A couple of months ago, I had a post featuring the music of Hip-Hop artist Johnny Dangerous. Well, five months ago, and it is long past time I kicked off another weekend with more of his music. So this Friday morning is a great time to start your weekend with a little attitude, a lotta energy, and a sexy good time. And when it comes to Johnny and his music, that is what you are going to get. Before we get started, I will say both his music and videos are not safe for work, nor child-friendly. But they are meant for consenting adults, like some of the best things in life. I will begin with the music video that first introduced me to the handsome man, if my memory serves me right. A while ago, when Logo was still pretending to be a network supporting the LGBT community, they would play music videos, and it was there I say "Dirty Is The New Black", a single off the 2008 album, 'White Hot'. In the music video, Johnny takes it underground - literally - as it starts with him taking a stroll through an underground structure, shedding a little light on the dirty secrets some might hold about their sex lives. It certainly doesn't stay there, heading out to the stores, and to the clubs. The video was produced by Tori Fixx, and directed by Brian Lange. It also features the talents of God-des & She. Johnny Dangerous wants you to release your inner freak in "Dirty Is The New Black".
In our next clip, Johnny continues with that raunchy edge on "(Wan Dat) Azz Iz". The music video was directed by Jaybones of the Butterhouse, and was shot in the best clubs Chicago had to offer. When speaking about the song, Johnny definitely had a point of view he wanted to share. "I wanted to make a fun, party club record" he explained, "one that makes you want to get up and shake your ass, regardless of where you are!" And that he does, with a great song and music video for "(Wan Dat) Azz Iz".
With the next song, we once again see Johnny doesn't mind sharing some screen time with other talented artists. The music video for "Hotline" was shot on location in Chicago, and feature's UK's QBoy and New York City's Soce, the Elemental Wizard. Once again, it was directed by Jaybones for Butterhouse Studios. Johnny gives new meaning to hot phone conversations, as he lays out for us all just what he enjoys with a partner. QBoy isn't shy either, and you can see with the music video for "Hotline", featuring QBoy and Soce, the Elemental Wizard.
Finally, this is not a song off 'White Hot', but a single from 2011. "Work" is one again sexy with some raunchy special sauce, but I wouldn't expect anything different. I mean, when Johnny explains he likes him men "you, dumb, and thick", you know he means business. The song is a collaboration between Dangerous and Tori Fixx, with a stronger electronic, industrial feel than the others.
The first three songs can be found on the album 'White Hot', which can be purchased on iTunes, CD Baby, and Amazon. To purchase the single "Work", you can find it on iTunes, CD Baby, and Amazon. For more about Johnny Dangerous, visit his official website. You can also 'like' him on Facebook, and 'follow' him on Twitter.