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Lady Gaga Debuts Trimmed G.U.Y. Music Video

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Are you obsessed with Lady Gaga’s 12 minute visual opus? Do you find yourself always skipping to the meaty parts of the clip? You’re in luck. Mother Monster has debuted a trimmed down version of the video to a much more manageable four minutes. In essence, it’s just the “G.U.Y.” portion, omitting “Venus,” “ARTPOP” and the lengthy credits.

The original has already amassed over 18 million views. That will surely give the single a boost on Billboard’s chart. It definitely needs it as the song debuted only at No. 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 Bubbling Under Chart. In other words it’s No. 118 on the main chart.

Once the visual streams have been added in, I predict a Top 20 placing. I would place it higher but the single isn’t selling well on iTunes, struggling to break into the Top 100. If you want to remedy that situation, give the broadcast version of “G.U.Y” a spin below.

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Shakira Is A Fiery Runaway Bride In Empire Video

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It’s all about Shakira in her latest clip. I suppose when you’re not allowed male co-stars and Rihanna isn’t available, there is no other choice.

With no groom in sight, the 37-year-old channels Julia Roberts circa Runaway Bride and hightails it out of the church. Hopefully, the same thing doesn’t happen when Shakira walks down the aisle for real when she marries her handsome boyfriend, Gerard Pique.

Once free, the Colombian singer references two other films. Her wedding dress catches fire reminiscent of Catching Fire and then runs to a lush green landscape to twirl her little heart out. Julie Andrews would be so proud. Check out the “Empire” clip below which was directed by Darren Craig, Jonathan Craven and Jeff Nicholas

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Long before the huge retro-revival headlined by Daft Punk, Pharrell and Justin Timberlake, Montreal’s Chromeo were at the forefront, experimenting with the late disco dance sound. The duo recently released a fun clip for their catchy new single, “Jealous (I Ain’t With It).”

Dave 1 plays an envious pastor at some random Las Vegas wedding chapel. It’s not groundbreaking by any means but it’s an entertaining little romp. The track is lifted off their forthcoming album, White Women, which hits stores May 12th via Atlantic Records. It was reportedly inspired by Wyclef and Mary J. Blige’s 2000 duet, “911,” which Chromeo’s Dave 1 heard while writing at a Jamaican strip club. Check out the clip below.

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It’s official… she’s back. This is the Lady Gaga I love. After a brief hiatus, Mother Monster is back, recharged and looking glamorous. This is by far her best music video in ages. It’s epic. It’s super gay. It’s why we all fell in love with her in the first place.

G.U.Y.” was filmed at the Hearst Castle. As stunning as the California landmark looks in the video, it’s even more breathtaking in person. I definitely recommend visiting it one day.

If the ornate architecture or shirtless male dancers isn’t enough ocular satisfaction, perhaps the cameo by Bravo’s Beverly Hills Housewives will. The vision of Kim Richards playing a guitar had me cracking up. Even more hilarious is Mr. Bravo himself, Andy Cohen, popping up as a god-like figure in the clouds. I’m curious as to why both Brandi Glanville and Joyce Giraud weren’t included in the video. #DRAMA

Other OMG moments include Gaga resurrecting deceased icons including Gandhi, Jesus and Michael Jackson. Watch other awesome randomness in her latest opus below which begins with Gaga as a glamorous wounded bird. It really is a must-see.

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As most of you know, I’m a fan of Auckland-based siblings Broods. The duo made such a splash last year in their native country that Capital Records quickly snatched them up for North American consumption. Looks like Lordes producer, Joel Little, has another hit act on his hands.

Just a few weeks ago, the duo premiered a music video for “Never Gonna Change.” While a great track as well, I much prefer “Bridges.” It appears the Kiwi act heard my silent plea and released an official clip. They previously released a “web version” featuring them and plenty of pretty visuals of clouds. Like “Never Gonna Change,” the duo opted not to appear in their latest video. Instead, the visual for the gloomy ballad fittingly tells the story of unrequited love starring a random couple. Check it out below.

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A few weeks ago, rumor has it a man proposed to his girlfriend on the Long Island Rail Road. Inspired by the classic scene in Say Anything, this man played Justin Timberlake’s “Not A Bad Thing” to pop the big question. Having heard this, Timberlake enlisted two documentary filmmakers to search for the couple. The music video, in essence, doubles as a missed connection Craigslist ad.

The visual also features other couples sharing their thoughts on love, marriage and their relationships as well as putting their two cents about the unidentified engaged couple. Sadly, after scouring the streets of NYC with flyers and speaking to various radio shows, the film ends with an unsatisfying “To Be Continued” sign. JT premiered the clip on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Check it out below.

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If watching Kylie Minogue grinding up on big rubber bouncy balls isn’t really your thing, perhaps this clip will be more up your alley. I’m not exactly sure if this is an official alternate music video but it features the Aussie pop star so it’s official enough in my books.

The new video was executive produced by VFiles and shows Kylie in search of the hottest men to star in her “Sexercize” visual. From shirtless cowboys dancing in ass-less jeans to gym rats working out in short shorts, there’s plenty of man candy to look at. Check it out below.

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At first glance, it looks like your typical rap video featuring plenty of video hos shaking their ample behinds. In this instance, however, the script is flipped and it’s an openly gay rapper objectifying other gay men. It’s about time.

Fly Young Red drops a borderline vulgar new single named “Throw That Boy Pussy.” The Houston native accompanies it with an equally salacious visual featuring plenty of booty-popping and twerking. Check out a sampling of the lyrics below before checking out the video. Proceed ahead only if you’re ready for all the jelly.

Clap that ass in a split, let me see you clap that ass like a bitch
Yeah, I’m tryin’ to get you back home, see if you can clap that ass on this dick
I see you over there twerkin’, that ass got my attention
I’ll hit your ass with this dick, send that ass home limpin’

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