June 20, 2024


Animated Music Video “Friends” Is Out Now


“Friends” is the beach-y and upbeat answer to those missing their closest friends under lockdowns around the world. Along with a catchy and distorted dance break and a chorus of chanting voices, the track ends up feeling like the late nights of festivals past. – Paper Mag

July 24, 2020 Critically acclaimed pop artist, Jesse McCartney new animated music video for his single “Friends” is out now and featured on Access Hollywood, Hollywood Life, Animated World Network and Digital Trends.

The music video is directed by Nick Peterson and reunites Jesse with Scott Michael Foster, Jacob Zachar, and Paul James, his castmates from the cult favorite ABC Family “Greek” that he guested starred on in 2009.

Since the start of his career, Jesse McCartney has built a catalog of instantly recognizable anthems and captivated audiences on the road and on-screen. His first three albums—the Platinum Beautiful Soul [2004], Right Where You Want Me [2006], and Departure [2008]—consecutively bowed in the Top 15 of the Billboard Top 200 with the singles “Beautiful Soul” minted Gold and “Leavin’” certified Platinum. Other hits include “How Do You Sleep” and “Body Language.”

Highlights of his touring career include packing global headline tours, major college tours, and performing shows for both George W. Bush and Barack Obama. He has supported the likes of New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys.

As a sought-after songwriter, he notably wrote the 4x Platinum GRAMMY® Award-nominated “Bleeding Love” for Leona Lewis.

This year, McCartney beat 16 other celebrities to be the 2nd place winner as The Turtle in Season 3 of Fox’s #1 show, The Masked Singer. In 2018, the one-off single “Better With You” racked up over 40 millions streams and paved the way for his fifth offering. His acting credits have grown to include everything from the TV Series GreekYoung and Hungry, and Fear The Walking Dead to the film Chernobyl Diaries and voicing Theodore in the Alvin and the Chipmunks films. He also  played Roxas/Ventus in gamer favorite Kingdom Hearts as well as Nightwing in the popular series Young Justice, about to have its season 4 premiere.