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With a title like “Bacon,” heading to a diner to film the music video seems like a no-brainer. And that’s exactly what Nick Jonas did. He hits up a late night joint with his buddies to enjoy some greasy food.

I would assume his order would include some tasty bacon but since I don’t have a Tidal account, I could only watch the first thirty seconds. The music video is exclusively streaming only there at the moment. Love Jonas, but even he, isn’t hot enough to convince me to sign up for Jay-Z’s streaming service. I’ll just wait a few days before Jonas inevitably uploads it to Vevo.

“So many people have asked me what the song is about,” Jonas told Capital FM. “A lot of guesses were: it’s the morning after and it’s bacon because you’re having breakfast. That’s not at all what it’s about.”

“The idea is when you are out of a relationship and you start to be okay with the fact that it’s ended. In my case my life was great, its so good that we should throw some bacon on it to make it even better.” – Jonas about the meaning behind “Bacon”

“Bacon” is the latest track off Last Year Was Complicated which drops this Friday. Check out the visual below.

UPDATE: Nick Jonas just uploaded the clip on Vevo.

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“Even though the gods are crazy. Even though the stars are blind. If you show me real love baby, I’ll show you mine.” How fantastically amazing are those lyrics 😉

On paper, Paris Hilton had no business pursuing a recording career, but the hotel heiress forged ahead nonetheless. Thank God she did.

With the assistance of producers Fernando Garibay and Sheppard Solomon, the 35-year-old reality star delivered a surprisingly catchy reggae tune long before tropical house became the norm. “Stars Are Blind” was quite good and cracked the Billboard Hot 100 Top 20, peaking at No. 18. Not even her former BFF, Kim Kardashian, could claim that feat.

Hilton celebrated the 10th anniversary of her debut track over the weekend, by posting a series of clips from the music video. Relive the breezy single in all its glory below.

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Kill Em With Kindness” is the fourth official single off Revival. Glad it’s finally getting an official release since it’s one of my favorite cuts off her LP. If it follows in the footsteps of its predecessors, it should crack the Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 as well.

While the law of retaliation of “an eye for an eye” is quite popular, Selena Gomez opts for more of a peaceful approach with regards to her haters. The 23-year-old entertainer sings about not having to stoop to the level of Internet trolls. Instead, you can respond in a classy and dignified way.

For the accompanying visual, Gomez goes for the “less is more” route. Just like “Good For You” which kicked off her current era, Selena keeps it relatively simple. She serves face during plenty of close-up shots, while a bunch of dancers do their thing in other scenes. Check out the Emil Nava-directed video below.

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Not to be confused with Danish singer MØ, this M.O (pronounced M point O) is an English female trio. Aside from the sorta annoying name, the group is actually quite fantastic, especially their latest single. Plus, I never met a girl group I didn’t like 😉

Who Do You Think Of?” is a calypso-tinged pop gem. Very catchy and extremely radio friendly. At least over the pond it will be. I’m sorta obsessed with it and think you might as well.

Watch the Charlotte Rutherford-directed music video below.

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Mark my words!!! This infectious track is going to be a major club anthem this summer. Martin Solveig has crafted himself a definite smash.

The French record producer enlisted the vocal talents of rising Australian rapper Tkay Maidza for “Do It Right.” He also wisely chose to incorporate the instrument-of-the-moment, steel drums, with his intoxicating slinky beat. The clanging cowbells are also a nice touch.

Watch the slick visual below directed by Monsieur L’Agent. The colorful building they filmed at is absolutely striking. You have to check it out.

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You’ll never look at your shoes in the same way again. Especially, if you have a pair of white Chuck Taylors. This has to be one of the most adorable and interesting music videos I’ve seen in recent memory.

The clip for St. Lucia’s “Help Me Run Away” begins with a woman storming out of a New York apartment that she lived in with her now ex boyfriend. It appears his white sneakers are more distraught about the breakup than he is. The Converse All Star High Tops go on a cross-country adventure to reunite with a pair of red high heels. They’re like the Romeo & Juliet of the footwear world.

“The idea of having disembodied shoes running around while I screamed ‘Help Me RUN Away’ over the top just seemed too perfect not to do,” St. Lucia’s Jean-Philip Grobler tells EW. He says they chose to use Chuck Taylors because “they’re the most classic Rock & Roll shoe, aren’t they?” He continues, “I’m not sure any other shoe is more iconic or recognisable than the white Converse All Star High Top. That, and nothing shows up dirt better than white.”

Help Me Run Away” is the latest single off St. Lucia’s sophomore album, Matter. The track was co-written by Jack Antonoff. Check out the compelling Norton-directed clip below.

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If you love Old Hollywood glamour, extravagant headwear and long flowy dresses, Gwen Stefani’s latest visual is for you. It’s fashion explosion everywhere you look. The 46-year-old singer looks absolutely sensational in every scene. All the outfits are fantastic but the Frida Khalo-esque look and Japanese warrior-inspired one are definitely two of my favorites.

Misery” is the third official single off her latest LP, This Is What The Truth Feels Like. While the album hasn’t produced any Top 10 hits like her previous efforts, her third studio album gave Stefani her first-ever No. 1 album as a solo act. I have a feeling, though, “Misery” will do quite well on the charts.

No disrespect to the one-shot Target-sponsored “Make Me Like You” music clip filmed live at the Grammys (which BTW I liked), but it’s nice to see Gwen release a proper music video. I absolutely love the Sophie Muller-directed visual. Give it a watch below. Her three sharp-dressed backup dancers are everything.

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In the past, Sigma previously worked with the likes of Paloma Faith, Ella Henderson and Rita Ora. For their latest high-profile collaboration, the English drum and bass duo, consisting of Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie, team up with Take That. Interestingly, both Edwards and Lenzie were born in 1990, one year before Take That burst onto the scene. Speaking of which, the 90s UK pop group celebrates the 25th anniversary of their first single this year.

Cry“, in my opinion, is Sigma’s best offering yet. With their string-laden rolling beats and Take That’s soaring vocals, their collabo is poised to become a soundtrack for the summer and beyond. For the accompanying visual, the current members of Take That, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, head to the race track to party it up with a bunch of millennials. Check out the clip below.

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