Watch Solange's Stunning "Don't Touch My Hair" & "Cranes In The Sky" Videos
A few days after the release of her first album in almost four years, A Seat at the Table, Solange Knowles is back with the music videos for two tracks off the album. She wrote on Twitter that the new visuals, to the songs "Don't Touch My Hair" and "Cranes in the Sky," were created by her and her husband Alan Ferguson, a well-known music video director.
Sampha "Blood On Me" Video
With his debut album Process just around the corner, Sampha is about to break through as the full fledged star that the world has known he is for some time. As a tool of hype and creative engagement, the British singer has released the video for his latest single "Blood On Me." In the clip, Sampha navigates a surreal land of wheat fields and horse races. Not to ruin the clip's narrative, but Sampha ends with an eerie plant growing out of chest - definitely worth a watch just for that.
Sampha Performs "Blood On Me" On Colbert
British singer Sampha has been integral to the creation of songs by Drake ("Too Much") and Kanye West ("Saint Pablo"). His track record as a solo artist is excellent and he is currently gearing up for the release of his debut album Process, which will be his first project since his 2013 EP Dual.
Sampha Performs "Too Much" At BBC Radio 1 Future Festival
Sitting at a piano, the U.K. artist, Sampha, performed his solo version of Drake’s Nothing Was the Same cut “Too Much” live at BBC Radio 1's Future Festival.Check out Sampha Performs "Too Much" At BBC Radio 1 Future Festival, the latest video from Sampha, released on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014. Sampha's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Sampha Performs "Too Much" At BBC Radio 1 Future Festival is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Sampha has been building over the years.
Sampha "Happens" Video
Sampha, who found fame this past year thanks in part to being featured on Drake's "Nothing Was The Same," delivers a new solo track today along with a visual. Along with "Too Much," this track is available on iTunes.Check out Sampha "Happens" Video, the latest video from Sampha, released on Tuesday, November 12th, 2013. Sampha's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Sampha "Happens" Video is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Sampha has been building over the years.
Drake Debuts "Too Much" Live On Jimmy Fallon
Drake Feat. Sampha
Tonight on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Drake debuted a new track titled "Too Much" from his upcoming album "Nothing Was The Same". The record features vocals from 24-year-old South Londoner Sampha Sisay. How's the chemistry between and Sampha? Thoughts? Check out the latest video from Drake, Drake Plays Charades With Scarlett Johansson On Jimmy Fallon.