New Video: Gwen Stefani – ‘Spark The Fire’

Published: Tuesday 2nd Dec 2014 by Sam

It’s here!

Gwen Stefani has officially lit a match under her comeback campaign by unleashing the video for its official first single ‘Spark The Fire’.

The Pharrell Williams produced jam follows buzz cut ‘Baby Don’t Lie’ and is set to sit on the singer’s hotly anticipated third solo album.

Watch the vivid visual after the jump…

We like…the video more than the song. Still, a cool collective effort.

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  1. yasssssssssss B**** December 2, 2014

    hell no !

  2. DanYiel Teflon December 2, 2014

    I’m not interested in any of her sounds…

    • yasssssssssss B**** December 2, 2014


    • Drinkmybussyjuice December 2, 2014

      Im not either. Smh. I just cant grt into her.
      However i do love me some ‘luxurious’

  3. MusicMatters201 December 2, 2014

    The music video gave me a comic book meets VH1’s Pop Up Video. In short a damn mess. HEY! get off my cloud, lmfao!

  4. Nicki Is Queen December 2, 2014

    I liked baby don’t lie but this one… Not so much

  5. sleazy December 2, 2014

    these videos need to stop gwen they a mess geez

  6. iHeart December 2, 2014

    I pray to the music gods that Christina and Pharrell’s collaboration is nothing like this hot mess! I love Gwen but gurl what the hell is this?

  7. BubblePopElectric December 2, 2014

    Idk what you guys are watching but that video was so fresh! It had all the energy and Gwenisms missing from the Baby Dont Lie visual. I’m feeling it!

  8. JOHNVIDAL December 2, 2014

    Not a good song at all. What the hell was this? No Doubt´s last album from a couple of years ago was better (and still didn´t make any impact, but Push and Shove was a great song, I loved the chorus so much).
    The video is cool though. It´s like watching a Katy Perry one but with someone with personality (Gwen).

    • Suicide Blonde December 2, 2014

      The ‘Push and Shove’ album was amazing, very underrated, kind of like Madonna’s ‘MDNA’, who was destroyed by haters, i loved all songs, i agree in one thing tho, Gwen is much better and original with No Doubt, this song is a grower 😀

      • JOHNVIDAL December 2, 2014

        Sorry it is not a grower. It basically has nothing going on for it.
        The Push and Shove album was not amazing imo but a few of the songs were. And yeah Gwen is better with No Doubt. She had one cool and great solo era 10 years ago but nothing else is to worth the mention. With No Doubt she has the classic for life “Don´t Speak” at the very least.

  9. Mark111 December 2, 2014

    I like it. She’s just so original and a head that you guys can’t get with it. This is HER lane, the pop chic with a urban, yet new sound. Gags and Fergie owe their careers to her. FAME jacked L.A.M.E so bad that some songs sounds just like Gwen.

  10. jj December 2, 2014

    Eve collab i want one. This is a great video

  11. TheElusiveLamb December 2, 2014

    I see my fav isn’t the only established artist who is forced to take budget cuts…

  12. Suicide Blonde December 2, 2014

    I love it, the song is cachy as hell, this woman is the definiton of cool.

  13. eugenia December 2, 2014

    I love gwen the song ok but yah she was first urban pop crossover and her influence is still here to day from katy perry to rihanna which i love and more artist ok take the time too look up at gwen style u will see any way im here for her and fergie

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