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It’s another home run for a cappella group Pentatonix. The Sing-Off Season 3 winners previously showed the “Evolution of Beyonce” and now they’re back to honor The Gloved One by delivering a sensational medley of Michael Jackson’s greatest hits.

Whether a casual fan or hardcore fanatic of the King of Pop, everyone will enjoy this musical stroll down the late singer’s discography. Check out the “Evolution of Michael Jackson” below. Be prepared to be wowed.

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Some of you might think I get paid to write about Tori Kelly given the amount of posts about the rising talent. Truthfully, I just adore the 22-year-old singer-songwriter that much. She’s got a great voice and her songs are extremely infectious.

Her debut album, Unbreakable Smile, is out now and I suggest you check it out. “I Was Made for Loving You” and “California Lovers” featuring Ed Sheeran and LL Cool J are solid, along with the gorgeous ballads “Beautiful Things” and “Falling Things.”

One of the biggest standouts on the LP is “Should’ve Been Us.” It immediately became a favorite the second I heard it. Kelly keeps it simple for the recently-released music video. Concert footage is mixed with scenes of Tori walking and singing to the camera. The Rory Kramer-directed visual is a little too casual and I would’ve preferred a bigger budget clip, but I’m still a fan. Check it out below, along with an acoustic rendition for Target.

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Before she drops a brand new album, Ella Henderson is making sure her fans don’t forget about her by appearing on a hot new track. The 19-year-old UK songbird lends her vocals on drum and bass duo Sigma’s new EDM single, entitled “Glitterball.” It’s the lead cut from the duo’s forthcoming debut album, Life.

If watching young and attractive people frolicking on the beach is your thing, the music video will be up your alley. It’s a fun summery romp. In between footage of swimwear-clad people, Henderson serves major face in stunning close-ups. Check out the clip below.

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A week after debuting her single, “Good For You,” Selena Gomez premieres the accompanying visual. Just like the track itself, the 22-year-old singer keeps it relatively simple. It’s just plenty of glamour close-up shots of Selena lying on a couch and getting doused with water. The stripped-down approach is perfect for the slinky track.

Though he’s featured on the single, A$AP Rocky is nowhere to be found in the clip. In fact, his rap verses are shortened. An interesting strategy to say the least.

“Good For You” is the first single off Gomez’s upcoming album for her new label, Interscope Records. I can’t wait to see what else she has in store for us. Check out Gomez’ new video below.

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The Canadian singer roughs up his clean cut boy-next-door image with his “Stitches” music video. Shawn Mendes takes a beating from some paranormal force in the Jon Jon Augustavo-directed visual.

This is actually the second clip for the single. Mendes’ team and record label must feel bullish about the song’s potential to film another version. You can tell this one clearly had a bigger budget, resulting in a far better visual.

“Stitches” is the third single off the 16-year-old’s debut album, Handwritten. Check out his latest video below.

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Foxes Debuts ‘Body Talk’ Music Video

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If I could pick one word to describe this music video, it’s hands down ‘random.’ Whoever thought of the idea of having Foxes dancing around at a gas station should be shot. The concept is a tad ridiculous and sadly underwhelming for such a fantastic track.

Foxes (nee Louisa Rose Allen) goes for a disco noir sound for her new single, “Body Talk.” It’s the first taste off her highly-anticipated sophomore album. At first listen, I heard some vintage 80s Madonna touches but with a modern electro-rock pop vibe. As always, she sounds fantastic and looks it as well. Check out the Virgili Jubero-directed clip below.

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I absolutely adore this beyotch. Why the world isn’t as obsessed with the talented 22-year-old singer as much as me is mind-boggling. Her debut album Aquarius is highly-underrated and has, sadly, only spawned one Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 hit. Both “Pretend” and “All Hands On Deck” should’ve followed in “2 On’s” footsteps if not surpassed it.

While many suffer from the dreaded sophomore slump, I’m optimistic that Tinashe will actually flourish. She’s got several huge producers working with her including Dr. Luke and Max Martin. Reportedly, she’s set to finish recording her new album this Fall. I can’t wait.

In the meantime, Tinashe has released yet another visual from her debut LP. She reunites with director Stephen Garnett for the trippy clip. It’s a cool video but I wish Tinashe had styled herself a bit differently. Whether intentional or not, she’s giving off a major FKA Twigs vibe. Check it out below.

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The “Blurred Lines” singer has more lives than your average feral alley cat. Robin Thicke should be very thankful that people in the music industry still want to work with him after his underperforming last album, Paula. That LP posted embarrassing first week sales in the US (24,000 copies), UK (530 copies), Canada (550) and Australia (158). Thanks to Flo Rida, the 38-year-old R&B singer should find himself back on the Billboard Hot 100 once again thanks to this beyond catchy collabo.

I Don’t Like It, I Love It” is the latest cut off the rapper’s EP, My House. The 35-year-old Florida native just recently scored his tenth Top 10 Billboard hit with “G.D.F.R.” His latest feel-good jam is tailor-made for Summer listening and should do quite well on the charts and on radio.

For the accompanying clip, Flo Rida and Thicke hold a good old-fashioned block party full of dancing and hanging out with friends. It’s a simple visual but effective one for the catchy single. Check it out below.

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