2012 NewNowNext Awards
|Date: April 9, 2012 (Taped April 5, 2012)|
Event: 2012 NewNowNext Awards (Trespassing Promo)
Type: Award Show
Venue: Avalon Hollywood
City: Los Angeles
Country: United States
Adam performs "Trespassing" on TV for the first time for Logo's 2012 NewNowNext Awards. This ultra-hot performance features a blistering set of vocals, and is accompanied by new musical director Brian London on keys, and, backup singers Octavia Latrice and Keisha Renee.
- Terra's YouTube playlist
- Director's cut (broadcast version) of Trespassing on Logo (432p)
- Web preview version of Trespassing video on Logo (720p)
- VOB cap of broadcast by @ScorpioBert
- HQ audience audio Ripped losslessly by Terra from YouTube
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Improved audio only
- Trespassing M4A audio edited by Terra Merged the opening notes of the broadcast, director's cut version with the better sounding (less audience noise) preview version that had missing notes. This was all done by manually cutting and replacing, without any transcoding so there is no quality loss.
Best of web videos with improved audio (Terra's edit)
Note: These combine most of the HD720p web preview video with the lower res 432p version, and improved audio for the best visual/audio experience. The segments of Adam placing his hands on his waist and Andrej Pejic dancing to Trespassing, which were removed from the broadcast version, have been re-added to the video. The video also features more of Ashley grooving to the music.
- With full introduction from Kelly in HD 720p
- Without introduction from Kelly in HD 720p | iPhone-compatible 360p
Broadcast version with improved audio
- Broadcast version of Trespassing with improved audio (432p Web version with full introduction from Kelly)
- Note that the Director's cut audio isn't as good as the Preview version due to the extra audience noise.