@DylanDili’s video release party
#TaniaOnTheScene — It’s the official video release party of his song "All The Best." Catch my boy Dylan Dili Thursday night, August 14, at Taj: 48 W. 21 st.
The fun goes down from 7-11pm.
The video will premiere at 10pm.
Special guests on the roster.
@DylanDili’s new video “All the Best” and his new role as host
#TaniaOnTheScene - He still spits hot fiyah!
But what happens when Dylan Dili turns the tables and takes on a new role?
Find out when he turns from rapper to host, below:
The video is out!
Check out “All the Best” below:
Destiny’s Child reunites for inspirational new video
#TaniaOnTheScene - Or nah. LOL! Michelle Williams had Beyonce and Kelly Rowland singing along side her on her new gospel track, “Say Yes.”
Williams debuted the song’s music video on “Good Morning America” on Wednesday, June 18. When the single first “leaked” — Williams claimed an “unmixed and unmastered” version debuted online too early.
The gospel song is all about Jesus, and basically unites the ladies for a dance party music video.
I was on set for the video shoot and had the awesome opportunity of working with the three, beautiful and talented women.
Check out my look below:
The full video of the three ladies donned in ‘all-white’ dresses, singing their hearts out, is playful and fun.
If you pay close attention, you may recognize my hair or side profile at about 3:18 and 3:22. Unfortunately, that’s the only appearance I made in the video.. I didn’t make the cut for anything else but the experience and opportunity is something that I will cherish for a long time.
Watch it below:
Music Monday: Divas in Aisle 2 by Jachary ft. Mouse Sucks
#TaniaOnTheScene - Here’s music from an artist/producer from Ontario, Canada who is currently living in New York.
This video is for a song from Jachary’s upcoming beat tape.
He’s a producer from Boston and also the lead singer of the band The Pluto Moons .
The song is called “Divas In Aisle 2” and was co-produced by Tony G, a videographer and producer from NYC, who also shot the video alongside Dave Hoffman.
Jachary’s beat tape will be coming soon as well as new music from Tony G and Mouse Sucks.
Beyonce Stands Up for Gender Equality
#TaniaOnTheScene - When Beyonce surprised the world with a new album in December, fans wondered about the amount of work that went into recording it.
Turns out, the accompanying music videos were equally labor-intensive.
According to “Partition” director Jake Nava, the shoot was meant to be “even more risque than she’s been in the past.” It also required a lot of effort from Jay Z, who makes a brief appearance in a limo scene.
"We actually had to do it really quickly because he was in the middle of doing a tour in London and we were actually filming in Paris," Nava said. "We had to kind of, like, [have] a police escort waiting for him to jump out and get on a helicopter and do his gig."
John Mayer, Katy Perry Get Close in ‘Who You Love’
#TaniaOnTheScene - Slow motion, couples caressing, wind-swept close-ups, sun-burnt-shaded images of wide-open vistas — consider John Mayer’s video for his duet with girlfriend Katy Perry, “Who You Love,” an unintended lovey-dovey response to Kanye West's “Bound 2,” with a mechanical bull instead of a motorcycle.
There’s romance here, but it’s more of the greeting card variety. In addition to the promised intimate shots of Perry and Mayer, the two told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Tuesday that everyone else in the video is a real-life couple.
Said Mayer on the telecast, “There’s nothing scripted in that video except putting a bull in the middle of the desert.”
Pharrell’s 24-Hour-Long ‘Happy’ Video Will Make Your Day
#TaniaOnTheScene - Yesterday, at the stroke of midnight, pop impresario Pharrell Williams debuted the video for his new single, “Happy.” It’s 24 hours long.
The video, available for streaming on 24hoursofhappy.com, features various dancers lip-synching to Williams’ single throughout the course of a day in Los Angeles. The 4-minute, upbeat song is played on loop, with each cycle introducing a new dancer (or dancers) at a different location. Viewers can fast forward or backward using a clock interface that hovers over the display, and share specific moments on Twitter or Facebook. The dancers, meanwhile, include both anonymous extras and celebrities like Magic Johnson, Steve Carrell, and of course, Williams himself.
The video was directed by We Are From LA and produced by Iconoclast. Williams published non-interactive segments of the video to his YouTube channel, though it’s best experienced on the micro-site.
Check it out here: