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I’m kinda obsessed with this right now and can’t get enough.

English singer and songwriter Jasmine Thompson originally recorded a cover of Chaka Khan’s “Ain’t Nobody” a couple of years ago. Her rendition cracked the UK Top 40. It’s shocking how much she sounds like Ellie Goulding.

German producer Felix Jaehn has given her cover new life and transformed into a slinky chill dance jam. I fully expect with this makeover, it’ll become an even bigger hit than previously. Check out the cute clip below.

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These days, Taylor Swift makes headlines more for the group of girls she hangs out with, instead of her love life. Naturally, like many times previously, she’s using her personal life as inspiration for her new music video.

The visual for “Bad Blood” won’t debut until the 2015 Billboard Music Awards on May 17, but anticipation is already quite feverish. The clip will showcase a star-studded group of ladies including Zendaya, Cara Delevingne, Selena Gomez, Hayley Williams, Lily Aldridge and many more.

“The never-before-seen video includes multiple starring roles played by a cast of Golden Globe winners, Emmy winners, Grammy winners, an Oscar nominee, blockbuster movie stars, as well as both new and iconic supermodels.” – Press Release

With Taylor reuniting with her “Blank Space” director, Joseph Khan, for this new clip, you just know it’s going to be epic. Check out some of the Sin City-like posters below introducing the characters Swift and company will play. Tay’s alter ego is ‘Catastrophe.’

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The disco throwback title track off Giorgio Moroder’s forthcoming album has really grown on me. It’s fantastic. “Deja Vu” could easily become the legendary Italian producer’s second consecutive single to top the Billboard Dance/Club chart, after the Kylie Minogue-assisted “Right Here, Right Now.” The newly-dropped visual should help its chart performance.

Directed by Alexandra Dahlström, the clip begins with a man with a bouquet of flowers in a cab driven by Moroder. When he arrives at his destination, he bumps into a parade of women wearing Sia’s signature platinum blond wig. It’s like Groundhog Day but with Sia lookalikes all over the place.

I love how Moroder caters his visuals for his featured artist. Both “Right Here, Right Now” and “Deja Vu” clips look like something each lady would film on their own. Check out the video below.

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Sometimes scoring a smash hit right off the bat can be a double-edged sword. You get the taste of success immediately but trying to recapture the magic can prove difficult sometimes.

Mika’s had a couple of solid releases including “We Are Golden” and “Popular Song” featuring Ariana Grande, but nothing has topped the charts like “Grace Kelly.” The lead cut off his upcoming fourth studio album, No Place In Heaven, is a bit reminiscent of his breakout hit. Could “Talk About You” be his comeback?

The 31-year-old drops an equally solid clip to support the single. He playfully navigates himself through a colorful cardboard landscape. It’s simple but very well executed. In today’s music landscape, naturally there’s some product placement. There’s no Beats By Dre in sight, but instead a strategically placed SWATCH watch and vehicle are present.

Check out the KT Auleta-directed clip below. If you love fashion, Mika rocks a parade of slick suits. Me likey. Mika’s new album drops on June 15, 2015.

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Hilary Duff Teases ‘Sparks’ Music Video

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After dropping the stark black-and-white lyric video last week, Hilary Duff opts for color for the official music video. And a lot of that to boot. It all now makes sense as to why the 27-year-old singer has been sporting various colorful locks the past few weeks.

Duff shared a few pics and teaser clip for her forthcoming visual via Twitter. She also revealed the video director is Hannah Lux Davis who’s given us “Love Me Harder” (Ariana Grande), “2 On” (Tinashe) and “Bang Bang” (Jessie J) to name a few. Whet your appetite with a taste below until the full version arrives.

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Ever wondered what ‘Coachella gone goth‘ looks like? Wonder no more. Simply watch Adam Lambert’s stylish new clip for “Ghost Town.” The 33-year-old entertainer described the clip in those very words to Entertainment Tonight.

On The Video Concept

“I wanted to bring in some cool people so that everyone could feel like they were a part of this thing,” Lambert says. “No matter who you were, no matter how old or your race or your sexual orientation or anything, I want it to feel very melting pot.”

After seeing Jack White’s “Freedom at 21″ clip, Lambert reached out to its director Hype Williams to collaborate with. Given the iconic director’s past work, I was expecting more. Though there’s nothing groundbreaking about the black-and-white video, I will say it’s very stylish and suits the Max Martin-produced track well. Check it out below.

On How He Felt When He Came Across Madonna’s Similarly-Titled Single

“This was done, it was mixed, we had already decided that it was the first single and then December rolled around and I opened up my laptop and looked on iTunes and there was another ‘Ghosttown,'” he says. “It was funny to me because I’m a huge Madonna fan and have been following her career ever since I was a kid and maybe there’s something in the universe going on, I don’t know. Maybe our writers all drank the same Kool-Aid. I don’t know what it was, but it was amazing.”

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Miss Fame Debuts ‘Rubber Doll’ Music Video

In: Donovan, Music
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Miss Fame is one savvy beyotch. Wisely, she choose the same night she was eliminated from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 8 to premiere the music video for “Rubber Doll,” the lead cut off her forthcoming debut album.

“Rubber Doll is a new take on my identity,” proclaims Miss Fame in the press release. “It details how my obsession with beauty and makeup helped me to evolve into an alluring creation that captivates imaginations. The lyrics are taken from entries in my own journal.”

Being a former male model, Kurtis Dam-Mikkelsen knows how to work his alter ego’s best angles to the hilt. She looks fantastic in every fantasy fetish latex couture design she wears. It’s very clear old Hollywood glamor including Marilyn Monroe and Marlene Dietrich inspire Miss Fame.

For a RuPaul alum, I will say the clip and song are decently produced. Let’s be honest, some of them are pretty shoddy and cheaply done. Not so in this case. Miss Fame was wise to team up with the same team (Killingsworth Recording Company) that produced Adore Delano’s debut LP. Check out the clip below.

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Amazing Supercut Featuring Memorable Dance Scenes

In: Donovan, Movies, Music
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Shut Up And Dance” is one of my favorite guilty pop pleasures of the moment. Whenever I hear the extremely catchy track by Walk The Moon, I can’t help but smile and feel the urge to hit the dance floor. Clearly, I’m not alone. Some enterprising YouTube user crafted a wonderful montage featuring the infectious tune.

Clips of memorable dances from 13 Going On 30, Footlose, The Sound of Music, Mamma Mia, Slumdog Millionaire, Save The Last Dance and Beetlejuice are among the countless scenes carefully pieced together for one truly feel-good clip. Check out the masterpiece below.

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