Hot Male Videos

1.   Justin   Timberlake   -   Sexy   Back: 


- “Sexy Back” is Justin Timberlake's first single promoted from his “FutureSex/LoveSounds” (2006) studio album


- At 33, Timberlake is one of the most appreciated artists and actors worldwide, being considered one of the sexiest male artists ever


- The video was shot in June 2006, in a luxurious building from Barcelona, Spain, alongside Spanish actress Elena Anaya and director Michael Haussman


- The song received the “Best Dance Recording” trophy at the Grammys in 2007  


- “Sexy Back” is JT's first single to peak #1 in Billboard Hot 100, remaining there for seven consecutive weeks.   


2.   Jared   Leto   (Thirty   Seconds   To   Mars)   -   Night   of   the   Hunter   (LIVE):  


- “Night of the Hunter” it's the last single promoted from Thirty Seconds to Mars' third studio album - “This Is War” (2011)


- The song was written by band's vocalist, Jared Leto (42), a chameleonic artist, both in terms of look and activities, being not only a musician, but also an actor, producer, director, activist, philanthropist and businessman  


- The band didn't shot a video for “Night of the Hunter”, in spite of  Leto declaring that anytime they play the song live in front of the crowds, his mind gets bombarded with different video scripts 


- The live concert was organised by VEVO under the name of CHURCH OF MARS and filmed on May 14th, 2013 in St. Peter's Church from Chelsea, New York


- The concert was organised and filmed for promotional purposes of the tracks from their latest album “LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS”, which was about to be released in one week, at that date. 


3.  Bruno   Mars   –   Gorilla: 


- Written by Bruno Mars, Philip Lawrence and Ari Levine, “Gorilla” is the forth single released from “Unorthodox Jukebox” (2012) and the first one composed by Mars for this album


- "Gorilla", one of the HOTTEST videos released in the past few years, was directed by Mars himself and Cameron Duddy; the search for the perfect strip club was pointless, so they decided to build one: "a joint that seemed like it was lifted straight out of Havana, dark and sweaty and seemingly untouched by time"


- Freida Pinto plays the female lead role, while the jealous stripper is played by Muriel Villera


- The video shooting didn't lack out of incidents. At the sparkles scene, when Freida sheds her clothes, she got burned, luckily not to bad, but the guitarist got dangerously close to having his head burned 


- Bruno Mars (28) is one of the most wished-for bachelors, having more than 50 million fans on Facebook, where he premiered the video prior to uploading it on YouTube, raising over a million views in just one hour.    


4.  Robin   Thicke   feat.   T.I.   &   Pharrell   –   Blurred   Lines:


-  “Blurred Lines” has been the featuring of 2013, with Robin Thicke as the main artist plus T.I. and Pharrell Williams, as featured artists


- Robin Thicke (37) is a freshly divorced bachelor, with his musical career started 20 years ago, having millions of fans all over the world 


- The video was directed by Diane Martel and released on March 20, 2013 in two versions: a topless and a censored one


- The three girls from the video are models in their real life, as well: Emily Ratajkowski, Jessi M'Bengue, and Elle Evans (topless)


- The song conquered the charts from all over the world, peaking #1 in most of the territories and receiving nominations for “Record of the Year” and “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance” at the Grammys. 


5. Jay-Z   –   99   Problems: 


- The chorus hook "I got 99 problems but a bitch ain't one" is taken from the Ice-T single "99 Problems"


- It is one of the most discussed songs of the decade, written by the prolific rapper Jay-Z (44), who forms one of the most appreciated couples in the music business, with his wife, Beyonce


- The black and white video shooting took place mostly on the streets of Brooklyn, New York, with producer Rick Rubin appearing as well; it presents the story of a young black man having racial troubles with a cop


- The video was awarded for Best Rap Video, Best Director, Best Editing and Best Cinematography at MTV Video Music Awards 2005


- “99 problems” came in at #2 in Rolling Stones' Top 100 songs of '00s, also holding the 172 position in Top 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.  

Hot Male