public at the time, but he agreed to let us use the space,” he says.

“The guy has always been solid like that and I think we all have great memories of good times at Coch’s, both in the current location and when it was in the old Days Inn [now a Holiday Inn Express]. It’s perfect for being able to shoot a video in a place to which they really have an attachment.

The group got together a team of friends and basically threw a filmed party.

“I think the results speak for themselves,” Callaghan says, noting that the song had an intentionally upbeat and positive vibe.

The song was written during the first lockdown and is about all the tension and anxiety that comes with it and the desire to break free.

The single’s press release stated that the song was aimed at “all those people who have spent the last two years watching real rock and roll again from bar floors and stadium seats”.

“It was almost our way of saying ‘this will pass and we can reconnect with people,'” Callaghan says.

The group has also just released a second video for the song, “Shoreline”.

“Andre Sowka [from the band Summersets, that also features Kalle Mattson] made this video,” says Watkins.

“Really how it all happened was my love for Kalle’s Summersets project. I loved the images and loved how the lyric videos came together and told the story of the song. So I contacted Kalle and needed the guy! Turns out it was Andrew, his bandmate.

For a band that considers itself a “live band” that needs that energy of a crowd to express itself, the lack of gigs was a challenge for The Northwest.

Fortunately, this situation is changing.

“Yes, there will be some exciting announcements soon,” says Watkins.

The North West EP All-in will be officially released on June 10 and will be available on all expected streaming platforms.

Listen to The Northwest on their Apple Music or Spotify page.

Stay up to date on the group by following their Facebook, Bandcamp, Instagram, TicTok or Twitter pages.

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Viktrs monetizes music videos for artists – Roisin O’Hagan’s “Sunset Valley” https://flywithparadise.com/viktrs-monetizes-music-videos-for-artists-roisin-ohagans-sunset-valley/ Fri, 06 May 2022 12:43:58 +0000 https://flywithparadise.com/viktrs-monetizes-music-videos-for-artists-roisin-ohagans-sunset-valley/ British tech company Viktrs is reinventing videos, allowing artists to monetize their music videos by giving viewers a more expansive viewing experience. Their technology unlocks the dormant value of video through discoverable, shoppable, and explorable integration, resolving audience curiosity seamlessly and instantly. The Viktrs interface contains four tabs for audience exploration: Products, People, Gigs & […]]]>

British tech company Viktrs is reinventing videos, allowing artists to monetize their music videos by giving viewers a more expansive viewing experience.

Their technology unlocks the dormant value of video through discoverable, shoppable, and explorable integration, resolving audience curiosity seamlessly and instantly. The Viktrs interface contains four tabs for audience exploration: Products, People, Gigs & Music, and Inspirations, providing audiences with a wealth of video content to interact and engage with.

First, audiences can effortlessly discover and purchase any products, services or locations the artist has tagged in the video, from sneakers to hotels. Through brand relationships and affiliate networks, artists can generate a new revenue stream. Audiences can also discover and connect with the people involved in the creation of the video, with a direct link to their favorite social media platform, showcasing the wider community that helped bring the vision of the video to life. music video and to give credit where credit is due.’

Artists can also share the inspirations behind the video and song in the Inspirations tab, drawing attention to a charitable or social cause they want to support with their fans, delivering real and lasting impact away from the video itself. same. Viktrs also provides links to artist streaming profiles and tickets to upcoming shows, so audiences can easily purchase and continue supporting their favorite artists.

Viktrs’ latest release is with American pop/rock singer-songwriter Roisin O’Hagan and his “Sunset Valley” video. Inspired by the catchy pop/rock sounds of Counting Crows and the romantic lyricism of Bruce Springsteen and Taylor Swift, the track exemplifies the nostalgic image of a love from the past that feels like unfinished business.

O’Hagan explains, “’Sunset Valley’ and its characters are fictional, but they tell a story everyone can relate to; that first time you fall in love. Life goes on since your first heartbreak. People grow up, move away from their hometown, pursue their dreams and encounter new horizons. Yet, thinking back to the first time, it can still take you back to that time, that place, and all of its passion.

