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Tuesday, 20 December 2011

SnapCacklePop Music Award 2011 - Video Of The Year Nominations

So we were overwhelmed with the response we received for this years SnapCacklePop Music Awards. We ask our music friends, blogger peers and you to cast you votes! Thank you all for your nominations!
 Over the next week we'll be bringing you the short list of nominations in each category! Then just before the end of 2011 we will be revealing the winners of this years awards.  
First category up SnapCacklePop Video Of The Year

And the nominations are...
(Don't forget to cast your votes below!)

Katy Perry - Last Friday Night
After a brilliant year for Mrs Russell Brand, the video director Marc Klasfeld for Katy Perry's Last Friday Night Kathy Beth Terry was inspired by the character Betty Suarez, played by America Ferrera in the series Ugly Betty and is fun and full of celebrity cameo's



Rihanna – We Found Love feat Calvin Harris
Shot in Northern Ireland, the first video taken from Rihanna's latest album Talk That Talk. The video directed by Melina Matsoukas is about love and heartbreak showing RiRi and her lover through different parts of their love/hate situation. The track was produced by DJ Calvin Harris and features the DJ clubbing in a field. The video generated controversy for its depiction of violence and drug use!


Gotye - Somebody I Used To Know
Gotye’s video for his single Somebody That I Used to Know was an international hit and received over 200,000 hits in its first two weeks. Directed and produced Natasha Pincus the video featuring Kimbra see the singer appear naked and are gradually covered to match the backdrop. 


Maroon 5 - Moves Like Jagger Feat Christina Aguilera
Directed by Jonas Åkerlund, opens with Black and white footage of the great Mick Jagger himself, leading into a mash up of extra’s dressed up in Jagger’esk costumes and strutting their stuff to the funky beat! This video is pure fun and we dare you not to be up dancing onces you have heard the track. Oh and Adam Levine is shirtless in it too! Yum!

Robyn - Call Your Girlfriend
Taken from our favorite Swede’s latest album Body Talk, the music video for Call Your Girlfriend see’s the singer dancing round an abandoned warehouse which was cleverly shot in one unbroken shot. Directed by Max Vitali it was said by Tom Breihan of Pitchfork wrote that the video "is one long unbroken tracking shot of the Swedish pop queen dancing, singing, and looking like her heart is about to break. The only thing she has to keep her company is an elaborate lighting rig. It's a true command performance, a hall-of-fame effort from an artist at the absolute peak of her powers” Couldn’t of put it better our self-Tom!


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