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Fleur East’s debut single, “Sax,” has done quite well in several foreign markets including Hungary, Belgium, Ireland and her native UK. In North America however, it hasn’t even made a dent. And it’s not for lack of trying. The funky track has appeared in promos for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Uncle Buck and also been featured on Dancing With The Stars but hasn’t cracked the Billboard Hot 100 yet.

The Series 11 X Factor runner-up recently crossed the pond to New York to inject some momentum for the brassy number. In between all the media stops, the 29-year-old singer filmed a new music video. Adorably titled “Sax And The City,” Fleur East shows off her dance moves while iconic New York sights serve as the backdrop. Check out the fun new visual below.

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Usher Dances His Pain Away In ‘Crash’ Music Video

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Usher recently released two new singles for his fans. While “No Limit” catered to the hip-hop crowd, “Crash” was targeted for mainstream radio and primed for Billboard Hot 100 success. Of the two, I much preferred the latter.

The 37-year-old singer just debuted the accompanying visual for “Crash.” Directed by Christopher Sims, the clip finds Usher dancing his pain away in a studio as his former lady love is shown in a large projection behind him. Check out the video for the sensational track below.

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At long last, Calvin Harris and Rihanna have debuted the music video for their killer anthem “This Is What You Came For.” Their latest collab currently sits at its peak position of No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100. Their previous two, “We Found Love” and “Where Have You Been” reached No. 1 and No. 5 respectively. With a newly-dropped visual, “TIWYCF” stands a good shot of cracking the Top 5 like the others.

The music video is relatively simple in concept but executed quite fantastically by director Emil Nava. Rihanna performs inside a gigantic cube while lasers and different landscapes light up the studio. I’m somewhat curious to know if the white box is the same one Drake used for “Hotline Bling.” Probably not, but it looks very similar.

Check out the entertaining clip below which features only a cameo from Calvin Harris. Guess he was too busy to appear in the video for his own song. Perhaps, he was already mending his broken heart and learned that Taylor Swift had already moved on with a new beau, The AvengersTom Hiddleston. She certainly has a type doesn’t she 😉

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He first took us to church with his debut single and now Hozier is back to deliver a new track that will have us worshiping his deep rich baritone voice all over again.

Better Love,” like his breakout single “Take Me To Church,” is another anthemic indie rock soul-infused number. It serves as the theme song for the upcoming film, The Legend of Tarzan. By the time awards season arrives, I have a strong feeling the 26-year-old Irish singer might be in contention for an Oscar for Best Original Song. It’s lush and cinematic, exactly what the Academy loves.

Check out the music video below which features footage from the film interspersed with Hozier tickling the ivories.

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Zara Larsson appears to be the go-to featured vocalist of the moment. The 18-year-old Swedish singer assisted Tinie Tempah and MNEK on “Girls Like” and “Never Forget You” respectively. Not to mention, she’s done well on her own with her breakthrough single “Lush Life.”

David Guetta is the latest to tap the rising pop star. He’s enlisted Zara for his UEFA Euro theme song, “This One’s For You.” If you find the song instantly catchy, it’s maybe because it reminds you of another smash hit. Diplo and DJ Snake have both accused Guetta of ripping off their hit collabo, “Lean On.” Truthfully, they do sound remarkably similar.

Not surprisingly, the accompanying visual features plenty of people playing soccer all around the world. No doubt thanks to Turkish Airlines which clearly sponsored the clip. Check out the official music video below.

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Jennifer Lopez, Milla Jovovich, Rafael Nadal, Perez Hilton and Jean-Claude Van Damme!!! Talk about the most random group of people ever. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Super producer RedOne corralled a bunch of notable names to appear in the music video for his new earworm.

Don’t You Need Somebody” is the lead cut off his highly-anticipated full-length debut album. The festive track features the vocal talents of Shaggy, Enrique Iglesias, R. City, and Serayah. Speaking of Iglesias, it’s interesting that he’s the only one who doesn’t appear in the clip. Was he too busy banging Anna Kournikova to send in a selfie video of himself singing, like the other celebs.

The full list of cameos are Akon, Alex Sparrow, Ali Bsseel, Bibi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Dave Stewart and Kaya Stewart, Dr. Simon Ourian, French Montana, Howie Mandel, James Rodriguez, Jay McGuinness, Aliona Vilani, Jean-Claude Van Damme, JLO, John Maman, Just Jarred, Kaitlin Bristowe, Karina Bazan, Kevin McHale, Kristina Bazan, Maître Gimms, Max Schneider, Mesut Özil, Milla Jovovich, MomoMomo, Mr Brainwash, Perez Hilton, Priyanka Chopra, David Luiz, Blaise Matuidi, Josh Norman, R City, Rafael Nadal, Randy Jackson, Ryan Seacrest Serayah, Shaggy, Simobb Tal, Thahn Bui and The Band Perry. Check out the star-studded clip below.

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Last Year Was Complicated officially drops today and is now available on music streaming services. To celebrate the release of his third solo studio album, Nick Jonas premiered a new music video. It’s the second one the 23-year-old has debuted this week, but this one is far sexier than his “Bacon” clip which was set at a late night diner.

Under You” is one of my favorite cuts from his new LP. His team should really consider giving the uptempo track an official single release. It has massive potential to do damage on the charts, especially given the sizzling clip.

For the accompanying visual, Jonas gets up close and personal with Pretty Little Liars actress, Shay Mitchell. He starts off looking dapper in a sharp suit before taking it all off and joining her in the shower. His muscles look exceptionally tasty as water cascades down every ripple. God, I’m thirsty 😉

The clip premiered exclusively on Tidal, but a ripped version has surfaced online. If you don’t have a Tidal account, check out the video below before it gets taken down.

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The star of Uzoechi Emenike, better known as MNEK, continues to rise in 2016. His Zara Larsson collaboration, “Never Forget You,” has conquered several territories and his profile increased tremendously after working with Beyoncé on my favorite Lemonade track, “Hold Up.”

Interestingly enough, the 21-year-old British artist somewhat utilizes the same sliding room-to-room filming technique in his new video that Bey used during her Destiny’s Child days on the “Say My Name” video. Clearly, he’s part of the BeyHive.

“‘At Night’ is a song about insomnia so I wanted that captured in the video,” he told The Fader. “For me, it was to make sure a mix of people from different walks of life were showcased going through the different stages of it. The restlessness, the frustration – the overthinking too! Patrick Killingbeck directed it and he and his team really brought it on home. Hope you enjoy!”

At Night (I Think About You),” in my opinion, is his best offering yet. The drum and bass beat with killer chorus make for the perfect heartbreak dance anthem. If you’re gonna be sad about splitting with your ex, you might as well dance slash vogue the night away. Right? Watch the entertaining music video directed by Patrick Killingbeck (AlunaGeorge and Foxes) below.

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