Last night saw the Seattle Seahawks take on the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII and as usual the focus wasn’t just on the football. As always, a lot of talk surrounded the commercials shown throughout the game with Time Warner calling upon Diddy and Drake for their offering. Check it below. Advertisements
Queen Latifah (@IamQueenLatifah) marched on to the field at MetLife Stadium and sang “America The Beautiful” to get the proceedings proceeding for Super Bowl XLVIII. Watch below.
Skylar Grey (@skylargrey) originally penned Coming Home for Diddy & Dirty Money back in 2010 and it became a hit that was placed in films and commercials, even Budweiser ad during Super Bowl XLVIII. Now she performs a stripped down version on piano as a tribute to the U.S. troops overseas. Directed by Peter Harding.…
Drake was the coming attraction for Revolt TV/Time Warner’s Super Bowl XLVIII Party in New York City this weekend. In addition to Drizzy performing “Trophies” and “We Made It” he cued up a live version of “Mine” sans Beyoncé. Watch below.
Prince (@3rdEyeGirl) makes an appearance as himself on New Girl. Season 3 Episode 14. Watch below. Jess and Cece are invited to a party at the mansion of music superstar Prince (playing himself), and the guys come up with a scheme to crash the gathering.
Bruno Mars put on one of the biggest performances of his career at Super Bowl XLVIII in East Rutherford, NJ. Cuing up “Billionaire” into “Locked Out Of Heaven” and then bringing out the Red Hot Chili Peppers for “Give It Away”. Watch below.
Dom Kennedy (@dopeitsdom) serves up the visual to “Still Callin” off Get Home Safely with assistance from West Coast crooner Teeflii. Watch below.
TLC (@therealtboz @officialchilli) took stage at The Beacon Theater in NYC for VH1’s Super Bowl Blitz. Tionne and Chilli performed classics from their catalog including “Creep”, “Waterfalls” and “No Scrubs”. Watch below.
Fabolous (@myfabolouslife) and Jeremih (@Jeremih) got together to shoot a video for this Situationship anthem off The Soul Tape 3 called “Thim Slick”. Fab sticks with the monochromatic color scheme for this visual. Directed by Gerard Victor. Watch belowl.
Beyoncé and JAY Z brought their punch drunk love affair to the stage at DirecTV’s Super Bowl party in NYC last night. Watch Blue’s parents perform “Drunk In Love” below. via RTNY