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Is Brooklyn Beckham trying to become the fifth member of the British group The Vamps? Probably not. Victoria and David’s eldest son and Vamps guitarist James McVey are buddies and often appear in each other’s social media accounts. #BFFS It was only a matter of time before Beckham would pop up in one of the band’s clips.

After firing off a flare gun on his rooftop, Brooklyn jumps off, joining the group while they walk through a suburban neighborhood. Who knew the 16-year-old had such parkour skills? The Frank Borin-directed clip eventually leads to an epic rooftop party in Los Angeles.

Considering Beckham doesn’t do much else, he sure gets plenty of screentime. Check out the “Wake Up” music video below.

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Writing’s On The Wall” hasn’t made much of an impact stateside (yet) unlike it’s predecessor “Skyfall” by Adele which do so immediately. Admittedly, I didn’t instantly fall in love with Sam Smith’s 007 track, but it’s slowly growing on me. The recently-dropped music video is pitch perfect and makes me appreciate the single more. Exactly what a music video is supposed to do.

Luke Monaghan who directed Smith’s “I’m Not The Only One” films the 23-year-old singer visiting various spots throughout Rome. In between clips of Sam dramatically lip syncing, footage from Spectre are shown. More specifically, scenes of Daniel Craig bedding his new Bond Girls- Monica Bellucci and Léa Seydoux.

Fittingly enough, the “Writing’s On The Wall” visual premiered today on Global James Bond Day– the theatrical release anniversary of Dr. No. Check out the clip below which perfectly captures the mood and drama of Smith’s soundtrack contribution.

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Little Mix needs to look at their pop counterparts for tips on how to handle shady fellas. Each member of the British quartet are duped by the same dude in their latest visual. Jade, Leigh-Anne, Perrie and Jade need to exact some girl power revenge on him for standing them up at senior prom. #unforgivable.

Love Me Like You” is the official follow-up to their chart-topping Get Weird lead cut, “Black Magic.” The bewitching single did quite well internationally, with exception stateside. It only peaked at No. 67 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Sadly, I don’t think their new doo-wop-tinged number will fair much better in the US. I personally like it and think it’s cute, but I just can’t see it being their breakout hit in America. However, I could see it doing gangbusters in their native UK.

Check out the adorable clip below directed by Sarah McColgan. The vintage vibe really compliments the throwback single quite well.

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Given it’s title, I was expecting SLASH hoping for a visual all about male objectification. Sadly, wah, wah, wah. Why you gotta tease me like that Lana?

While there are some moments of men playing hoops included, the music video for “Music To Watch Boys To” focuses mostly on women swimming. There’s also clips of flocks of flamingos. Totally random, but that’s what one has come to expect from a Lana Del Rey video.

“Music to Watch Boys To” is the latest off her Honeymoon LP. It reunites Del Rey with her “Summertime Sadness” co-writer Rick Nowels. Check out her new video below. Lana, as always, looks as stunning as ever.

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Following in the footsteps of Rihanna, Ellie Goulding, Lana Del Rey and bestie Taylor Swift, the Kiwi singer is the latest pop star to play the vengeful vixen. At first glance, Lorde appears to be the other woman getting hot and heavy with a married man. We later learn, the 18-year-old is a cold-hearted assassin hired by the man’s wife to punish him for his philandering ways.

No disrespect to Sam Smith and Disclosure’s other collaborators, but “Magnets” is my favorite cut so far from their forthcoming album Caracal. This has massive potential to become a huge hit for both acts. God knows Lorde needs one. Her Mockingjay track “Yellow Flicker Beat” didn’t exactly burn up the charts like her breakthrough “Royals.”

I’ve never seen Lorde look so glamorous and put together. Fear not Lorde disciples, the Kiwi’s signature stroke-like dance moves haven’t gone away. Check out the revenge clip below.

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JoJo’s long-overdue comeback is in full swing. The 24-year-old singer just debuted the first visual off her much-buzzed about Tringle release. “When Love Hurts,” my favorite cut, gets the honor.

Directed by Patrick ‘Embryo’ Tapu, the visual finds the “Too Little, Too Late” vocal powerhouse in an abandoned warehouse voguing up a storm with a bunch of neutral-dressed dancers. There’s no real narrative but nonetheless it’s still an effective clip for the killer track.

Check out the music video below. JoJo serves up hand choreography and legs for days. Welcome back, girrrrrl!!!

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Toni will always and forever rank as my favorite Braxton sister, but lil sis Tamar is quickly gaining ground. The Real co-host’s facial expressions during her live performances and music videos are everything. It’s like watching a sassy drag queen trapped in a woman’s body. God bless ;)

The 38-year-old R&B singer drops her new album, Calling All Lovers, on October 2. Technically, “Angels & Demons” is just a buzz single, but that hasn’t stopped Tamar from dropping a music clip for the dancehall-tinged track.

Braxton definitely took in the sights while filming in the Dominican Republic. She surrounds herself with local fruits and vegetables, little children and shirtless buff men. Dibs on the latter. Check out the fabulously random visual below.

In other Tamar-related news, another track from her forthcoming LP has leaked. “Circles” is a beautiful mid-tempo ballad about a dead-end relationship. We’ve all been there, right? Give it a sample below.

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Nick Carter Debuts Sweet New Track ‘I Will Wait’

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Well, this is an unexpected surprise. “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” this is not.

Just because Nick Carter is currently competing on Dancing With The Stars, it doesn’t mean he’s neglecting his recording career. Given the visible platform, wisely, he’s dropped a brand new single and it’s surprisingly tenderly romantic.

I Will Wait” is an acoustic piece that shows off Carter’s mature side. It’s off his upcoming third solo album titled, All American. The Kevin Estrada-directed clip shows an elderly couple in love. In between those scenes, the 35-year-old is shown strumming a guitar on a stark set. Check it out below.

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