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Rihanna Drops ‘What Now’ Music Video

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Rihanna wasn’t kidding when she teased her “What Now” music video was going to be eerie and a tad demented. The visual could easily pass for one of those Conjuring, The Ring or any possession horror flicks. It’s simplistic in its execution but glamorously well done. RiRi looks great and makes me like the track more. Definitely check it out below.

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Katy Perry switches gears for her new clip. She’s forgoing the camp and cheese found in “Roar” and going the glamorous route. “Unconditionally” could possibly be her best video to date. It evokes luxury to the max with it’s Great Gatsby-like vibe. Baz Luhrmann would be proud of all the excess. Plus, I’m a sucker for animals in slow-motion. That’s what made Drake & Rihanna’s “Take Care” visual so captivating. Katy features a stunning owl flapping its wings. Check out the 45 second preview below.

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Like clockwork since 2009, Rihanna has released a brand new album every year in time for the holiday season. After finally scoring her first Billboard Top 200 No. 1 album with Unapologetic, she’s taking this November off. Instead, she’s stretching out her last album as much as possible. RiRi is dropping another music video off the LP this Friday.

Before debuting the visual for “What Now,” she shares a behind-the-scenes clip. She filmed her latest during one of her stops on her Diamonds world tour at some random Thai warehouse. She reveals her upcoming vid will be eerie and slightly demented. Interesting. Check out a preview below.

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I absolutely adore Lily Allen. I’ve alway been a fan of hers and her thought provoking lyrics. I’m very glad to see her getting back into the game and that she’s witty as ever. She reminds me of the days when I lived in London and now that I’ve just made the big move to New York I’m glad I have a little Lily to go with it!

After a long break to focus on her personal life she’s back and wants you to know that it’s “Hard Out Here.” The video and song depict what it can be like getting back into the game after such a long break and the industry pressures that go along with it. I always enjoy her thought provoking lyrics that aren’t just senseless words like some artists. I’m excited to see what else she has coming out and look forward to a new album! Anyone else out there a big Lily fan? Let us know what your favourite song from her past is in the comments below!

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Erik Hassle Gets Gloomy For ‘Talk About It’

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I first wrote about Erik Hassle several years ago. The talented Swede attended the same musical school where Robyn trained years earlier. He impressed me with his debut single, “Hurtful,” which was a hit in Denmark and his native Sweden.

I haven’t really followed the 25-year-old’s career since then. Thankfully, I stumbled upon his new track “Talk About It” today and excited to reintroduce the Swedish pop talent. It’s a gloomy ballad with a lot of soul. If you love the sexy vibe of Miguel’s “Adorn,” then you’re going to eat this up. At least that’s what immediately came to mind the second it hooked me. Give it a listen below.

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Tori Kelly appeared on the ninth season of American Idol which was the last one featuring Simon Cowell on the panel. In fact, he was the only judge who said ‘no’ to her during the auditions. I’m chalking up that brain fart to him already mentally checking out of Idol because Tori is good, like really good.

Since the FOX singing competition, Kelly has become a YouTube personality with her amazing covers and released a couple of EPs. With Scooter Braun now managing her, she’s primed for a major breakthrough. Her upcoming album will feature collaborations with Pharrell and Ed Sheeran to name a few. Check out her new visual for “Dear No One” below. It’s well produced and appears to have some decent money behind it.

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There’s no denying Jason Derulo is hopelessly devoted to Jordin Sparks. He’s professed his love by writing “Marry Me” for her and gets cozy with the American Idol Season 6 winner in the accompanying video. There is, however, someone else Derulo loves more than Sparks. Nope, it’s not the voluptuous stripper crawling all over him in bed in his new clip “Trumpets“, but rather himself.

In the recently-released clip, Jasooooon Deruloooooooo begins the clip shirtless in bed while watching music videos of himself. To boot, vanity posters of the singer litter the wall of his bedroom. Someone loves himself… HARD. I will say though, he does look pretty fine.

If barely-clothed ratchet strippers or a half-naked Jason don’t turn your crank, perhaps brass instruments will. Naturally, there’s plenty of trumpets in the Collin Tilley-directed visual. Check it out below.

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One Direction Recreate Their Past In New Music Video

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They claimed their last single was the “Best Song Ever,” but I disagree. Their follow-up is so much better in my opinion. With that being said, “Best Song Ever” is 1D’s highest-charting single on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned them a MTV moonman for “Best Song of the Summer.” I guess I’m in the minority.

Story of My Life” is the second single off the UK boy band’s forthcoming third studio album, Midnight Memories which hits stores just in time for US Thanksgiving. The track is a bit of a departure from their usual pop sound. The ballad has a more folksy sound which IMHO highlights them much better. The accompanying video was supposed to debut Sunday, but has leaked early. Watch Harry, Liam, Niall, Louis and Zayn pull photos from their past and recreate them. Check it out below.

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