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Megan Trainor releases her highly-anticipated sophomore album Thank You later this week. May 13 to be exact. Ahead of it the 22-year-old just debuted the LP’s second official single. And it’s another sassy tune showing off her confidence. “If I was you, I’d wanna be me too,” M-Train coyly declares on “Me Too.”

Hannah Lux Davis delivers the promotional music clip which features Meghan getting ready for a video shoot. She wakes up and brushes her teeth, rides around LA in her giraffe onesie and primps in her dressing room before showing off her dance moves armed with a squad of ladies. All and all, it’s a cute and fun visual.

The EDM beat is absolutely killer and addictive. Immediately, I found myself bopping. The track also features some Gospel-like moments. “Me Too” is surprisingly good. Check out the video below.

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Not including her recording of Ellen’s Season 13 theme song, “Just Like Fire” is Pink’s first real single in over three years. And it’s a sensational return. The Max Martin-produced power ballad is vintage Pink but also shows off a new side- a surprising rap break by the 36-year-old singer.

For the accompanying video, she enlisted longtime collaborator Dave Meyers to direct. Since the single is for Alice Through The Looking Glass, it’s only fitting Pink head to Wonderland. She faces off against herself in an epic life-sized chess game and hosts an aerial tea party. Speaking of aerials, it wouldn’t be a Pink video without the singer showing off her silk-twirling abilities. Girl loves to be upside down.

Check out the video below which features cameos from her daughter Willow and husband Carey Hart. Be sure to stay til the end for the surprise ending.

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As a huge dog lover myself, this music video is right up my alley. I want to adopt every single puppy in this clip. They’re beyond adorable, especially when they get the Beyonce wind machine slo-motion treatment. Bey has nothing on their hairography 😉

Tegan & Sara are making good on their promise to deliver a visual for every single track off their eighth studio album, Love You To Death, out on June 3. “100x” follows previously-released clips for “U-Turn” and my personal favorite, “Boyfriend.” Check out the video below directed by Jess Rona.

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When Jennifer Lopez released “Ain’t Your Mama,” she received substantial backlash. Not so much for the quality of the track but for who produced it- Dr. Luke. J. Lo wisely amps up the female empowerment aspect of the lyrics written by Meghan Trainor for the accompanying video.

“Treat me good, you know?” Lopez told Entertainment Tonight. “Guys have this tendency… They love you in the beginning, and you’re the hottest woman on earth. Then, all of a sudden it’s like, ‘Okay, where’s my food?’ And I’m like, ‘What?!? You kidding me? Take me out.’”

The clip begins with a sample of Hillary Clinton’s 1995 speech from the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women. Lopez then takes on different personas fighting for their rights from the 50s all the way to present day. The 80s look is my favorite. The 46-year-old then ends it off with an epic dance number, wearing a white jumpsuit with distractingly ugly denim chaps. Check out the video below.

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Fifth Harmony Slow Things Down On ‘Write On Me’

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It appears Fifth Harmony is exhausted after working so hard from home. I don’t blame them. Those construction workers in their video were hot!!! I wouldn’t mind being tired from that 😉

The girl group slow things down on their latest taste off 7/27 out on May 27. “Write On Me” is an anthemic ballad with a light tropical house beat. It’s quite fantastic. Each lady gets to shine and display their soaring vocals.

“Write On Me is lyrically my favorite song on the album. To me the song is an extended metaphor where you’re asking somebody to “write” on you, envelop you with their words, make their mark on you like you’re a blank canvas,” Camilla wrote on Instagram.

For the accompanying visual, the ladies take an equally simple and literal approach. Some A-HA “Take On Me” sketchpad-like effects take place. Check out the black-and-white clip below.

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Janet Jackson recently announced she’s resting up due to doctor’s orders. Rumor has it, the almost 50-year-old diva is pregnant. Congrats, if it’s true.

Given that her Unbreakable World Tour is currently on hold due to her rumored pregnancy, this new music video for “Dammn Baby” comes as a surprise. After all, it’s been almost eight months since she officially released a single off her current album. Whatever the reason, as a huge Janet fan, I’m glad she hasn’t given up completley on Unbreakable.

Directed by Dave Meyers, the black-and-white clip is vintage Janet. It’s all about the choreography and Jackson’s signature smile and fierceness. Check out the music video below.

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Just days after premiering their “Boyfriend” music video, Tegan & Sara share a new visual to promote their forthcoming new album. And it’s another whimsical fun affair.

U-Turn” is the second taste off their first new album in three years, Love You To Death. The Quin twins turn to Hunx and His Punx frontman Seth Bogart to direct the accompanying vid. Wearing matching jackets, they go for a spin to explore their animated surroundings.

If you enjoy the clip, you’re in luck. The Canadian siblings plan to pull a Beyonce and release a video for each song off the album. Check out their latest below.

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Elle King broke out in a big way with her infectious bluesy rock smash, “Ex’s & Oh’s.” Love that song. The 26-year-old rising talent recently released new clips to support two tracks off her debut album, Love Stuff.

America’s Sweetheart” finds King heading back to the disco era for an old school roller skating party. Meanwhile, on the complete opposite spectrum, the southern rock chanteuse opts for stop-motion animation to deliver a Bond-esque type narrative for “Under The Influence.” Check out both clips below.

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