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Don't fall for this woman, there's something sinister under that beautiful face. She's a man-eater... Literally. We're talking about her character in the new music video for "The Kill" by Too Hot For L.A, of course. The video is amazing and the song will have you dancing. Oh yeah, did we mention it was all done by a very talented RTM editor.
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Too Hot For L.A. just released a new music video for the song "The Kill." It tells the story of a dead man's attempt to save another man from being the next victim of a sexy and sinister succubus. The video's hot and the song will have you dancing. It was produced, directed, edited, and sung all by Jack Chapman, who just happens to be one of the talented editors here at RTM.
The Little Mermaid's 'Kiss The Girl' played out in real life and who do you think would be behind something involving kissing, that's right Stuart Edge is doing what he does best. This time he has the help of Vocal Point, Noteworthy and Peter Hollens. But it wasn't just Edge doing the kissing, some strangers got in on the action too. It's romance at it's finest!
Stuart Edge is known for his kissing pranks, but his latest bit involves little subtext. With the help of Vocal Point and Peter Hollens, Edge and some strangers were told to "Kiss the Girl," like Prince Eric in the Little Mermaid. The a capella musical stylings served as a precursor for a smooch. Watch the RTM reaction to the Disney inspired kissing right here!
Performing can be a tough challenge and these videos prove it. In clip one, Lindiwe Bungane recently shot a music video for a cover of "Always on My Mind." This Jukin Video went from a hot music video to a literal fire hazard, as Bungane's hair got lit up by the flames surrounding her. In clip two, a group of girls were practicing their cheerleading stunts when the youngest member of the sqaud took an avoidable hit to the head. By avoidable, we mean this probably shouldn't have been done in the house.
A collaboration between Diesel and i-D to show off what you can do in Diesel jeans. Apparently, you can do a lot of different dance moves with the new stretch technology, the A to Z of dance moves, actually. Everything from the Harlem shake, to pole dancing, to swing, to break, and yes, T is for twerk.
Abu of Baltimore, Maryland made a PVC pipe saxophone and he can play it like a professional. So if you are trying to avoid some seriously high prices at Guitar Center, just go to Home Depot and assemble your new instrument.
RightThisMinute has been following Charles Trippy since 2011, and he has taken us along for the ride ever since. The open and honest musician recently decided to announce his separation from his wife, Alli. The couple has been hosting their web series for a while, but Trippy told his audience that he will continue to make the videos for his web friends by himself. Trippy has shared his cancer treatment, his wedding, and more with us over the last few years. We are sad to hear about this news but are glad we will be able to continue to follow him.
People have mixed opinions about rapper Drake. Some people love his music, others think he can't rap and should learn how to play an instument. If he didn't know that before, he does now! In ol' Jimmy Kimmel fashion, the host and celeb decided to prank some people around Hollywood. Drake dressed up in a disguise and set out for his version of "I Witness News," to find out what people really think about him!
Gentlemen... Gentlemen... Gentlemen, it's that time of year again! Time for the 2015 calendar shoot of the Miami Dolphins' Cheerleaders, cue the applause. These gorgeous ladies set the bar high for the cheerleader music videos with their lip-synching of "Call Me Maybe," and this one's even better!
Anniversaries are important. That's why a mobile phone company in South Korea celebrated their 30th anniversary with a collection of cell phones and pagers from the last three decades. They used that equipment to make an orchestra of sound. It's a quirky idea but it's pretty cool.
It's that time again... It's TECH TIME! This one's all about the future, where technology becomes a part of things we already did before the technology. We have a 3D printer tattoo machine that draws perfect circles and then some musical gloves that add a little tune to your dance expression.