Directed by Va$htie GCH dropped the sequel to their 2005 breakout album, The Papercut Chronicles II, last year, and here are the latest set of visuals from it. PREVIOUS: Gym Class Heroes – The Fighter f. Ryan Tedder (BTS Video)
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Gym Class Heroes give fans an official behind the scenes look at their latest music video for "The Fighter", the latest single off the band's Papercut Chronicles 2 LP. PREVIOUS: Gym Class Heroes – Ass Back Home f. Neon Hitch (Video)
Live from Indianapolis, B.o.B and GCH took the stage at the 2012 VH1 Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam concert. Up top, B.o.B comes out to Don't Let Me Fall. While the rest are included down bottom.
I'm not sure if this is the official video or the "lyrics" version that everybody seems to do these days, but regardless here's a chance to listen to the latest single from GCH off their upcoming The Papercut Chronicles II project dropping November 15th. PREVIOUS: Gym Class Heroes – Life Goes On f. Oh Land
New single off GCH's upcoming album, The Papercut Chronicles II, dropping November 15th (pre-orders available now) on Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen. PURCHASE: Gym Class Heroes - Life Goes On f. Oh Land
Brand new stream off GCH's upcoming album, The Papercut Chronicles II, dropping November 15th on Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen. Pre-orders available now. PREVIOUS: Gym Class Heroes – Stereo Hearts f. Adam Levine (Video)
The first set of visuals from the sequel to GCH's The Papercut Chronicles II, set to drop later this year. DOWNLOAD: Gym Class Heroes – Stereo Hearts f. Adam Levine
While out in Chicago for the Slurpee 7-Eleven Mixmaker, Gym Class Heroes' Travie McCoy and Matt McGinley sit down with GWHH to talk about their upcoming album, The Papercut Chronicles 2. PREVIOUS: Gym Class Heroes – Stereo Hearts f. Adam Levine
GCH has returned with their latest single off their upcoming The Papercut Chronicles II. "Viva La White Girl" is still my shit, though. Props to Just Jared. DOWNLOAD: Gym Class Heroes - Stereo Hearts f. Adam Levine | Mediafire
Before most of the mainstream world was introduced to the Gym Class Heroes through (the re-release of) Cupid's Chokehold; plenty of folks had been listening for years. Their 2005 release, The Papercut Chronicles, is a vastly different sounding album than what a lot of people have related GCH to. Far less pop and much more emotion.
The gym class hero's Lazarus is out now, and I had no idea that it was. Damn Alzheimer's. PREVIOUS: Travie McCoy – Dr. Feel Good f. Cee-Lo