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As many of you know, I’m inexplicably infatuated with Mr. Worldwide. Maybe one day, I can get to the bottom of it. Until then, expect to see anything Pitbull-related on the site.

The 33-year-old rapper is usually seen accompanied by scantily-clad women in his music videos. He trades in his trademark video hos in his latest visual for some adorable animated penguins. Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private to be exact.

Celebrate” is a family-friendly pop jam for the new animated movie Penguins of Madagascar. It’ll also appear on his forthcoming album Globalization due out November 24. As you’d expect, the video is a tad cheesy but appropriate given its purpose. With that said, I can still see it being a club anthem at every club down on South Beach. Give it a view below.

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Ricky Martin Rocks A Mustache For Adios Music Video

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What’s better than one Ricky Martin? How about five of them? The 42-year-old Latin superstar takes on different personas in his newest video, “Adios.”

Director Ethan Ladder transports Martin to an old school speakeasy for the clip. Ricky swivels his sexy hips while scantily-clad women surround him. Truthfully, it could pass for “Livin’ La Vida Loca” Part 2. Branch out a little creatively, Ricky!!! Since the entire world knows he’s gay, how about replacing the ladies with video hos of the male variety? Right?

Check out Ricky rocking out the mustache in the video below. I have to say, he looks pretty damn fine. A little sinister but that’s how I like em ;)

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Whenever Gwen Stefani enlists Pharrell Williams to produce a track, magic occurs. “Hollaback Girl” and “Wind It Up” are just two great examples. While the No Doubt frontwoman’s comeback single “Baby Don’t Lie” has divided music enthusiasts, “Spark The Fire,” produced by Pharrell, will please many of her longtime fans.

The hip hop-influenced song is very reminiscent of her earlier solo work. “It literally is the song that explains everything that’s going on in my life right now in this surreal way,” Gwen explains about the track. She shared a minute-long snippet on Ryan Seacrest’s KIIS FM show.

In addition to teasing her new track, the 45-year-old singer premiered the music video for “Baby Don’t Lie.” It features Stefani walking through a neon graphic jungle filled with abstract and geometric shapes. Check out the Sophie Muller-directed graphic clip below, along with the preview of “Spark The Fire.”

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Wisely, Clean Bandit decided to team up again with Jess Glynne. I love Glynne’s voice and have no doubt without her vocals on “Rather Be,” the track wouldn’t have become that global smash that it was. “Real Love” is off Clean Bandit’s reissue of their debut album New Eyes. Currently, the track is only slated for European release.

As opposed to their “Rather Be” video which featured a Japanese fan becoming delirious and experiencing hallucinations, the group went with a decidedly more romantic vibe for their new visual. It features various couples kissing outside the El Rey Theatre at of one of their concerts while the band performs inside.

Check out the feel-good vid below. Jack Patterson directed the clip.

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Some longtime viewers of American Horror Story have taken issue with Ryan Murphy changing the show’s theme music for Freak Show. Turns out there’s a reason why.

Season 3 Voice standout Melanie Martinez released her debut EP earlier this year. One track featured on the well-received offering was “Carousel.” Being a fan of the show, Martinez reached out to the show’s producers about using her spooky gypsy-sounding track once she heard of the upcoming theme. A couple of days before the promo aired, the network finally reached out to her. Naturally, she was ecstatic “The whole thing was just crazy,” she told HuffPo.

Melanie just released the accompanying visual for “Carousel.” Naturally it’s set in a carnival environment filled with all things spooky. Directed by Adam Donald, Melanie chases a buff blond guy who ends up deceiving her. Though the clip and beat have an eerie feel, the lyrics are quite sad, comparing the search for true love to going round and round aimlessly on a carousel. Give the entertaining visual a watch below.

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Alex & Sierra first premiered “Little Did You Know” back in July as a promotional single for pre-ordering their debut album, It’s About Us. I immediately became obsessed with it. The heartwarming ballad is exactly why I fell in love with the adorable duo on The X Factor in the first place. With their album released this week, Alex Kinsey and Sierra Deaton debuted the video for the song. It appears they’ve promoted the song as an official single. Wise move.

The clip follows the real life couple on one very long night in separate locations. Eventually, they meet up for a touching adorable moment. These two are just too cute for words. I really hope Simon Cowell does all he can to help them out. The album is understated but phenomenal.

On the US iTunes, it’s so far peaked at No. 13. In other territories it’s faring better, topping the charts in Brazil and South Africa and breaking the Top 10 in New Zealand, Singapore and Peru to name a few.

Check out the Jay Martin-directed “Little Did You Know” video below. They also uploaded several tracks off their debut LP on Vevo. Be sure to sample it out.

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Cheryl Cole who simply goes by Cheryl these days drops her fourth studio album titled Only Human on November 10. The 31-year-old is in hardcore promotional mode in hopes of scoring solid first week sales. More power to ya gurrrrrl!!!

In the past week, she’s released the music video for the breezy upbeat “I Don’t Care” and the electro ballad title track “Only Human.” Now comes an out of left field cover of TLC’s empowering “Unpretty” mashed with Beyonce’s “Pretty Hurts.”

The result is neither here nor there for me. I like Cheryl, but don’t think the vocals are on point with her acoustic rendition. Watch it below and see if you agree with my thoughts. I’ve also added Cheryl’s recently released new tracks off Only Human as well. Enjoy.

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The last time Pharrell Williams collaborated with Daft Punk the inescapable hit, “Get Lucky,” was born. Williams once again works with the French duo on “Gust of Wind,” the fourth single off his sophomore album G I R L. It most likely won’t earn the same critical and commercial acclaim like “Get Lucky,” but it’s still an enjoyable listen and the accompanying visual, an entertaining watch.

Daft Punk never appears in the clip but make their presence known as a pair of illuminated helmet-shaped boulders floating in the sky. Shaun of the Dead’s Edgar Wright directs the forest dance party which finds Pharrell hanging out with a bevy of aerialists and dancers on a mountainside.

Known for his unique sense of style, Pharrell’s fashion statement in the video are oversized safety pins accessorizing his sweater. I’m kinda missing his Vivienne Westwood-designed Arby’s-looking chapeau. Anyone else? Check out the fun clip below.

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