Striking with powerful, seductive American textures, an uplifting beat, and O’Hagan’s luxe, nuanced twangy-lite vocals, “Sunset Valley,” vaguely reminiscent of Taylor Swift, but with a more expressive vocal, the melody is a la both vibrant and captivating.

As the video plays, the Viktrs integration provides a panel on the right, showing where to buy the dress O’Hagan is wearing in the video, as well as the producer, musicians, and more.

Watch the Viktrs video.

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This Hidden iPhone Feature Lets You Make Your Own Music Videos – Try It Now https://flywithparadise.com/this-hidden-iphone-feature-lets-you-make-your-own-music-videos-try-it-now/ Fri, 06 May 2022 08:00:58 +0000 https://flywithparadise.com/this-hidden-iphone-feature-lets-you-make-your-own-music-videos-try-it-now/ It wouldn’t surprise us if you don’t know how to add music to video on iPhone because Apple has the feature well hidden. So well hidden, in fact, you can’t do it using the normal video mode in the camera app. Normally, any sound you play will turn off automatically when you start recording video […]]]>

It wouldn’t surprise us if you don’t know how to add music to video on iPhone because Apple has the feature well hidden. So well hidden, in fact, you can’t do it using the normal video mode in the camera app.

Normally, any sound you play will turn off automatically when you start recording video on iOS device. But there is a hack. If you use the QuickTake video option available on recent iPhone models, you can bypass this limitation and give your clips any soundtrack you want.

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10 music videos that pay homage to popular movies https://flywithparadise.com/10-music-videos-that-pay-homage-to-popular-movies/ Thu, 05 May 2022 16:30:00 +0000 https://flywithparadise.com/10-music-videos-that-pay-homage-to-popular-movies/ Music videos are a unique way for an artist or band to tell the story of their song to delve deeper into possible symbolism and meaning. Much like music videos, films are an equally timely way to tell a story in depth through the art of visuals and dialogue. However, it can be quite common […]]]>

Music videos are a unique way for an artist or band to tell the story of their song to delve deeper into possible symbolism and meaning. Much like music videos, films are an equally timely way to tell a story in depth through the art of visuals and dialogue.

However, it can be quite common for the two art forms to overlap, with many artists and bands paying homage to famous films through their music videos. While many artists have referenced cinema in their music videos, there are a few that stand out above the rest.

“The Ghost of You” door My Chemical Romance

Saving Private Ryan (1998)


Ghost Of You music video set during a war

Much like the heartbreaking war movie, “The Ghost Of You” music video mimics the jaw-dropping imagery seen in Saving Private Ryanwith even some special effects added. Although at first glance it would appear to be a generic war movie, it became clear to viewers that some scenes appeared to be shot by scene.

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From ballroom scenes to gruesome depictions of the battlefield, My Chemical Romance painted a pretty devastating picture between heartbreaking lyrics and the dark world of war.

“Stacy’s Mother” van Fountains Of Wayne

Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)


Music video of Stacys Mom with a child looking at her mother

Much like the movie the music video mimics, “Stacy’s Mom” ​​is just as dumb and nothing to take seriously. The music video is filled with hilarious scenarios of Stacy’s classmates pining for her mom instead of her and the song is still among the most popular in pop culture today.

Although the clip as a whole doesn’t look like the iconic 80s movie Fast times at Ridgemont Highmany fans noticed when the video was released that the slow-motion shot of Stacy’s mom exiting the pool is exactly like the shot of Linda exiting the pool in Brad’s lust-filled daydream.


“Everlong” by the Foo Fighters

The Evil Dead (1981)


Everlong music video where Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins play a couple

Among one of the best Foo Fighters clips of all time, this hilarious story pays homage to diabolical death with gruesome but comical images. With over 200 million views on YouTube, the clip was clearly a hit, with its perfect balance of humor and horror.

Shockingly enough, the music video somehow eschews the truly chilling imagery reminiscent of the cult classic horror movie, however, the rock band clearly intended to do a more humorous parody of the plot so that their interpretation is not too scary for viewers.

