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What’s a dick graze and what’s its purpose? Channing Tatum is here to explain it to you in a new promotional music video for 22 Jump Street. It involves… you guessed it, grazing your bro’s crotch. It’s apparently a new gesture to celebrate your bromance. Proceed cautiously though. It’s a fine line between a graze and a grab.

Ladies, don’t feel left out. Tatum’s co-star Jillian Bell joins in on the action and raps about the female equivalent. Watch the hilarious music video below to find out. 22 Jump Street hits iTunes on October 28.

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Sometimes simple is best. I wasn’t a huge fan of “On The Rocks,” but the accompanying black and white video has warmed me up to the electro R&B ballad.

The narrative is relatively simple with Nicole Scherzinger distraught over her relationship with an extremely hunky man. Yelling and some ugly crying goes on before the former Pussycat Dolls frontwoman magically tosses her ex off his chair. She then runs into the desert where plenty of glamor shots begin. She may not be able to produce a chart-topper in North America, but girl can toss her hair in the wind like no other. She looks stunning here.

“On The Rocks” isn’t a surefire hit but I’m optimistic it could do some minor damage on the charts. At least over in the UK. Scherzinger seems to have better luck over there. Give the Tim Mattia-directed clip a view below.

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Double the booty, double the fun. Jennifer Lopez was wise to swap out frequent collaborator Pitbull with Iggy Azalea on the remix of her new single, “Booty.” This could be the hit she’s desperately looking for off her disappointing album, A.K.A.

The ladies’ “Booty” music video looks to outdo Nicki Minja’s “Anaconda” in the ass department. The 30-second teaser is jam-packed with visuals of Lopez and Azalea’s glistening derrières.

Lopez shared the clip with Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb on the Today show. I can’t wait to see the entire clip which was directed by Hype Williams. Watch the teaser below.

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Usher must be clearly talking about a different ‘she’ because while he’s dancing up a storm at the club, Nicki Minaj is walking around at some random electronics shop. Couldn’t they have filmed at least one scene together in the same room. Pharrell Williams, who produced the track, even makes a cameo in the Philip Andelman-directed visual.

In Minaj’s defense, I suppose she’s one busy lady these days. Not only did she recently release her “Anaconda” video but she also appears with Ariana Grande in Jessie J’s “Bang Bang” clip.

Watch the “She Came To Give It To You” video below to see Minaj deliver her verses in the backroom while Ush executes his signature killer dance moves. Not the greatest clip, but I’m still a fan of the track.

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Nicki Minaj Booty Drops ‘Anaconda’ Music Video

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At first listen, I absolutely hated “Anaconda.” However, it’s begun to grow on me upon subsequent listens. I blame Sir Mix-A-Lot for that. Nicki Minaj wisely samples the Seattle rapper’s 90s smash hit, “Baby Got Back” for her latest single.

“Anaconda” was originally recorded by Missy Elliott back in 2012 but was shelved. Minaj resurrected the track with production assistance from Polow Da Don and Da Internz. It’ll be featured on her forthcoming studio album titled The Pinkprint.

The 31-year-old rapper just premiered the accompanying visual. As expected, there’s plenty of booty dropping, twerking and all things ass-related. Most likely NSFW, especially if your office is a conservative one. Drake makes a cameo in the clip, as the recipient of a lap dance from Nicki. Check out all the action below. Make sure you’re all ready for the jelly before proceeding.

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Taylor Swift Shakes It Off In Brand New Video

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if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it as they say. Much like she did to kick off her Red era, Taylor Swift used a popular online destination to announce her forthcoming album and new single. This time around, she chose Yahoo! Live Stream in lieu of YouTube to share the news.

Swift unveiled her new single “Shake It Off” on Monday. The Max Martin/Shellback-produced single isn’t a jilted love song but rather a fun and upbeat pop anthem. It’s the lead cut off her forthcoming fifth studio album titled 1989- the year she was born.

The accompanying visual finds Taylor taking on different dance styles, ranging from ballet, to hip-hop to contemporary. Is someone auditioning for So You Think You Can Dance ;) Watch the 24-year-old channel her inner Black Swan below.

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Back in 2010, New Kids On The Block and Backstreet Boys joined forces for a joint NKOTBSB tour. Four years later, Nick Carter and Jordan Knight are taking a break from their respective groups to form Nick & Knight.

Their first single “One More Time” which surfaced weeks ago received the accompanying visual today. It’s a relatively simple concept with Carter and Knight channeling their inner Terry Richardson, photographing two ladies in an intimate situation.

The duo’s debut album hits stores on September 2 with their two-month tour kicking off a couple weeks later on September 15 in Nashville. Check out their new video below.

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Even in the afterlife Michael Jackson continues to make history. His visual for “A Place With No Name” became the first music video ever to premiere on Twitter. Musicians promoting their clips via the social media is nothing new, but watching them within tweets is a fairly new feature.

The video is the second single off Jackson’s critically acclaimed posthumous album, Xscape. The lead single, “Love Never Felt So Good,” became his first top ten hit in the US on the Hot 100 since 2001’s “You Rock My World.”

“A Place With No Name” was originally recorded in 1998 and updated by superproducer Stargate. Award-winning director Samuel Bayer filmed the video which features footage of the late King of Pop dancing in previously unreleased outtakes from his 1992 “In the Closet” video. Interspersed in between MJ’s moves is a couple dancing on the beach and other locations. Check out the video below.

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