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Hugh Laurie and Professor Green Release New Music Videos

September 16, 2011, 8:52 am GMT

The 'House M.D.' actor supports his song 'The Whale Has Swallowed Me', while Green promotes his track 'Read All About It'.



Hugh Laurie releases his first music video from debut album "Let Them Talk". The "House M.D." actor keeps things simple yet classy in the music video. He is seen strumming his guitar and delivering his song "The Whale Has Swallowed Me".

"My reverence for this music is bordering on the religious. It means a great deal to me. Just to give you an example of it, on the first day we were going to record, it suddenly hit me I needed to work out what I was going to wear," he told Spinner.

Same simple concept is also presented by Professor Green who debuts a music video for single "Read All About It". The British singer, along with Emeli Sande, get their words out in an abandoned warehouse. The performance scene, however, is intercepted with some narrative footage starring a little kid as a younger version of him.

Green is confirmed to include the song in her second album "At Your Inconvenience" which is due in the United Kingdom on October 31.

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