“Material Girl” by Madonna

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)


Clip of Material Girl where Madonna plays Marilyn Monroe

In the music video for “Material Girl,” Madonna dressed up as a Marilyn Monroe lookalike, which even prompted fans to do a double take. From the blurry, dreamy cinematography to the impeccable costumes, Madonna perfectly paid homage to the iconic 50s film.


Kind of like in the movie Men prefer blondes, Madonna puts on an entire theatrical production with dressed up dancers as she shows off her diamonds and glamorous pink outfit. Although the pop star put her own talent into the choreography, it’s clear the singer was largely inspired by this particular Marilyn Monroe musical number.

“Mr. Brightside” by The Killers

Red Mill! (2001)


Mr Brightside music video

The Killers were undoubtedly the hit band of the early 2000s, and their song “Mr. Brightside” remains one of the most popular and well-known songs of all time. While the song’s lyrics are quite devastating, the music video paints a special and unique picture that fans can’t look away from.


From the flamboyant costumes and make-up to the eccentric colors of the set, it became clear to fans that the group was subtly alluding to the theatrical film fans know and love.

“The Kill” by thirty seconds on Mars

The Shining (1980)


The music video for Kill, featuring two versions of Jared hugging each other

With this clip being one of the fan favorite music videos of all time, it’s clear that Jared Leto put his heart and soul into this clip. While the video was clearly inspired by The Shining, Jared also made it a point to add a touch of Darren Aronofsky to the shots, as he had just worked with him shortly before the video on film. Requiem for a Dream.

Related: Jared Leto’s 10 Best Movies, According To Ranker


Although the music video was not identical to The Shining, the similarities were clear. Between the eerie hallway scenes, typewriter clips, and depiction of Jared Leto going insane and battling a version of himself, this video cut deeply and horror fans everywhere were thrilled.

“Fantasy” by Iggy Azalea Ft. Charli XCX

Carefree (1995)


Whimsical music video, with Iggy playing Cher in the classic yellow plaid outfit

Not only did this song top the Billboard charts for weeks and weeks in 2014, but the music video was equally iconic for its portrayal of the teen movie. clueless. From the wig to the famous matching yellow and checkered ensemble, Iggy Azalea played a shockingly accurate Cher Horowitz, as her feature Charli XCX portrayed Tai.

The music video included classic scenes, like the class debate scene with Cher in front of the class to Cher in the car with her reckless and wild driving friends, and fans’ hearts were full with this updated portrayal of the cult film. classic.

“Good 4 U” by Olivia Rodrigo

Jennifer’s Body (2009), Carrie (1976), Audition (1999)


Good 4 U music video, where Olivia is standing in her room that is on fire

When this music video was released, it became abundantly clear to fans that Olivia draws inspiration from iconic teen movies. Rodrigo also has an obvious love for anything prom-themed and pastel colors, which are common in early 2000s coming-of-age movies.

Specifically, fans started noticing how many teen movie references seemed to be in the music video, though most were alleged. What viewers know for sure, though, is that Olivia was inspired by Jennifer’s body while she was half underwater in a spooky, foggy atmosphere, as well as the Carrie scene where his room is on fire, as well as Hearing when Olivia stood before a panel of judges in a manner eerily similar to the main character of Hearingwhile wearing the signature long black leather opera gloves.

“What A Man Must Do” by The Jonas Brothers

Risky Business (1983), Grease (1978), Say Anything (1989)


What A Man Gotta Do music video, featuring three shots of all the brothers depicting different movie characters

When the Jonas Brothers made their comeback, many music fans wondered how long it would last considering how messy their breakup was. However, the brothers proved they were serious and going to entertain, and they sure did with this one-off big-budget music video.

Related: 10 Best Movies Like Grease That Aren’t Musicals

While Nick was busy sliding down the hall in his boxers like Tom Cruise’s character in Risky businessJoe and his wife were participating in a dance competition, similar to the one shown in Fat. Additionally, Kevin pulled the classic “raise the stage from the boombox” that John Cusack performed in Say anything.


