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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 country artist, Jennifer Nettles. This list also features a new debut from Lady Gaga and Zoe. This week also includes new videos from Tyler Ward and a live performance from Miley Cryus. This week also features a new mash up that features Capital Cities and Fitz and the Tantrums.
Let us know which music videos you are watching and which is your favorite video out of TheCelebrityCafe.com top ten.
10. "Wrecking Ball" - Miley Cyrus SNL Live Performance
Miley Cyrus can’t seem to stay out of the news or the headlines of tabloids but this live performance from Saturday Night Live is proving one thing on the YouTube airwaves. Cyrus aside from her odd outfit choices and outlandish music videos is very talented as an actual vocalist. This performance follows a YouTube sensation video that featured, “Wrecking Ball,” over Mumford and Sons' “Little Lion Man.” It is clearly that Cyrus can sing, now the world will have to wait and see if she uses that talent for good or for headlines.
9. "Breakfast Can Wait" - Prince
Prince has influenced the music scene for years. His name is known across the world and he has hits such as, “Purple Rain” and “I Feel You.” Now in 2013, Prince is back with a new song and a new video for “Breakfast Can Wait.” The video does indeed feature breakfast foods and is reintroducing Prince to a whole new generation of music fans.
8. "Kangaroo League" - Capital Cities and Fitz and the Tantrums (MashUp)
Fitz and the Tantrums team up with Capital Cities to create a mash up of indie proportions. The video is a visual trip and the song mix of the songs will be stuck in fans heads for days. Capital Cities and Fitz and the Tantrums are not afraid to experiment with music and this combination highlights the best of both artists.
7. "Aura" from Machete Kills - Lady Gaga
It seems as though Quentin Tarantino influenced Lady Gaga for her latest lyric video. Even though the video is presented as a “lyric” video, it features many big name stars and feels like a music video. The video is interested and will hold the attention of fans but the song itself leaves a lot to be desired.
6. "10 A.M." - Zoe
Expect these Latin rockers to take over the YouTube airwaves by storm with their track “10 A.M.” This Mexican rock group has a huge following across the world and fans have waited a long time for this latest single from Zoe.
5. "Forever Starts Tonight" - Tyler Ward
Tyler Ward is known in the YouTube community as being an innovator, a musician with high cover talents and a talented musician in his own right. The YouTube sensation has released a new music video for his single, “Forever Starts Tonight.” The video highlights Ward’s musical talent and is a fun, upbeat video. Ward is proving that outside of the walls of YouTube, he is a powerful artists in his own right.
4. "The Spree" - Afrojack ft. Spree Wilson
“The Spree,” is upbeat, fun and the latest hit from Afrojack with a little help from Spree Wilson. The song is instantly upbeat and the video keeps the fun and modern tone of the single.
3. "Make You Feel My Love" - Lea Michele (Glee)
This past Thursday, Glee fans said goodbye to Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith). Lea Michele (Monteith’s real life girlfriend) was only featured in the tribute episode for a few minutes but this performance of Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love.” The video quickly gained over one million hits on YouTube. Even if you were not a fan of Glee, this emotional and honest performance of a Dylan classic is a much watch. For Glee fans, it was a way to say goodbye to a character and a person they loved so much.
2. "Survival" - Eminem
Eminem has released his video for his second single off of, MMLP2. The video for “Survival,” carries the survivor theme and provide another look into what fans can expect off of MMLP2. Eminem also released his track listing for MMLP2 along with this music video. The countdown is officially on until Marshall Mathers is back on the top of the music charts.
1. "Stay" - Florida Georgia Line
The boys from the Florida Georgia Line border are back with a new music video for their emotional ballad, “Stay.” The video features Brian Kelley (from Ormond Beach, Florida) and Tyler Hubbard performing their powerful ballad while a storyline between a young couples emotional story plays out in the background. Fans should watch this video until the end. The song takes some creative license and features one surprising ending