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If looks alone could sell albums by the boatload, Leona Lewis would still be a platinum-selling artist. The X Factor winner never fails to serve a fierce glorious mug. Sadly though, Lewis hasn’t achieved that since her stunning debut effort, Spirit, featuring the chart-topper “Bleeding Love.”

The 30-year-old Brit drops her fifth studio album, I Am, on September 11. It’s her first with her new label Island Def Jam. The highly-underrated lead single “Fire Under My Feet” failed to do any damage on both sides of the pond. Here’s hoping “Thunder” yields her better results.

Leona may have channeled Adele for “Fire Under My Feet,” but this time around I get Emeli Sande vibes with the uplifting power ballad “Thunder.” Watch Leona emote her little heart out in the Sarah McColgan-directed visual featuring majestic views of the ocean, clouds and Los Angeles skyline.

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For the past year, Gorgon City have been festival favorites due to their impressive debut album, Sirens. The English garage duo appear to be embarking on their new era by launching a killer new track.

If you liked their previous singles “Ready For Your Love” and “Go All Night” featuring MNEK and Jennifer Hudson respectively, their latest is in the same musical vein. They enlisted fellow English artist ROMANS to provide soulful vocals to the slinky deep house number. Check out the “Saving My Life” music video below.

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As previously stated, even though it’s not really en vogue to like Robin Thicke these days, I’m loving everything he’s laying down lately. “Morning Sun” and the Flo Rida track, “I Don’t Like It I Love It,” are fantastic. Don’t get it twisted though. I still want to take a shower after seeing him. He still gives off major douchebag vibes.

The 38-year-old blue-eye soul crooner just dropped his new clip for the Max Martin-produced Back Together.” Dressed like a modern-day Rat Pack member, Thicke heads to a mid-century Miami mansion for a kick-ass pool party. Nicki Minaj pops up wearing a floral and cheetah-print ensemble to tease Robin.

It’s a playful clip for an equally fun funky track. I hate to admit that I don’t like it, but I love it. Check it out below.

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Appropriately enough, Lana Del Rey heads to the ocean for the “High By The Beach” visual. Instead of getting ‘high’ though, the 30-year-old singer, gets a little violent.

After glamorously posing with her wind-swept dress, Lana runs to the rocky shore to grab her guitar case. Inside, however, is one huge gun which she takes aim at a hovering helicopter. Paparazzi watch out.

“High By The Beach” is the latest single off her much-anticipated Honeymoon album. The more I hear the track, the more I love it. I can already hear the hot dance remix which inevitably, I’ll love more than the original. Del Rey’s melancholy tracks are ripe for a club-ready beat. Check out the clip below.

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Magic” was a chart-topper for Olivia Newton-John in 1980. For the 35th anniversary of the film Xanadu that spawned the single, the 66-year-old singer teams up with her daughter for a new club-ready version produced by Dave Aude.

Chloe Rose Lattanzi her only daughter with first husband Matt Lattanzi is the star of the new recording. The 29-year-old saunters through Las Vegas’ neon graveyard, hits the club with Chippendale dancers and hangs out with drag queens for the accompanying visual. Check it out below.

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Even hardcore fans of Kylie Minogue would be hard-pressed to like the Aussie’s latest offering. It’s not very good, IMHO. To be fair, the single is for a science fiction comedy film starring Simon Pegg and not for a new album.

Absolutely Anything And Anything At All” is off the Absolutely Anything soundtrack. The film is notable for two things. It’s the last movie for Robin Williams. The late comedian voiced one of the characters. The film also marks the first time in 33 years that all of the living original Monty Python members appear together.

Absolutely Anything heads to theaters on August 14. Check out Kylie’s soundtrack contribution below.

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Gigi Hadid is becoming quite the video vixen these days. The 20-year-old model played the love interest in Miguel’s “SimpleThings” and also a couple of times for her ex-boyfriend Cody Simpson. She was also one of the many famous faces in Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” visual. Her latest gig just so happens to be for Swift’s boyfriend’s new video.

Calvin Harris premiered the “How Deep Is Your Love” video for his collaboration with the Disciples on Tidal this week. The Scottish DJ once again reunites with director Emil Nava. They previously worked on “Summer,” “Pray To God,” and “Under Control.”

There’s not much in terms of a storyline. It’s pretty much Hadid flaunting her assets as she heads to the club, jumps out of the pool and hangs out on a yacht. How Joe Jonas snagged this leggy blonde is beyond me. This woman is beyond stunning. Check out the clip below.

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Since her breakout hit “We Run The Night” featuring Pitbull, Havana Brown has scored a few more dance chart-toppers but nothing has remotely landed on the Billboard Hot 100. Her latest “Battle Cry” has a decent shot of bringing the Aussie singer back to the all-important chart. Especially, with this extremely slick music video to promote it.

While Bebe Rexha and Savi are featured on the track, neither appear in the Squared Division-directed clip. Instead a stable of hot shirtless cowboys take up the screentime. You won’t hear me complaining. Brown plays the ultimate femme fatale to exact revenge on these douchebags who have wronged her.

Props on the visual. It, like Havana, is stunning. Love the whole Western theme with a slightly pink hue. Check it out below.

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