“Thank You, Next” by Ariana Grande

Mean Girls (2004), Bring It On (2000), Legally Blonde (2001), 13 Going On 30 (2004)


Music video for Thank U Next, with Ariana playing Elle Woods in an all-pink outfit

Listed as one of the most iconic music videos of the 2010s decade, Thank you then incorporates several key girl films from the early 2000s while tying together the most personal details of her life. While Ariana’s lyrics are dedicated to honoring her former exes with well wishes, she performs some iconic moments from famous films Mean Girls, Bring It On, Legally Blonde, and 13 Continue 30.

From the recreation of the famous hallway scene in slow motion in mean girls to clap on the key as in Bring it on, the singer didn’t hold back with key details. The pop star also sported a short bob for the teary-eyed Dollhouse scene of 13 Continue 30 while sporting all-pink outfits like Elle Woods in Revenge of a Blonde and even strutting around on college sidewalks with her dog Toulouse.

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Roku now with Apple Music https://flywithparadise.com/roku-now-with-apple-music/ Wed, 04 May 2022 04:17:58 +0000 https://flywithparadise.com/roku-now-with-apple-music/ Photo: Roku Inc. Roku has announced that Apple Music, a premium music subscription service developed by Apple Inc. is now available worldwide on the Roku platform. Apple Music subscribers can access the app on any Roku device with their credentials and start streaming. The Apple Music app is now available for download. Starting today, Roku […]]]>

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Roku has announced that Apple Music, a premium music subscription service developed by Apple Inc. is now available worldwide on the Roku platform.

Apple Music subscribers can access the app on any Roku device with their credentials and start streaming. The Apple Music app is now available for download.

Starting today, Roku users can access over 90 million songs and 30,000 expertly curated playlists for every occasion ad-free through the Apple Music app. Plus, with an Apple Music subscription, they can stream the latest hits, classics, and country music live with award-winning Apple Music Radio, as well as listen to songs, albums, and playlists from their music library. With the Apple Music app, users can also watch 4K music videos on compatible devices and sing along to their favorite songs with synced lyrics. Users who subscribe also get access to Apple Music originals, concerts, exclusive tracks, and personalized recommendations.

Roku customers can subscribe to Apple Music through the Roku Channel Store and try the service for free for one month. After the test phase, Apple Music fees can be purchased from 9.99 euros per month.

For more updates and information on Apple Music, visit apple.com/music and Roku streaming player wallet.

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The 5 Best Queer Latinx Music Videos of All Time (Plus A**es) / Queerty https://flywithparadise.com/the-5-best-queer-latinx-music-videos-of-all-time-plus-aes-queerty/ Mon, 02 May 2022 16:34:38 +0000 https://flywithparadise.com/the-5-best-queer-latinx-music-videos-of-all-time-plus-aes-queerty/ You don’t realize the scarcity of queer Latinx artists until you try to name five. The list gets tough after Ricky Martin. And no, Enrique Iglesias is not gay. As a result, gay Hispanic millennials never saw themselves mirrored in MTV’s music video countdown, forced to seek out the next best thing: the Pussycat Dolls […]]]>

You don’t realize the scarcity of queer Latinx artists until you try to name five.

The list gets tough after Ricky Martin. And no, Enrique Iglesias is not gay.

As a result, gay Hispanic millennials never saw themselves mirrored in MTV’s music video countdown, forced to seek out the next best thing: the Pussycat Dolls and Shakira.

Queer visibility has come a long way since the days when we relied on television to find out more about music. But pop stars breaking glass ceilings always seem closer to the exception than the norm.

To celebrate our appreciation for Latin culture (and their butts), we’ve ranked the best gay Latinx music videos of all time – judged on their talent. and strangeness. We always debate asses.

Ricky Martin, Live La Vida Loca

It’s unpredictable which song will be immortalized in pop culture, but Ricky Martin achieved it by living the vida in the back of the closet. This song is to the queer Latinx music industry what Mariah Carey is to Christmas music. The video itself is less crazy than it looks, featuring the Puerto Rican artist singing on stage and in the rain. It’s almost as lazy as Pablo Alborán’s “Solamente Tú,” which could just as easily have been filmed with a GoPro. Still, it’s oddly satisfying to finally see a gay man receive worldwide recognition – with over 400 million views to date – for doing the bare minimum, even if he had to kiss girls to do it.

