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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 The Wanted. This list also features a new debut from All That Remains and Daughtry; new videos from pop icon, Lady Gaga and Linkin Park. This week also showcases an acoustic version of “Wake Me Up.”
Let us know which music videos you are watching and which is your favorite video out of TheCelebrityCafe.com top ten.
10. "Two Weeks" - All That Remains
Heavy metal band, All That Remains, formed back in 1998; now six studio albums later, the band has released a new music video for their single, “Two Weeks.” The video features an interesting storyline and performance shots of All That Remains that showcase their heavy metal style.
9. "Long Live Rock & Roll" – Daughtry
Daughtry is back with another lyric video for his latest single, “Long Live Rock & Roll.” Fans have been waiting for a music video for “Waiting for Superman,” but instead they are treated to a new single. “Long Live Rock & Roll,” is a fun song with classic rock ‘n’ roll references, but fans are hungry for a new music video from Daughtry.
8. "Collide" – Jake Miller
Jake Miller is unique in the 2013 music industry. He is a rapper, musician, singer and songwriter. Miller has the ability to jump musical categories and his fans support the creativity. Miller has released the new music video for “Collide,” which features more of his vocal, singing range as opposed to his other hit, “A Million Lives,” which showed off his rap style. “Collide,” is not as strong as, “A Million Lives,” but fans will be happy to see a new video from Miller.
7. "Do What U Want" – Lady Gaga ft. R. Kelly
Lady Gaga has released the next single off of ARTPOP, which features R.Kelly. The lyric video alone has made headlines, so now it is up to Gaga’s fans to decide how they feel about the R. Kelly driven track.
6. "Ghost" – Sir Sly (Live at The Cherrytree House)
The name, Sir Sly, has not been heard that many times in the music industry but music fans are about to be introduced to this LA based trio. Sir Sly performed an intimate version of “Ghost,” at The Cherrytree House. The performance went viral.
5. "Girls" - The 1975
The English based band, The 1975, have found a way to blend, alternative rock and indie rock in a way that seems seamless. The band released their self-titled debut album this year and has released a video for their new single, “Girls.”
4. "A Light That Never Comes" - Linkin Park featuring Steve Aoki
Linkin Park is back with another rock/rap driven track that falls into the category of a Linkin Park classic. After the lyric video gained a lot of attention on YouTube, that band released a music video in a very similar style. The song might sound like the next Transformers theme song but it is just a new Linkin Park song designed to please Linkin Park fans.
3. "Under Control" - Alesso & Calvin Harris featuring Hurts
Calvin Harris has produced hit after hit on the charts and is known for visually beautiful and complex music videos. “Under Control,” which features Hurts and Alesso will not disappoint fans that are used to that stylized music video vision.
2. "Settle Homecoming" - John Newman
John Newman has arrived on the music scene with hits like, “Love Me Again,” and “Cheating.” Now Newman has released a new video for his single, “Settle Homecoming.” The video features a live performance of Newman who not only owns the stage during the entire performance but has an energy that is caught by the audience.
1. "Wake Me Up" - Aloe Blacc
It is hard to turn on the radio and not here, “Wake Me Up,” by Avicii featuring Aloe Blacc. The beat driven anthem has taken the airwaves by storm but Blacc is now presenting a new version of the hit to the masses. This acoustic version of “Wake Me Up,” changes the dynamics of the song and puts the focus more on the inspiration lyrics that Blacc so beautifully delivers. The video features the stories of people overcoming impossible and complicated situations involving immigration. The end of the video reads, “Most of the actors in this video have lived this story.”