10 things you need to know about the ‘Hole’
The Hole is the most popular of three new music videos that MTV launched this week featuring the singer/songwriter/actor/activist/dancer/activists/singer/actress/dance partner/actr/drama queen/actor-actress who has taken over the internet.
It’s a mashup of all of the things she’s done over the past few years — from making a documentary about the rise of white power in the U.S. and the rise in violent extremism, to making her own music videos, to acting, and then launching her own YouTube channel.
The new video, which has already been watched more than 20 million times, has become one of the hottest YouTube videos of all time.
It includes the first video of the album “The Holes” (which has since been pulled from YouTube), as well as her song “All My Friends,” which she performed in an hourlong video for “All my Friends” in which she played herself and other women.
“All of my friends, I got to go out and show the world,” she sings in the video, the opening track of the new album.
“You guys don’t know how many black girls you’ve been through, but I don’t care.”
The video, a collaboration between MTV, Vimeo and the Black Women’s Media Center, shows her singing in front of a wall of images of women who were shot, killed, sexually assaulted, or killed by police.
“I can’t even count the number of women that I’ve been shot at or assaulted or raped by,” she says, with a laugh.
She then goes on to sing, “I’ve been in the wrong place at the wrong time.
I can’t stop being me.”
The song has been a smash hit, and it’s the second single from her new album “All The Things You Do.”
The second song, “The Hole,” was the first song released by “All the Things You Should Do.”
It has become the fastest-selling album of all-time.
The “Holes” album has racked up more than three million views and more than 8 million views on YouTube.
But it’s not all good news for the Black woman.
As she sang in the new video about her relationship with Donald Trump, “He told me, ‘You better stay your own person.’
He told me to be my own woman,” she continued, to applause.
“And I’m not.”
“He’s the most powerful man in the world.
I want to show the whole world that,” she added, with her hands up in a pose that seemed to mock him.
“That I’m still the same woman that I was when I was with Donald, that I still love him and I still care for him.
And I want everyone to know that.”
This is what I know, said the “Hole” singer, adding, “And you know what?
It’s gonna be okay.”
“All I wanted was to be able to make music.
I wanted to be a real performer,” she said.
But her success is not just about her music.
It was a way to be in the mainstream.
In fact, she says that she was inspired to make the video after she saw a TV interview with the singer, Beyoncé, in which the rapper said that she wasn’t a real artist because she was so popular.
“She was saying that I wasn’t good enough,” she recalled.
“The fact that Beyoncé was saying this, I was thinking, Wow, this is why Beyoncé is good, because she has so much money.”
Beyoncé made an appearance on “This Week” this week, saying that she and the “honest, kind, kind” “Homesick” singer/soul singer/actor was “the most beautiful woman I know.”
And the video was also made by the same people who helped create her music video for her new song “Bitch Better Have My Money.”
But that wasn’t enough for “Hells.”
As “Housesick” came to an end on Monday, it’s now the third song to go platinum.
And this week’s “Hoes” album was her most successful album to date.
She was nominated for an Oscar for best actor in a musical and she won an Emmy for best supporting actress in a TV series.
“Holds you accountable for your actions, makes you accountable to society,” she told Billboard.
“It gives you a platform to be heard and to have your voice heard.
It is so empowering.”
But this wasn’t the only song that MTV released this week.
“Love in the Time of the Doctor” by “Hometown Hero” went platinum on Tuesday, as well.
“Everytime I listen to this, that song, I feel like I’m getting closer to something,” “Hates” singer Lili Allen said in a statement