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Hollow” is the lead cut off the re-issue of her debut album, Unbreakable Smile. The emotional mid-tempo track, featuring infectious foot-stomping and finger-snapping beats, has massive potential to become a huge hit. Love me some Tori Kelly, and hope she can segue from underrated artist to bona fide pop star.

Given the raw nature of the lyrics, the 22-year-old wisely chose to film the video in a sparsely decorated house. Kelly looks sensational as she maneuvers through the rooms with very flattering lighting. Seriously though, the way the light catches her face is striking. Check out the beautifully-shot visual below.

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Sia Enlists Karate Kid For ‘Alive’ Music Video

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No, not THE Karate Kid of the Ralph Macchio variety. Rather it’s an adorable Asian girl serving up a fierce tutorial in martial arts at some abandoned warehouse. I’m just glad Sia decided to retire Maddie Ziegler. As fantastic of a dancer Ziegler is, it was time to let another bewigged child shine in a Sia clip.

Speaking of casting things aside, I hope the two-toned wig isn’t going to make an appearance in everything released during her This Is Acting era. I’m already sick of it.

The 39-year-old Aussie finally unveiled the music video for her Adele-rejected single “Alive.” I was beginning to think she abandoned the single since she recently debuted her far-superior, IMHO, single, “Bird Set Free.”

Given the relatively simple nature of the visual, I’m not sure exactly why it took so long. The delay certainly hindered the track’s chart and sales performance. Check out the video below.

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Initially, I was turned off by Pia Mia. I know she can’t help it, but I found her name borderline annoying. Silly, right? Anyway. Despite my attempt not to like her, the 19-year-old singer won me over with her Chris Brown-assisted single, “Do It Again.” She’s followed that up with an even more fantastic offering.

If you like “Sorry” by Justin Bieber, you’ll love “Touch.” Since the track was co-produced by BLOOD, the same person who assisted Skrillex on The Biebs song, it’s not surprising both tropical house-tinged tracks sound quite similar. In her case though, the summery vibe is fitting given her exotic heritage.

For the accompanying visual, the diva from Guam chose to film in Australia. Wise decision given her previous track charted quite well Down Under. Pia looks great in the Dave Meyers-directed music video, but the choreography is a bit pedestrian. Doesn’t really matter though, because “Touch” is sensational. It’s my new obsession. Check it out below.

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Ever since she mesmerized me on the Clean Bandit collabo, “Rather Be,” I’ve been a fan of Jess Glynne. Her heavenly voice is absolutely sublime.

In her native UK, she’s already racked up five chart-toppers. Her debut album, I Cry When I Laugh, is one of my favorite albums of the year. It sucks major balls that the 26-year-old isn’t hitting my neck of the woods during her North American Tour.

The English singer recently premiered the music video for her latest single, “Take Me Home.” The intimate clip features a vulnerable Jess, both physically and emotionally. She appears fully naked while emoting her little heart out, even shedding a few tears along the way. Check out the moving clip below.

“Finally… I can show you all the video for Take Me Home – I’m so pleased and nervous that it’s finally out. This is a song about the need to have someone who cares when you are at your most vulnerable. It’s an emotional song for me and I have to admit it brought me to tears filming the video, not because I was sad but because I was so grateful that I had someone to get me out of the dark hole I was in xxx” – Glynne via Facebook

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It’s great to see that Carly Rae Jepsen and her label haven’t completely given up on Emotion. The 29-year-old’s highly-underrated album is absolutely fantastic and critically well-reviewed, but hasn’t done very well commercially. Unfortunately, Carly Rae is a victim of her own success. People just want to classify her as a one-hit wonder after “Call Me Maybe.”

Jepsen has wisely chosen “Your Type” as her next single. For the accompanying clip, she decided to go a bit edgier than her previous visuals. Her boyfriend David Kalani Larkins and Gia Coppola, granddaughter of Francis Ford Coppola, directed the clip.

It follows Jepsen having a rough night. After having her headphones stolen, she makes her way to a dive bar to perform. In her imagination, she’s performing for a large crowd, but in reality, there’s practically no one there. Is this a commentary on the status of her recording career? Check out the clip below and weigh in afterward.

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The Iceland Tourism Board should really consider hiring Justin Bieber. His latest music video puts the Nordic island country in such a great light. I’m tempted to book a plane ticket immediately and take in the breathtaking views for myself.

I’ll Show You” shows the 21-year-old Canadian hiking mountains, taking a glacier dip in his undies, skateboarding and even chasing waterfalls. Doesn’t he know that he should stick to the rivers and the lakes that he’s used to 😉

Rory Kramer directed the visual for the Skrillex-produced track. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, Justin is on fire during his Purpose era. Musically speaking, everything is on point. There hasn’t been a bum note yet. Check out the video below.

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A month after dropping her catchy new track, “Player,” Tinashe finally unveils the accompanying visual. It’s about time.

The 22-year-old singer engages in dance battles with both men and women in the Emil Nava-directed clip. Chris Brown who lends his vocals on the track also appears in the clip.

I always knew girlfriend could dance, but I had no idea she was so proficient in several styles. If she ever competed on Dancing With The Stars, she’d definitely be a contender. A slayer in the recording studio and on the dance floor. That’s my girl!!

“Player” is off Tinashe’s forthcoming album Joyride. Hopefully, the new visual helps the track’s performance on the charts. Sadly, it’s not performing as well as I’d expected. Such a shame given how sensational the track is. Watch the music video below.

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Without his remix, “Cheerleader” by OMI would’ve never been the global smash that it was. That is 100% true. Felix Jaehn has the magic touch when it comes to tropical house.

The 21-year-old German producer also scored a hit with his Jasmine Thompson-assisted earworm, “Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better).” He recently released his new single which is bound to make some waves.

Book Of Love” is another club-ready tune that features his signature touch. This time around, he enlisted Polina to take over the vocals. For the accompanying clip, Felix finds himself chasing a woman at a creepy carnival with eccentric characters. Ryan Murphy would be proud of this Freak Show. Check out the clip below.

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