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Video: See Maroon 5 with Kendrick Lamar Perform “Don’t Wanna Know” at the 2016 AMA’s

posted by Oscar November 21, 2016

Last night’s American Music Awards featured performances from some of the biggest names in the industry. The 2016 AMAs closed off with Maroon 5 and Kendrick Lamar, who performed their collab track “Don’t Wanna Know” live for the first time. Check that out above.

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Video: Maroon 5 feat. Kendrick Lamar – “Don’t Wanna Know”

posted by Oscar October 14, 2016

Maroon 5 have released their music video for “Don’t Wanna Know,” their song featuring Kendrick Lamar. The visuals pay a nod to the Pokémon Go craze, showing the band and several celebrities wearing plush costumes as fans chase them to fill their collection. Vince Vaughn, Sarah Silverman, and Ed Helms are among the stars that make cameos in the clip.

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Maroon 5 feat. Kendrick Lamar – “Don’t Wanna Know”

posted by Oscar October 11, 2016


Maroon 5 have shared their new collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, titled “Don’t Wanna Know.” The song is now available on Apple Music.

Maroon 5 will also premiere the music video for “Don’t Wanna Know” on NBC’s TODAY show on October 14th, and it was directed by David Dobkin (Wedding Crashers), who Adam Levine and co. worked with on their music video for their Grammy-nominated six times-platinum selling single “Sugar.” The band is scheduled to deliver the first television performance of the single on Ellen on November 3rd.

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Video: Grammy Salute to The Beatles Performances

posted by Oscar February 10, 2014

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The people behind the Grammys put together a very fitting tribute to the greatest band ever, 50 years to the date of the night The Beatles first performed for America. With some background info on each member’s early days before becoming world stars and some insights from the 2 remaining members talking to David Letterman about that famous performance, the tribute special was a complete spectacle thanks to the main attraction being the music itself. Guest stars performing Beatles classics included Ed Sheeran, John Mayer, Imagine Dragons, Dave Grohl, Gary Clark, Jr., Alicia Keys and John Legend, among many others and we even got performances from surviving members Ringo Starr and Sir Paul McCartney. See them all below.

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