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Jess Glynne is arguably the undisputed “It Girl” in the recording industry right now across the pond. The 26-year-old singer has notched six Top 10 hits on the UK charts in the past couple years. Her latest single should have no problem following in its predecessor’s footsteps.

“‘Ain’t Got Far To Go’ is a really special song for me. It was a very defining moment in creating the album, it was the song that made everything make sense and I can’t thank Knox Brown enough for that,” Jess shared in a statement. “Making this video in Cuba was so fitting, the journey the colors the people everything was so perfect. We met some amazing people who were so grateful, charming and hard-working and that’s what this song is about. Once again Declan and Jolene brought the song to life and I think it’s my favourite video so far in so many ways. I hope you enjoy it!”

Ain’t Got Far to Go” is lifted off Glynne’s debut album, I Cry When I Laugh. She reunites with Declan Whitebloom for the accompanying visual. He previously directed her “Take Me Home” clip.

Watch their latest collabo below which was filmed in Havana, Cuba. It’s a vibrant and festive affair for sure.

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One Direction gets all reminiscent for its latest music video, “History.” The group shares plenty of footage of themselves on the road throughout the years. Even departed member Zayn Malik appears in the clip. Sure, it’s only in archival footage but still, the fab fivesome are back together one last time.

“History” is the third single off the group’s LP, Made In The A.M. Given the nostalgic vibe of the visual, I wouldn’t be surprised if this is the last official single from the group in a while. From their X Factor UK days to their meteoric rise, the music video serves as a perfect wrap-up of their journey together. Check it out below.

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It’s an all-Dutch affair for Tiesto’s new single. The 47-year-old DJ taps Amsterdam-born chanteuse Natalie La Rose. If that wasn’t enough, their countryman Oliver Heldens ups the Dutch quotient even more.

The Right Song” was previously released last year by Tiesto and Heldens as an instrumental dance track with the title “Wombass.” With the “Somebody” singer La Rose on board not, it takes on new life as a soaring dance anthem. Her presence really elevates the single.

Check out the video below featuring the worst custodial janitor ever. She really wreaks havoc while cleaning up an office. I wonder what the workers did earlier to really piss her off 😉

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OMI Debuts ‘Drop In The Ocean’ Music Video

In: Donovan, Music

Despite a valiant effort with “Hula Hoop,” OMI failed to match the massive success of its predecessor. Sadly, I think the Jamaican crooner will go down in pop history as a one-hit wonder. “Cheerleader” was beyond huge. He’ll never live up to it.

Drop In The Ocean” is the 29-year-old singer’s latest cut off his debut LP, Me 4 U. Just like his other tracks, it features a breezy tropical summery vibe. Unfortunately for him, it like “Hula Hoop” just sounds like a poor man’s version of his breakthrough hit.

Check out the Daniel Czernilofsky-directed clip below where OMI performs in front of vibrant backdrops while bikini-clad women dance around him. Not the most groundbreaking clip.

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Legendary Rocker David Bowie Dies At 69

In: Donovan, Music

Sunday night the recording industry lost one of its most enigmatic and trailblazing performers. David Bowie passed away at the age of 69. His son confirmed the news via a post on Bowie’s official Facebook page. He is survived by a son (Duncan Jones) from his first marriage to Mary Angela Barnett and a daughter with second wife, supermodel Iman.

“David Bowie died peacefully today surrounded by his family after a courageous 18 month battle with cancer,” read a post on the artist’s Facebook page on Sunday night. “While many of you will share in this loss, we ask that you respect the family’s privacy during their time of grief.”

Best known for his impact during the glam rock era, Bowie’s career spanned over four decades. He recently released his 25th studio album, titled Black Star, just two days before his death on January 8. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996.

Check out some of my favorite hits from the legendary rocker below. Weigh in afterward on your favorite tracks from Bowie.

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Save My Soul” is the last of JoJo’s #Tringle release to get a music video. And she saved the best for last. The powerful ballad receives an equally powerful visual.

At first listen, it’s easy to assume the song is all about a breakup. Instead, it’s a tribute to her late father Joel Levesque who lost a battle to addiction. The 25-year-old singer looked to a close friend to direct the clip. Zelda Williams, the daughter of late comedian Robin Williams, certainly could relate to JoJo’s recent loss.

“Save My Soul” is about addiction. Of all kinds. I wanted to convey the feeling of powerlessness I’ve felt in my life in an uncomplicated way and show a range of what it might look like for others who’ve been there. Working with one of my best friends, Zelda Williams (director of SMS), was a highlight of my 2015. We’d been talking about working together for like 10 years! Because of the content of the song and the way it touched us both, “Save My Soul” felt like the natural place for us to finally collaborate.”

Check out the emotional music video below, along with the full statement JoJo released about her latest offering.

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It’s no secret that Rashida Jones can carry a tune. She shows off her vocals on an annual basis to duet with Jimmy Fallon for his yearly holiday recap of the year’s previous songs. Plus, she’s the daughter of legendary producer Quincy Jones. Music is in her blood.

Back in October, the 39-year-old Parks and Recreation actress lent her vocals to a new song from Boss Selection, a project from producer Sunny Levine. The music video for the laid-back jam, “Flip and Rewind,” has just arrived.

Staying true to the throwback vibe of the track, Jones serves major 90s realness in the clip. She pays homage to TLC, Mary J. Blige, Brandy and more who had major hits during that decade. Check out the fun clip below featuring some memorable fashion trends from that era. Baggy overalls and oversized blazers anyone?

“The inspiration for the video that [writing partner Will McCormack] and I directed was to try to evoke the feeling of the ’90s, but not in a mocking way,” Jones told Rolling Stone. “I think for you and I both, it’s such an important time musically, emotionally, and psychologically. Every part of us formed during the ’90s, and we took all of the quintessential R&B videos from the ’90s and did our best to recreate them.”

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Fall Out Boy released a music video for “Irresistible” months ago. The remix version featuring Demi Lovato has been performing so well both on the charts and on radio, the band has decided to film another visual- one without Doug the Pug and with the “Confident” singer instead.

The new visual directed by Wayne Isham serves some major early 2000s realness. The band along with Lovato pay homage to N Sync, specifically during their No Strings Attached era. Taking inspiration from the boy band’s iconic “It’s Gonna Be Me” clip, FOB transform themselves into actions figures as well.

Irresistible Video Description

What if in the NSYNC video for “It’s Gonna Be Me” there was an analog to the story? Where in the same store there was a dollar bin full of toys that no one really wanted that would band together like the misfit, offbrand little outsiders they were. “Irresistible” is the video for that story, it’s about the toys no one ever wanted come to life.

Check out the fun clip below which features a cameo from Joey Fatone. I’m a little surprised Lance Bass or Chris Kirkpatrick also didn’t pop as well. Right?

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