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There’s just something about Olly Murs that I find so adorable. He’s not the most talented singer out there, nor the hottest but I find myself oddly attracted to him. Perhaps it’s his style, swagger or goofy smile. Whatever it is, it all works for me. Naturally, I’m going to eat anything up he’s serving.

With that all being said, even without my adoration for him, I’d probably still like his new single, “Wrapped Up.” The disco-inspired track featuring Gym Class Heroes’ frontman Travie McCoy has an infectious chorus and groovin’ beat. It reminds me a bit of Bruno Mars’ smash hit, “Treasure.” The ZS Grant-directed visual has an equally fun vibe. The 30-year-old shows off his killer dance moves while rocking out a suit and white kicks.

“Wrapped Up” is the lead single off his fourth studio album, Never Been Better, in stores November 16. Demi Lovato also appears on the LP, lending her vocals on “Up.” Check out the music video below.

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Calvin Harris and Big Sean might not seem like they have much in common, but one thing they both share is a disdain for their exes- Rita Ora and Naya Rivera respectively. The 26-year-old rapper threw massive digs at Rivera on “I Don’t Fuck With You” earlier this year. It appears he’s not done taking shots at his ex-fiance.

“All my exes are owin’ me, wishin’ they could X and O me / I’m on the edge and I’m hangin’ all off, on a ledge and we danglin’ off / and if I let go I won’t fall off, if we set a wedding date don’t call off,” raps Big Sean on the track. Forget a woman scorned, hell hath no fury like a rapper scorned.

Open Wide” is the latest track Calvin has shared off his forthcoming album Motion in stores November 4. If the beat sounds familiar, Harris previously used it on a track titled “C.U.B.A.” With Sean’s rap though it elevates the track to official club banger status. Check out the newly-released video below which features two gangs at war in the desert while a female dancer avoids flying bullets.

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On October 25, 1994 Madonna released her sixth studio album titled Bedtime Stories. After receiving critical and commercial backlash for her controversial Erotica LP, Madge decided to soften up her image and not be as overtly sexual. Bedtime Stories sold over two million domestically and seven copies worldwide. It was also nominated for Best Pop Album at the 38th Grammy Awards.

Inspired by R&B and new jack swing, the album featured more radio-friendly tracks. She worked with Dallas Austin, Babyface, Shep Pettibone, Herbie Hancock and Bjork to name a few. The title track, “Bedtime Story,” saw Madonna experimenting with electronic music- a sound she further explored for her next album- Grammy Award-winning Ray Of Light. It was this era that spawned one of the pop star’s best ballads in her discography- “Take A Bow.”

Take a walk down memory lane for the album’s 20th anniversary by watching the music videos released by Madonna. “Human Nature” is my favorite with “Secret” a close second. Be sure to weigh in on which of her singles were your favorite during this era

check out all the videos from this album below

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Try as she might, but I don’t think Kiesza will ever conjure up the same magic she did in her “Hideaway” video IMHO. It was that amazing. I will say though, the 25-year-old Canadian singer’s latest effort is a valiant one.

Whether intentional or not, I appreciate the homage to Janet Jackson circa Control era in her “No Enemiesz” music video. Like Janet did in her “Pleasure Principle” visual, Kiesza enters a stylish loft to dance her little heart out. However, in the latter’s version she’s joined by other dancers who magically appear after removing articles of clothing. No lie ;) Side note: How sick are those glittered kicks above?

Sound of a Woman was released this week on October 21, and features songs like “Giant In My Heart,” “Losin’ My Mind” and her breakthrough hit “Hideaway.” Check out her new clip directed by Syndrome below.

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As many of you know, I’m inexplicably infatuated with Mr. Worldwide. Maybe one day, I can get to the bottom of it. Until then, expect to see anything Pitbull-related on the site.

The 33-year-old rapper is usually seen accompanied by scantily-clad women in his music videos. He trades in his trademark video hos in his latest visual for some adorable animated penguins. Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private to be exact.

Celebrate” is a family-friendly pop jam for the new animated movie Penguins of Madagascar. It’ll also appear on his forthcoming album Globalization due out November 24. As you’d expect, the video is a tad cheesy but appropriate given its purpose. With that said, I can still see it being a club anthem at every club down on South Beach. Give it a view below.

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Ricky Martin Rocks A Mustache For Adios Music Video

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What’s better than one Ricky Martin? How about five of them? The 42-year-old Latin superstar takes on different personas in his newest video, “Adios.”

Director Ethan Ladder transports Martin to an old school speakeasy for the clip. Ricky swivels his sexy hips while scantily-clad women surround him. Truthfully, it could pass for “Livin’ La Vida Loca” Part 2. Branch out a little creatively, Ricky!!! Since the entire world knows he’s gay, how about replacing the ladies with video hos of the male variety? Right?

Check out Ricky rocking out the mustache in the video below. I have to say, he looks pretty damn fine. A little sinister but that’s how I like em ;)

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Whenever Gwen Stefani enlists Pharrell Williams to produce a track, magic occurs. “Hollaback Girl” and “Wind It Up” are just two great examples. While the No Doubt frontwoman’s comeback single “Baby Don’t Lie” has divided music enthusiasts, “Spark The Fire,” produced by Pharrell, will please many of her longtime fans.

The hip hop-influenced song is very reminiscent of her earlier solo work. “It literally is the song that explains everything that’s going on in my life right now in this surreal way,” Gwen explains about the track. She shared a minute-long snippet on Ryan Seacrest’s KIIS FM show.

In addition to teasing her new track, the 45-year-old singer premiered the music video for “Baby Don’t Lie.” It features Stefani walking through a neon graphic jungle filled with abstract and geometric shapes. Check out the Sophie Muller-directed graphic clip below, along with the preview of “Spark The Fire.”

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Wisely, Clean Bandit decided to team up again with Jess Glynne. I love Glynne’s voice and have no doubt without her vocals on “Rather Be,” the track wouldn’t have become that global smash that it was. “Real Love” is off Clean Bandit’s reissue of their debut album New Eyes. Currently, the track is only slated for European release.

As opposed to their “Rather Be” video which featured a Japanese fan becoming delirious and experiencing hallucinations, the group went with a decidedly more romantic vibe for their new visual. It features various couples kissing outside the El Rey Theatre at of one of their concerts while the band performs inside.

Check out the feel-good vid below. Jack Patterson directed the clip.

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