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Must Watch Videos, Sept. 30: Zedd, Danielle Bradbery and Drake

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 up and coming country artists Danielle Bradbery and David Nail. This list also features a new track from Zedd featuring Paramore’s Hayley Williams. This week also includes new videos from Tinie Tempah featuring John Martin and hip-hop superstar Drake.

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

10. "Heart of Dixie" - Danielle Bradbery

After winning The Voice, Danielle Bradbery has been busy! With a brand new single and a new record on the way, this is going to be a busy year for Bradbery. Bradbery had recently released a video for the lyrics to “Heart of Dixie,” but now the official video is making a debut. The video is storyline driven and features Bradbery performing - it’s a classic country music video.

9. "Whatever She’s Got" - David Nail

David Nail is also making waves in country music with his latest and catchy single, “Whatever She’s Got.” The video is fun and features a lot of performance shots.

8. "Stay The Night" - Zedd ft. Hayley Williams

Zedd has made a large impression on the music industry in 2013 with his single, “Clarity.” Now Zedd is back with a new single featuring Paramore’s own Hayley Williams. The video is visually interesting and showcases the melting of the visual arts word and dubstep music world.

7. "Children Of The Sun" - Tinie Tempah ft. John Martin

Tinie Tempah has released the video for “Children Of The Sun.” A powerful visual story that is beautiful. The song is powerful and the video matches that message.

6. "I Wish" - Cher Lloyd ft. T.I.

Cher Lloyd is coming up quick in the pop music scene with hit after hit. She has recently released the video for “I Wish,” featuring T.I. The video has a fun urban feel. Lloyd shows that her vocals match her talent for performing.

5. "This Is Gospel" - Panic At The Disco

Panic! At The Disco hasn’t been heard from in a while, but the band is back with a brand new video for their single, “This Is Gospel.” The video has some of their signature unequal visual style and sound. Panic! At The Disco has managed to matured and still keep their musical sound similar to their first record.

4. "Get Lucky" - Skylar Grey

Skylar Grey rose to fame when she was featured on “I Need a Doctor,” by Eminem and Dr. Dre but now Grey is showing her talents as a solo artist. Grey is covering Daft Punk’s smash hit, “Get Lucky.” The video is fun and shows off a different side to Grey, who is a very talented songwriter and clearly a talented performer.

3. "Shot at the Night" - The Killers

The Killers have not been from in a while, but the boys are back with a new album and a new video for their single, “Shot at the Night.” Fans of the Killers' first album will not be disappointed with the direction of this song and the video. The Killers are making a strong comeback into the rock spotlight.

2. "23" - Mike Will Make It featuring Miley Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa, & Juicy J

Miley Cyrus isn’t afraid of making headlines. From her Rolling Stone cover to her tongue taking on a life of it’s own, Cyrus isn’t afraid of shredding her Disney image. The transformation has become complete with her guest appearance on "23" by Mike Will Make It featuring Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J. Fans will have to watch the video for themselves and see if they like this new side of Cyrus.

1. "Hold On We’re Going Home" - Drake

From Degrassi to hip-hop superstar, Drake has transformed his image within the blink of an eye. The seven-minute video is an impressive showcase from Drake. The video is very storyline driven, with a slight feel to how Michael Jackson used to create his music videos around a certain storyline. This is a video that fans will either love or hate. Drake knows who he has become as an artist is not afraid to push the boundaries lyrically, musically or with his videos.

 
 

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