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Who knew there was a connection with country music and sushi for singer Jared Ashley? Jared sat down with Yallwire host Stephanie Langston at Sushi Yobi to fill us in. The two also chat about Jared's debut single, "Last Train To Memphis," his love for songwriting, and how he's expecting his fist child during the CMA Music Festival.
Grammy Award-winner Amy Grant caught up with Yallwire in Nashville to talk about her latest album, "How Mercy Looks From Here." Host Stephanie Langston and Amy talk about her latest career step, how she brought in James Taylor and Sheryl Crow for the project, and how the album is dedicated to Amy's mother who passed away in April 2011.
Tear Out The Heart - "Infamous Last Words"
Belgian emcee GUS (a.k.a. the Great UnStoppable) presents the Manu Dewan-directed music video for his I.N.T.-produced new single "Talk It Over", featuring vocals from Lucinda Slim a.k.a. Nia Saw of Zap Mama and backing vocals from U-Gene.
Nico Vega work as a sweet Mariachi band in "Easier."
Hell Yeah rile up a huge crowd with "Drink Drank Drunk."
Bizarre Ride Live is the visually vibrant, aurally astounding, and truly one-of-a-kind tribute to the classic hip-hop album Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde. Playing The Pharcyde's seminal debut in its entirety, from start to finish, original members Fatlip and SlimKid3 have re-joined forces with Bizarre Ride producers J-Sw!ft and L.A. Jay to create this unique spectacular.
Cabby is still at it with this interesting concept of "betrayal vs The Devil" in his latest MV "Choir Music".
Young 1000 ft . Brilliance and Frenchie team up together to turn up the volume for the party of the year.
Katrina returns with "Ready to Love", originally an an impromptu recording that she made with long time friend and British songwriter/electro-pop musician Frankmusik. The music video stars Katrina with her lover as they experience the ups and downs of a relationship featuring MTV Real World alumn Josh Colon.
Charles Walker Band brings jazz to a New York apartment in "Hope" and taking everyone back to the good old days.
Yallwire takes you inside the celebration for Lee Brice's third consecutive number one single, "I Drive Your Truck." Host Stephanie Langston chats with the country singer as to why this song is so special, how is brother plays a roll in the music video, and what you can expect as he hits the road with Brad Paisley.
The Bunny The Bear give a gruesome twist to Shel Silverstein's poem 'The Giving Tree' in the video "In Like Flynn."
INFINITE raps about just being friends while the music video shows a storyline where he is stuck between either staying friends or betraying his friend for a girl.
With amazing dance moves in her music video for "The Girl Can't Help It," Katia Nicole and IM5 member Gabe come together to show that something as small as a little crush can EXPLODE into something huge.
Milwaukee emcee/producer/musician Klassik presents the Xavier Ruffin-directed music video for "Forever Whatever", the second single from his album In The Making. The music video is filled Klassik and dancers dancing to sleek choreography that is further enhanced through split screen, filters, and cgi.
Ty is back with "Let's Start" where the Rapper is in his element and raps to a bouncy beat with a catchy live instrumental flair. The music video match the song with the dancer and animation add a fun side to the music video.
Sacred Mother Tongue is back after a few years with "A Light Will Shine."
"Chillin' On The Scene" is the debut single from West-Coast rap superstar HMFT. The song is an unapologetic California 420 anthem and features a heavy dubstep remix from DJ Qazi.
Jaha creates a dynamic appeal for her worldwide audience in "Tell the World". As she always does, Jaha gives special attention to young people by promoting the power and importance of education, kindness and the idea that believing in yourself will take you a long way.