The Chainsmokers – Paris

The Chainsmokers – Paris

“Paris” is a song by American DJ duo The Chainsmokers.

It features uncredited vocals from American singer-songwriter Emily Warren, who previously co-wrote the duo’s single “Don’t Let Me Down”.

It was released on January 13, 2017, through Disruptor Records and Columbia Records.

It was served to Top 40 radio on January 17, 2017 as the follow-up radio single to “Closer”.

The single became the duo’s fourth number one at Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart in its February 25, 2017 issue, and their fifth number one on the magazine’s Dance/Electronic Songs chart in its March 11, 2017 issue.

A Ridiculous Ping Pong Trick Shot Video

A Ridiculous Ping Pong Trick Shot Video

A video of some Japanese guys pulling off crazy ping pong shots is going viral. First they knock over tiny bowling pins. Then it becomes less about the trick shots, and more about being WEIRD.

Like instead of paddles, they use random things like a broom and frying pan. And there’s one point where a guy’s just playing in a suit covered in ping pong balls.

Why are Fifth Harmony Dancing in a Bombed-Out City in Their New Video?

Why are Fifth Harmony Dancing in a Bombed-Out City in Their New Video?

The way things are in the world right now, it might not be such a good idea to make a music video that looks like it’s set in a city that just got BOMBED. Especially if it’s gonna be a BOOTY-SHAKING video.

But that’s kind of what FIFTH HARMONY did with their video for “That’s My Girl”. It takes place in a city where SOMETHING just happened. They don’t tell us WHAT, but it could easily be a war-torn area like Aleppo. (Or, as Gary Johnson calls it . . . What?!)

The ladies show up to help, but they also DANCE. In fact, they mostly dance. If they were going for some kind of fantastical, Mad Max-style post-apocalyptic thing, they failed. There’s nothing here to indicate it’s not 2016.

The clothing, the bombed out cars, the ruined city . . . they’re all very much of the present. The girls even have a not-remotely-futuristic Jeep.

It’s just weird . . . and an odd choice, given that there are a lot of cities in the world that look like this right now.