Must Watch Videos – Chris Brown, Fall Out Boy and James Blunt- September 2nd

By Chelsea Lewis ,

With thousands of YouTube videos uploaded every minute it is hard to decide which videos are worth viewing time. Especially, when it comes to music videos. With so many new music videos coming out each week, it is hard to keep track of them all. If you are in the mood for country, rock or pop TheCelebrityCafe.com has it covered. Each week, TheCelebrityCafe.com highlights the top ten best music videos to view.

This week features hot music videos from hip-hop star Chris Brown, country superstars, Ashley Monore featuring Train and musical icon Jay Z. This week also includes new videos from artists who haven’t been heard from in a while; James Blunt returns with “Bonfire Heart,” and Daft Punk is back with another original take on a music video.

Let us know which music videos you are watching and which is your favorite video out of TheCelebrityCafe.com top ten.

10. Chris Brown- Love More

Chris Brown is making new music instead of news headlines. “Love More,” features Nicki Minaj. Chris Brown is known for using his music videos to tell stories and “Love More,” is another video in that story telling collection. The video is one full on party.

9. Enrique Iglesias ft. Romeo Santos- Loco

Enrique Iglesias is back again with another music video for his single, “Loco.” The video is sexy and Iglesias is easy on the eyes as always. The video really goes captures an old school vibe and channels Iglesias Latin roots.

8. 2 Chainz- Feds Watching

2 Chainz knows people are watching and his career is growing. “Feds Watching,” is fun and a typical 2 Chainz video.

7. Best of Friends- Here We Go

It’s hard to not get this song stuck in your head after you see this fun and up lifting performance video. Best of Friends have a similar style to Mumford and Sons and have translated their song into more pop from folk.

6. Fall Out Boy ft. Big Sean- The Mighty Fall

Fall Out Boy is back with the latest video in their grand masterpiece. Every music video off of Save Rock ‘n’ Roll has had an overall theme that ties into the final product. If one starts by watching “My Songs Know,” and end with “The Might Fall,” the story starts to become clear, but more videos are sure to help piece this larger story together.

5. Eliza Doolittle- Let It Rain

British songwriter, Eliza Doolittle has released the new music video for her single, “Let It Rain.” Doolittle is up and coming in the music industry has fun with the video that highlights the catchy chorus.

4. Train ft Ashley Monore- Bruises

Train is back with a new video for their single, “Bruises,” which features country superstar Ashley Monore. The video is beautiful, features gorgeous landscapes and is heartfelt. The styles of Monore and Train blend visually and vocally.

3. Lose Yourself to Dance- Daft Punk ft Pharrell Williams

Daft Punk and Pharrell Williams are in full force with this new video for “Lose Yourself to Dance.” The video is retrospective, fun and has a completely different feel than most videos that are produced in 2013. Williams is always willing to push musical and visual boundaries. “Lose Yourself to Dance,” is just another push in an already impressive musical career.

2. James Blunt- Bonfire Heart

James Blunt is back with a new album and a new single. Fans first fell in love with Blunt with his haunting and beautiful single, “You're Beautiful.” “Bonfire Heart” is a fun “reintroduction” to Blunt and the video reflects a new direction and passion from Blunt.

1. Jay Z ft. Justin Timberlake- Holy Grail

Jay Z and Justin Timberlake have heated up the summer with their single, “Holy Grail.” The music video isn’t even a referred to as a musical video, is it the “official visual.” This video is complex, stunning and brings the song to a new level.



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