Monica Naranjo, Survived

Embodying Latina Madonna vibes, bi-Spanish singer Monica Naranjo takes us to outer space (and camp) in “Sobreviviré”. The black-and-white scenes look like never-before-seen footage of Morticia Addams doing gay things. Sure, there are many ways Latinx gays deal with breakups (although they’re probably the cause), but we’re sure this raw Spanish ballad about survival is one of them.

Anitta, Paradinha

In a world that condemns bisexual women as a call for attention, Anitta reminds her detractors that she hardly needs the press. In “Paradinha,” she solidifies herself as a global phenomenon and competes to win our vote for best ass. She also increases her relationship with gay men who are always eager to show off their hard work because of so many squats. The music video is what our Nicole Scherzinger dreams are made of, perhaps, with less whiplash.

Thalia, A Quien Le Importa

What’s better than Robyn dancing alone at the club? Thalia at the club don’t give a damn, in Spanish. Or she sings in the #punkSpanishgirl anthem “A Quien Le Importa” (Who Cares). The Mexican singer is also considered the “queen of Latin pop”. The visuals take us back to the glory of the early 2000s and Tumblr villains. The lyrics empower gays who don’t seek explanation or change; as the star sings, she is like that because she is who she is, and she will never change – your typical electric top.

Christian Chávez, LIBERTAD

Looks like it was brought to you by the original creators of Queer as Folk, “LIBERTAD” by Christian Chavez is your Spanish bop circuit. We also love a good coming out story, and Chavez used this video to announce to the world that he’s decided to start enjoying sex. He became one of the first major Mexican stars to do so. Chavez proves there that he watched a lot of Queer as Folk himself. While he may not be the greatest singer in history, the video itself is a work of art. Sounds like what you imagined your first night at a gay club to be. But, in reality, it’s less freedom and more waiting for another person to make a move, anyone. And then clarifying to the cruel universe that you meant someone hot. With a nice ass.

Jessica Darrow, surface pressure

You may be thinking that you got lost online and somehow ended up in another best listicle of all time – the worst kind, right! Well, okay, not technically intended as a music video; it is still a produced music video for the song. And how many queer Latinx artists can say their careers were born out of Disney (and clearly had access to their animated resources). Queer Cuban rising star Jessica Darrow can as she sings so catchily in Oscar-winning actress Encanto’s second hit song, “Surface pressure.” We also love that Darrow champions the “soft butches” community. The song was also her debut single. Released in 2021, it reached the top 10 on Billboard and has been watched over 200 million times. Anyone struggling with an OCD partner, nagging you about an absolutely normal level of disorder, will gossip and sing in the shower after hearing them complain about finding a jacket on the chair.

Javi Soleil, Vivela

So we expanded this list to seven because we couldn’t snub this underrated gem of a former Euro Song Competition favorite. Javi Soleil’s “Vívela” is easily one of the worst music videos on this queer planet. But maybe it’s so bad it’s actually one of the best. The dance looks like teenagers produced it on TikTok. The visuals look like a gay guy with too much free time took them with a green screen and a group of supportive friends. We were absolutely not ready for the wrath of her eyeliner. And there’s nothing gay people feel they have to do more than root for someone who’s obviously trying really hard – whether it’s in a music video, at a drag show, or on that messy road called life. And sometimes it’s out of order that we can see each other, which makes this video iconic.

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After appearing in hit music videos, Hritiqa Chheber has garnered a huge following after https://flywithparadise.com/after-appearing-in-hit-music-videos-hritiqa-chheber-has-garnered-a-huge-following-after/ Mon, 02 May 2022 13:41:34 +0000 https://flywithparadise.com/after-appearing-in-hit-music-videos-hritiqa-chheber-has-garnered-a-huge-following-after/ Many actors (both from the television and film industry) make their appearances in music videos. Do you know why? Simple, they have always been our first station to kill boredom! And as a result, the talents showcased in these albums see more fans following as fast as lightning. Actress Hritiqa Chheber is proof of that. […]]]>

Many actors (both from the television and film industry) make their appearances in music videos. Do you know why? Simple, they have always been our first station to kill boredom! And as a result, the talents showcased in these albums see more fans following as fast as lightning. Actress Hritiqa Chheber is proof of that. She has an unparalleled fan following from across the country.

