1. “Never Make a Promise”
The video features Michelle Thomas as Jazz’s girlfriend.
2. “5 Steps”
Celebrity personality Claudia Jordan plays Nokio’s love interest.
3. “How Deep Is Your Love”
This features a scene with Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker from the movie Rush Hour.
4. “I Love You”
The “I Love You” video has more than 6,000,000 views on YouTube and spent 13 weeks on the Billboard chart.
5. “These Are the Times”
This video was inspired by the movie The Man in the Iron Mask, starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
6. “In My Bed”
“In My Bed” spent 25 weeks on the Billboard charts and peaked at No. 4.
7. “Wild Wild West”
Will Smith’s song features Dru Hill, Stevie Wonder, and Kool Moe Dee, and the Baltimore quartet performed it with Smith at the 1999 MTV Movie Awards.
8. “We’re Not Making Love No More”
This song was released as a single as part of the soundtrack to the movie Soul Food.
9. “You Are Everything”
This video, which premiered in 1999, features rapper Ja Rule.
10. “Love MD”
“Love MD” was Dru Hill’s first single with new member Tao.
Thursday, Feb 23rd
Khraungbin is a three-piece band from Texas and bills itself as “taking influence from 1960s Thai funk.” It’s an accurate description, but it’s also like describing a Kaleidoscope as an...
Tuesday, Feb 21st
Things got weird in Vegas this weekend as the Boognish rose for three straight days at The Bowl. Ween‘s first visit to Sin City since Vegoose 2005 painted the town...
Tuesday, Feb 21st
If you love reggae, consistently quote Bob Marley lyrics, but haven’t heard of The Skatalites, there might be a problem. Having performed in Jamaica since 1964, The Skatalites remain legendary...
Wednesday, Feb 15th
The Benevento/Russo Duo is a two person band comprised of Marco Benevento & Joe Russo. If you’re not already aware, they’re going to blow the roof off of Brooklyn Bowl...
Tuesday, Feb 14th
The one and only Phil Lesh, founding bassist of the Grateful Dead, commanded Brooklyn Bowl the last two nights, backed by Terrapin Crossroad’s own Terrapin Family Band. The guys played...
Friday, Feb 3rd
Last night former Kiss guitarist “Space Ace” or “The Spaceman,” Ace Frehley, turned Sin City into Shred City with a full band at the wheel churning out classic hits like...
Thursday, Feb 2nd
Brooklyn Bowl is offering internships for the Marketing department at our New York venue! We’re looking for dedicated music lovers who are eager to get their feet wet in the...
Wednesday, Feb 1st
There are few great American songbooks like that of The Grateful Dead and we could not be more humbled and honored to host 2 nights of music with Phil Lesh &...
Tuesday, Jan 31st
We’re still trippin’ from Juicy J’s charged performance at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas this past Friday, January 27. Following a set from rapper Belly, the veteran emcee delivered hit after...
Monday, Jan 30th
Brooklyn Bowl was electrified with pure disco energy last weekend, many thanks to the power house that is Escort. Their signature disco sound had everyone grooving and we’ve got some...
Friday, Jan 27th
Earlier this month Las Vegas welcomed a slew of techies arriving for CES, the electronics and technology trade-show that takes place here every January. For the second year in a row,...
Tuesday, Jan 24th
All photos courtesy of Marc Millman :: www.marcmillmanphotos.com :: Instagram: @marcmillmanphotos Jans Ingber, former lead singer of The Motet, returned to Brooklyn Bowl this past Saturday night with yet another remarkable...