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Tegan & Sara Debut ‘Boyfriend’ Music Video

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Tegan and Sara recently kicked off their new era by debuting two new singles off their forthcoming album, Love You To Death, due out June 3. Both “U-Turn” and “Boyfriend” tracks are fantastic, but I much prefer the latter. The 80s-tinged synth-pop anthem by producer Greg Kurstin has potential smash written all over it.

For the accompanying video, the Quin sisters enlisted actress Clea Duvall to direct. It’s a fairly simple visual featuring the Canadian duo singing in front of different colored backdrops while a frazzled fictional director played by Rachel Antonoff attempts to film them. The clip also features cameos from Parenthood alums Sarah Ramos and Mae Whitman. Check out the clip below.

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As much as I love an Adam Lambert ballad, I much prefer him when his vocals soar over a banging club beat. Naturally, his collaboration with Felix Jaehn and Steve Aoki immediately received heavy rotation on my playlist. Love the track. The trio just released the accompanying visual and it’s interesting to say the least.

While I expected a summery tone for the music video, having a chimp as the leading man was unexpected. It would’ve been a nice treat for Glamberts if Adam appeared in the clip, but I guess she was bussay 😉

If you’ve ever wondered what a day in the life of a playboy chimpanzee looked like, check out the “Can’t Go Home” clip below.

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Rapper Jake Miller Will Leave You Thirsty

In: Donovan, Music, Totally GAY!

HOT DAMN I’m speechless. After checking out his pics, Jake Miller will have the same effect on you as well.

Honestly, I had no idea who the 23-year-old rapper was until I stumbled upon his pics. Thank God, I did. I have a new Instagram crush. Dude can rock out red swim trunks like a lifeguard. Speaking of which, The Rock should really consider adding Miller to the Baywatch movie. Give that Zac Efron a run for his money.

Check out his sexy Instagram pics below, which includes one of him naked with only a bit of fabric covering his naughty bits. I also added a couple of his music videos in case you wanted to check out his other talents. He’s actually not bad. MTV named him an Artist to Watch in 2014. The network was definitely ahead of their time.

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Rihanna sure does love her guns. Whether she’s saving the world on the big screen, slaying it in her music videos or tatted on her body, a pistol is more often than not present. Is someone secretly campaigning to become the next NRA president 😉

Work” is still dominating the Billboard Hot 100, but Rihanna is hoping to find her next hit soon. She’s released “Needed Me” to urban stations while pop radio has “Kiss It Better.” The latter received a video treatment weeks ago and now it’s the former’s turn. Of the two, her latest is my favorite.

The visual for “Needed Me” is one of her most cinematic clips to date. Rihanna needs to work with Springs Breakers director Harmony Korine more often. Their collaboration is killer… literally.

Whether she’s wearing a barely-there sheer number or leather ensemble, the 28-year-old superstar oozes sex with every frame. Watch below to watch RiRi seek revenge on her cheating man caught red-handed at the strip club.

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Hair” became an immediate favorite the instant I heard it last year. At long last, Little Mix has decided to release the sassy breakup anthem as their next single off their third studio alum, Get Weird.

To freshen up the track from the album version, the British quartet enlisted Sean Paul to contribute a guest verse. Speaking of Sean Paul, the 43-year-old reggae artist is having a bit of a renaissance lately. In the past few months he’s assisted on “Cheap Thrills” (Sia), “Lay You Down Easy” (Magic!), “Make My Love Go” (Jay Sean) and now this. Welcome back!!!

For the accompanying visual, Little Mix has a slumber party where they sing into their hairbrushes about being over their loser exes. Sounds like a good time 😉 Check out the music video below.

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American rapper G-Eazy has released three albums previously, but it’s his fourth album, When It’s Dark Out, that’s his most successful. All thanks due to his breakthrough single, “Me, Myself & I.” The Bebe Rexha-assisted track peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100. I’m sure the 26-year-old rapper is hoping his latest follows in its predecessor’s footsteps.

G-Eazy teams up with Chris Brown and Troy Lanez for “Drifting.” There used to be a time when a Brown appearance would yield solid results. Not so much lately. His work as a featured artist on tracks by Tinashe, Rita Ora, Zendaya, Rick Ross, Pitbull and Pia Mia have all underwhelmed on the charts. Maybe this will be a turning point.

In the accompanying visual, G-Eazy has a little sexy time in a hotel room with a pretty lady, while Brown and Lanez mug for the camera inside other parts of the hotel. Check out the Daniel CZ-directed clip below.

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Is it wrong that I want that neon pink flamingo? I need that now!!!

AlunaGeorge shares another track off their forthcoming sophomore album, I Remember. And the title track to boot. The London-based electronic music duo teams up with Aussie wunderkind Flume on the pulsating track. Love that their signature synthed-out cracking glitches are back. As much as I love “I’m In Control,” I think I might like this better.

Check out the music video directed by Daniel Iglesias Jr. below. Aluna Francis lounges around her apartment while hooking up with her man in between random household tasks.

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Margaret Cho drops a new music album, titled American Myth, on April 29. It showcases her first efforts as a composer. With the assistance of her longtime collaborator Garrison Starr, they filled the album with anthems that are a “glamorous and glittering tribute to family, comedy, anger, fame, gayness, grief, fat pride, love, and hate.”

The lead cut, titled “Anna Nicole,” is you guessed it, all about Anna Nicole Smith. The 47-year-old comedian was friends with the late model. They even had an epic make out session on Smith’s 2002 Christmas special. Cho even references that spit-swapping moment on her tribute track.

“This is a wonderful collaboration with Garrison Starr and it’s a requiem for Anna Nicole Smith that is as beautiful and quirky as she was. It’s my version of Candle in the Wind, and about the archetype of someone who is too good for this world that exists in all of us.” – Margaret Cho

Check out the music video below directed by Bryan Mir. Cho navigates her way through a party filled with Anna Nicole impersonators. A little creepy to say the least 😉

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