Hailing from the heart of India, Madhya Pradesh, the actress moved to Mumbai for her degree. After a big roller coaster ride through several walks of life, Hritiqa Chheber has finally started appearing in music videos. Her bewitching smile and lovely face set millions of hearts racing. And when we say millions, we mean it. Hritiqa’s new clips have managed to get over 20 million views on Instagram.

However, the actress’s fan base saw a surge when she started appearing in Punjabi language music videos. We all know that Punjabi music videos have been troubling the internet for ages. Moreover, Hritiqa Chheber’s placid personality and excellent expression immediately steals our souls. How could she not win hearts by starring in Punjabi singles?

Do you think building a fandom is child’s play? If you answered “yes”, then maybe you should reconsider your thoughts. Because actress Hritiqa Chheber’s career proves that maintaining a fan base is harder than gaining one.

The actress has been featured in music videos for over a decade. She’s done so many musical singles that you can hardly rely on your numbers. Hritiqa Chheber also knows a thing or two about engaging with her fans. She interacts with them through her social media platforms and updates them about her personal life. Hritiqa gives the love and admiration to her fans that she receives.

The actress has over 450,000 followers on Instagram. She appeared in music videos like Mann Mera by Gajendra Verma (28 million views), Pehla Tere Karke by Ankit Saain Raj (2.3 million views), Pyar Nahi Ghatda by Sippy Gill (30 million views), Ganesha Jubin Nautiyal’s Song (5.4 million views), Sukhwinder Singh’s Jai Jaikar (3.4 million views) and the list goes on.

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5 times Southend Pier has appeared on TV and in music videos https://flywithparadise.com/5-times-southend-pier-has-appeared-on-tv-and-in-music-videos/ Sun, 01 May 2022 03:00:00 +0000 https://flywithparadise.com/5-times-southend-pier-has-appeared-on-tv-and-in-music-videos/ SOUTHEND’s iconic pier was back on TV this week in the latest series of Eastenders. Several places in the city served as the setting for an episode broadcast Thursday evening. This isn’t the first time the pier has been used for TV series filming, so here’s a quick look back at other times producers have […]]]>

SOUTHEND’s iconic pier was back on TV this week in the latest series of Eastenders.

Several places in the city served as the setting for an episode broadcast Thursday evening.

This isn’t the first time the pier has been used for TV series filming, so here’s a quick look back at other times producers have used the attraction for shows.

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The pier has been used in many episodes in the past and will no doubt be used again.

One of the show’s most dramatic moments was captured on the pier in 2011, which saw a confrontation between multiple characters take place at the end of the pier.

Villain Rob was thrown into the Thames as Ryan sought to save his sister Whitney.

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Another BBC 1 show – but one that no modern audience may have heard of.

The comedy series ran for 10 series between 1979 and 1994.

Southend Pier featured in the end credits of an episode which showed unscrupulous businessman Arthur Daley and his bodyguard Ray walking on the pier.

When they reach the end, Arthur realizes he left his lighter at the other end and they then have to walk back – mostly because Arthur is too “tight” to pay for the return train ride.

Great British Rail Journeys

Iconic host Michael Portillo stopped by Southend Pier during the third series of the popular BBC2 show.

He shared his memories of Southend before jumping on the pier train and enjoying a ride to the other end.

Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast

Southend Pier became the home of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and his childhood friend turned TV presenter, Jimmy Doherty, for their Chanell 4 programme.

The duo set up their own cafe based at the end of the pier and filmed several series there between 2014 and 2019.

The show saw the cafe filled with members of the public and one celebrity guest each week who helped cook a dish of their choice – under the watchful eye of expert Jamie.

Alison Moyet’s music video for ‘When I Was Your Girlfriend’

It may not have appeared on TV, but has over a million hits on YouTube.

The video was shot in 2013 and saw Moyet walking down the pier with his real life daughter, Caitlin, while syncing the song.

Moyet called the pier “a place that figured prominently in my youthful years”.

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