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God bless her little heart. Despite her new album doing poorly in sales, even in the UK where she’s found moderate success as a solo artist, Nicole Scherzinger is still churning out music videos for singles off Big Fat Lie, hoping one of them sticks. Gotta love her determination.

Naturally, with none of the previous tracks doing that well, there probably wasn’t much money left for another visual. Doesn’t matter to the 36-year-old former Pussycat Doll. She manages, what I assume, was a shoestring budget into something simple yet an entertaining visual.

Scherzy shows off her killer silhouettes and dance moves that Ciara would be proud of, with not much more than some colorful lighting and one backup dancer. Check our her new video for “Bang” below.

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Nicki Minaj’s The Pinkprint In Stores Now

In: Donovan, Music

Nicki Minaj drops her third studio album, The Pinkprint, in stores today. After venturing with Europop fare like “Starships” and “Pound The Alarm” on her previous LP, the 32-year-old femcee returns to her raw hip-hop roots.

Early reviews are raving about Minaj’s surprisingly introspective work, with some calling it the best of her career. Wise move on Nicki’s part to grab everyone’s attention with the butt anthem, “Anaconda,” to lure them in with her more personal tracks.

The Pinkprint which was inspired by Jay-Z’s The Blueprint, features some big hitters including Ariana Grande, Beyonce, Jeremih, Drake, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Meek Mill and Skylar Grey. She previously told Complex that her hopes for the album is to inspire female rappers one day to be able to pattern themselves with what she’s done, much like what Jay-Z did for male rappers with The Blueprint.

“I have no idea what he was doing before The Blueprint dropped. It’s not that literal. People keep asking me about Jay’s The Blueprint and they think I’m doing something like that. I made reference to The Blueprint because Jay is the biggest rapper of our time. The name of the album was inspired by Jay but not the body of work. I do think that it’s going to create new rules, though, in [the way] that [The Blueprint did].”

While I enjoyed her pop hits like “Pound The Alarm,” I really feelin’ her new tracks. Be sure to check out Nicki’s new album. It’s quite fantastic. Check out the music videos released thus far off the album below.

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The unlikeliest hit of the year keeps on surprising. After debuting at No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100, Jennifer Lawrence’s “The Hanging Tree” held up pretty well in its second week, staying strong at No. 15.

I wonder if Lorde is at all annoyed that her heavily hyped “Yellow Flicker Beat” off the soundtrack stalled at No. 34. At least the Kiwi scored a Golden Globe nomination for her contribution. Not a bad consolation prize.

With a killer dance remix courtesy of DJ Shahaf Moran, J-Law stands a good chance of making her way over to Billboard’s Dance Chart. The Israeli producer stays true to the original but amps it up with club-ready beats. It’s mysterious, haunting and primed to be an anthem at your local dance haunts.

If Katniss and her rebellion ever had downtime, I could totally see them raving out on MDMA to this. Give it a listen below.

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It appears that Beyonce has started another trend ie. “7/11.” Like Queen Bey, Ariana Grande recruits her backup dancers and friends for a low budget, seemingly caz, music video. The 21-year-old chanteuse has a good ole sleepover complete with those plush animal hats and festive clothing.

With only days before Christmas, I was wondering if Grande was ever going to release a visual for the holiday track. She’s definitely cutting close. I suppose with her busy schedule, this informal quick and dirty clip was a good route to go. Overall, it’s nice to see a more casual side of Grande. I especially like the last two minutes of blooper and outtakes.

Watch her new clip below and see how mini Mimi’s Yuletide clip compares to Mariah Carey’s classic “All I Want for Christmas Is You” visual.

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Facebook 2014 Year In Review

In: Celeb Gossip & News, Donovan, Movies, Music, TV Shows

Earlier this week, Facebook released their annual list revealing the most popular media of 2014 on the social networking site. Game of Thrones took top honors in television while Frozen and “Happy” by Pharrell Williams earned top placement on the movie and songs Top 10 list respectively.

The category on their annual review that intrigued me most was their compilation of the moments we shared in 2014 that affected, shocked and entertained us all. Serious fare such as the ebola virus outbreak and conflict in Gaza along with lighthearted moments like the 2014 World Cup and the viral sensation, the ice bucket challenge, earned a slot.

Find out below what topped their Top 10 Topics of the Year list, along with the remainder of the Top 10 lists for movies, television, songs and celebrities.

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The YouTube sensation with the million dollar bubble butt, aka Bryan Hawn, is back with another parody. With the help of his buddy Colby Peters, the two show off their love in the most heterosexual way in their version of “Bromance.” From working out in sexual-looking positions, to pillow fights wearing just underwear or taking a dip in a pool, Colby and Bryan show exactly how far their affection goes.

At first, I thought “Bromance” was an original song by them, but apparently it’s a legit song from Ryan Higa and Chester See. Never heard of it? Neither have I, but apparently the video has over 25 million views and even has a cameo by Wayne Brady. I must be getting old :)

Check Hawn’s sexy spoof below. Though there’s no nudity, be forewarned there is plenty of side views of his bare buttocks. Proceed with caution. Speaking of which, if you want glutes like his, he shares his secret ass workouts.

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As much as I tried to fight it, Taylor Swift’s new album 1989 has won me over. Damn the 24-year-old singer for making such extremely-listenable and catchy tracks. Naturally, since I’m now a fan of the album, I’m inclined to check out anything remotely related to it. Ergo this post.

YouTube star Sam Tsui, along with the guitar skills of Kurt Hugo Schneider, pay homage to the best-selling album by covering all the tracks in an amazing mashup. Astonishingly, they do it all in just a little over three minutes and so seamlessly. Check it out below.

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After scoring six Grammy nominations including Album of the Year and Best New Artist, naturally Sam Smith would want to celebrate. The 22-year-old singer takes a break from filming emotional heart wrenching videos for more lighter fare. He just released the visual for “Like I Can,” another gem off his amazing In The Lonely Hour debut.

Directed by Sophie Muller, a dressed up Smith steps out on the town with his equally dapper mates. They start off partaking in an Italian dinner before hitting the streets of New York City, including a stop by the Brooklyn Bridge. Watch Sam and his boys down shots, climb fire escapes and dance the night away. Watch the video below.

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