The Internationaal Monetair Fonds is an organisation that places very strict conditions on governments who loan money to reorganise their country’s economies. In his new video “IMF”, Nigerian singer Seun Anikulapo Kuti and guest-rapper M1 (from Dead Prez) express harsh criticims of both its policies and the corrupt governments abusing the funds.
In a song about an attractive, desirable girl, the members of Korean group Orange Caramel tell their story dressed as… sushi. But, as they show at the end of “까탈레나 (Catallena)”, even plain old mackerel, salmon and shrimp can be very tasty.
School is Cool singer Johannes Genard is fast on his way to steal you away, before the Belgian band’s members offer themselves up on a plate in their new video “Wide-Eyed & Wild-Eyed”.
The boy in Wookie’s new video is probably not much interested in the UK producer’s new track “Higher”. He’s listening to very different music and would rather hang out with the local punks.
A husband and wife are both huge fans of a handsome TV personality. The balding, overweight man goes to extreme lengths and humiliations to become more like his idol in “Stem” (‘voice’), the new video from Dutch star Marco Borsato and rapper Gers Pardoel.
Kylie Minogue’s choice of footwear indicates she has not come to the gym for any kind of ordinary aerobics class. The moves she practices in “Sexercize” need to be replicable in the bedroom (or anywhere).
After getting shot from heaven by a bunch of aggressive businessmen, Lady Gaga is laid to rest in the swimming pool of Hearst Castle. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills welcome her to heaven, where she treats herself to a bevy of male models cloned from the DNA of Jesus Christ, Michael Jackson, Mahatma Gandhi and John Lennon in her extravagant new video “G.U.Y.”.
Yummie! Or maybe not. The delicacies in “Hot and Cold”, the debut video from DC band EX HEX, come straight out of a very dated 1960s cookbook. Then again, if you’re hungry, you’re hungry.