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The British electropop trio are really milking Communion for all it’s worth. “Worship” is the seventh single from their debut album. Eighth if you count the re-release of “Desire” featuring Tove Lo. It’s about time they gave the sublime pop track an official release. It’s one of my favorites.

Much to me delight, the Olly Alexander-fronted act have delivered a worthy visual. They enlisted Matt Lambert to work his directing magic. And boy does he conjure up a visual feast featuring choreography from Ryan Heffington. who’s worked with the likes of Sia and FKA Twigs in the past.

“We’ve built in Olly’s acting and Ryan’s choreography to create a story with emotional layers, conflicts and contradictions. It’s a shame you don’t often see that with LGBTQ characters” — Matt Lambert to Dazed Digital

In the clip, Alexander heads to an empty parking garage filled with other young men ripe with sexual energy. Truthfully, it’s absolutely mesmerizing and worth a watch. Check out Years & Years’ latest offering below.

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There were two IMAX shots featured in Adele’s music video for “Hello.” However, the clip for Rihanna’s “Sledgehammer” becomes the first one to be shot entirely in IMAX. And the results are stunning.

Directed by Floria Sigismondi (The Runaways), the sci-fi clip features the 28-year-old singer as a powerful space witch-like figure. Very fitting given the track is the official theme song for Star Trek Beyond. She later transforms herself into a celestial entity that comes face to face with the USS Starship.

“I have been a fan of ‘STAR TREK’ since I was a little girl. I loved the idea that it explored new territory and the unknown. So being able to be the first director to shoot a music video entirely with IMAX cameras and use this revolutionary technology to explore a different type of new territory was a dream come true” Floria Sigismondi said in a statement.

The epic clip is absolutely fitting for the equally epic ballad penned by Sia. This marks the first time RiRi has teamed up with the “Chandelier” singer since the massive hit “Diamonds.” This one has potential to reach the heights of their last collabo. Check out the visual below.

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Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly have nothing on Tasia. The Season 3 American Idol winner could easily give those murdering vixens from the Chicago musical a run for their money. Fantasia might even make them her bitches if they ever shared the same cell 😉

Directed by photographer Derek Blanks, the 31-year-old singer shows off her acting chops in her new visual. She plays not one, not two, but four women in the music video for “Sleeping With The One I Love.” Each character is locked up due to a corrupt prison official.

Watch the visual below to see if any of them get their revenge. There’s even a “Cell Block Tango“-like dance number in the mix.

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The Veronicas Debut ‘In My Blood’ Music Video

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Do you have erythrophobia, the irrational fear of the color red? If so, I highly recommend not watching the new video from The Veronicas. It’s crimson realness all over the place. With that being said, I love the visual and think it’s one of their best.

In My Blood” is the first taste off the twin sisters’ forthcoming fourth studio album, due out in November. About their new single, Lisa and Jessica Origliasso reveal “It’s that elated, euphoric feeling of love at first sight. I was going through something at the time I wanted to capture. Love and adrenaline are rushing through your blood. It’s like a chemical injection. You’ve instantly connected with someone. You’re knocked out by this person.”

Check out the music video below directed by Sasha Samsonova. It initially premiered on The Voice Australia just a couple of days ago.

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What’s a “L.A.N.C.E” you ask? It’s “Lyin’ Ass N—– Cheating Everyday.” These girls, assembled by Kelly Rowland, aren’t playing and mean business.

The new girl group, comprised of Shyann Roberts, Kristal Lyndriette, Brienna DeVlugt, Ashly Williams and Gabrielle Carreiro, just released the music video for their sassy debut single. They’re shown chillin’ at some spacious loft with a bunch of dudes. Before you know, they’re showing off some old school chair choreography.

Check out the visual below. The track doesn’t immediately grab you, but the clip definitely helps.

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Life’s a beach for Fifth Harmony and I’m kinda jealous. The girl group’s latest visual is exactly what you would expect and hope for. Plenty of sexy choreography, frolicking in the sand and jam-packed with chiseled male models. They certainly know their target demo 😉

All In My Head (Flex),” featuring “Trap Queen” rapper Fetty Wap is the follow-up single to their smash hit “Work From Home.” Director X, who helmed their sexy construction-themed clip, was once again called to film the visual.

Check out their summery new video below. The girls definitely know how to transition from fun in the sun to some nighttime action.

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Beyoncé Uploads ‘Sorry’ Music Video To Vevo

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If you missed the HBO film Lemonade and don’t have a Tidal account, you’ve probably haven’t seen the full music video for “Sorry” yet. You know the song with the infamous “Becky with the good hair” lyrics?

Well, it’s your lucky day. The 34-year-old superstar just uploaded the visual on her official Vevo account. It’s the first clip from Beyoncé’s latest album to officially appear elsewhere than Tidal.

Directed by Dikayl Rimmasch, the black-and-white clip features a much-buzzed about cameo from Serena Williams. While filming, Beyoncé told Williams “just be really free and just dance like nobody’s looking and go all out”. And boy does she. Who knew the Grand Slam tennis winner had such impressive twerking skills. Check out the video below.

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Can’t decide what will be your song of summer yet? Thanks to DJ Earworm, you don’t have to. The mashup mastermind is back with another incredible music video mashup highlighting the best jams from 2016 most suitable for your summer playlist. Featuring everything from Calvin Harris & Rihanna’s “This Is What You Came For” to Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling” to DNCE’s “Cake By The Ocean” and more.

There are a total of 19 tracks used in the Summersmash ’16 mashup. Check out the video and full track listing below!

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