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Hailee Steinfeld’s first foray into music yielded respectable results. Her debut single “Love Myself” cracked The Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 and her latest is primed to do the same.

Rock Bottom” is the second release off the 19-year-old Oscar-nominated actress’s EP, Haiz. Joe Jonas and his band DNCE were enlisted for a new version of the cut. She also convinced them to appear in the accompanying music video for the poppy effervescent track.

Check out the Malia James-directed clip below which features Steinfeld flirting with model John Economou. Dang he’s adorable.

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Not only does his debut solo album, Mind of Mine, drop today but Zayn Malik also premiered a new music video. It’s for early LP standout, “BeFoUr” which I previously sang the praises of, minus the annoying upper cap styling of the title.

The accompanying clip is a laid-back affair. It shows Malik paling around with his pals in Manchester, England. The 23-year-old gives a glimpse into a day of his life. From cruising with his boys to getting his hair trimmed, the former One Direction singer is just your everyday dude. He even ends his day with some deep fried goodness. Check out the clip below.

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His new era has officially begun and it’s off to a great start. The day after revealing his new album’s title, Last Year Was Complicated, Nick Jonas shares the lead track which features the talented Tove Lo.

Never would’ve pictured these two together but it works. “Close” marries both their sounds perfectly. I’m obsessed with the steelpan intro. In a series of tweets, the 23-year-old Kingdom actor reveals the track is “about how I literally can’t open up and be vulnerable with someone..”

The accompanying visual, directed by Tim Erem, definitely conveys that sentiment. Both Jonas and Lo sit facing each other with their chairs being pushed and pulled throughout the clip. Along the way, their clothes fly off, leaving them with only nude-colored items on. It’s a very sultry video which ends with Tove straddling Nick. Lucky bitch 😉

“This music video is gonna require a few cold showers afterwords…,” tweeted Jonas. Check it out below.

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Spring may be here, but Meghan Trainor has ditched all her favorite pastels for a sassier darker look. Like so many pop divas before her, the 22-year-old singer appears to be entering her requisite ‘slutty’ era. I’m not talking Christina Aguilera “Dirrty” like levels, but still. Trainor has her come hither look down pat.

Trainor and her team have fashioned an excellent accompanying visual for her boy-bashing urban track. I’ve been obsessed with “NO” since my first listen and even more so after watching the clip. This should easily propel it into the Top 10. The single has so far only peaked at No. 11.

Set in an abandoned warehouse, Meghan shows off her dance moves with her all-female squad. She even gets a little handsy with them during some pretty steamy orgy-like situations. This isn’t your “Dear Future Husband” Trainor but an updated and sleeker new model. Check it out below.

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At his point, Sia’s not only funded Maddie Ziegler’s college tuition, but probably her wedding and maybe even her future kid’s college tuition as well. The Aussie singer has once again enlisted the talented 13-year-old to appear in her latest clip.

Cheap Thrills” is the fourth time the phenom has danced her little heart out for Sia. “Chandelier”, “Elastic Heart” and “Big Girls Cry” being the three previous times. This time around, Maddie is joined by two other dancers while Sia sings in the background with another oversized bow on her head.

Check out the clip below which Sia co-directed with Daniel Askill and Sia. It’s not the most exciting visual, but I suppose it’s all about Ziegler and her movements. Not surprisingly, she slays the choreography by Ryan Heffington.

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Looks like someone’s taking a page out of Justin Bieber’s playbook. Instead of releasing a music video featuring herself, Iggy Azalea chose to debut a dance clip for her new single. It’s a strategy The Biebs used for “Sorry” and “Love Yourself” which yielded great dividends. Both reached No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Team” is the official lead single from the Aussie rapper’s forthcoming second studio album, titled Digital Distortion. It’s the second taste off the LP after buzz track “Azillion.” Overall, it’s pretty darn solid. The beat is fresh and radio-friendly and Iggy’s rhymes are on point.

With that being said, I’m worried for Iggy that she won’t match the success of The New Classic which spawned “Fancy” and “Black Widow.” Right now, I sense she’s persona non grata in the public eye. Check out her new single below and weigh in if you think she’ll match her previous successes.

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With the Hunger Games dunzo, Josh Hutcherson has moved on to a new lady love. He swaps out Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) for Dope actress Kiersey Clemons for DJ Snake’s “Middle” music video. They make a pretty darn cute couple as well.

Middle” features vocals from English singer Bipolar Sunshine. It’s currently sitting outside the Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100. With the accompanying visual now released, the single’s chart performance should benefit. It might crack the Top 10 and join the company of DJ Snake’s other hits. Both “Turn Down For What” featuring Lil John and “Lean On” featuring Major Lazer and MO peaked at No. 4.

Check out the entertaining visual below. Director Collin Tilley appears to have taken inspiration from the superhero film, Kick-Ass.

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Before the music plays in the video, the Malaysian singer-songwriter reminisces when she used to watch planes take off, dreaming that one day she’d be on a flight herself. I can certainly relate to Yuna. My friends and I in high school used to hang at a beach near the airport.

Places To Go” is the lead single off the 29-year-old’s forthcoming album, titled Chapters. Legendary producer DJ Premier worked on the R&B tinged-track. The more I hear it, the more I love it. The black-and-white clip directed by Zev Schmitz, though simple, is quite beautifully shot. Check it out below.

“It’s a song about when you’re growing into the person that you’re meant to be. Sometimes you go through all these things that will change you as a person and you find it hard to deal with all of these challenges. You get tired of moving from one city to another and sometimes what helps you find a sense of yourself is to go back home and search for peace and sense of belonging. Sometimes you just need to take a break from all of it.” – Yuna told The Fader.

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