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PSY Has A Hangover With Snoop Dogg For New Video

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Just last week, “Gangnam Style” became the first YouTube video to cross the two billion mark. If you think the phenomenon has died, you’re wrong. Just this year alone the viral hit has reportedly been viewed nearly 100 million times. Insane right?

While impossible to match its predecessor’s smash status, the South Korean rapper’s followup did relatively well. “Gentleman” peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.

PSY is back with a buzz single to promote his forthcoming album. “Hangover” features a different sound than his previous hits. The party track has a dirtier beat and has a heavier hip-hop influence. No doubt in part to Snoop Dogg’s participation.

For those who prefer his more K-Pop sound, I suspect the official lead cut, “Daddy,” due later this summer, will be in line with his signature offerings. Give his latest video a spin below. On a side note, I’d totally watch a sitcom watching Snoop and PSY’s adventures. Network execs make it happen!!!

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Becky G Just Can’t Get Enough Of Pitbull

In: Donovan, Music
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Being the embarrassingly hardcore Pitbull fan that I am, naturally I had to share his latest collaboration. Is it me or does it seem like Mr. Worldwide is practically everywhere these days? His latest appearance finds himself pairing up with 17-year-old Inglewood rapper Becky G.

Who is Becky G you say? Dr. Luke’s protege has worked with the likes of Cher Lloyd, Kesha and even persuaded Jennifer Lopez to make a cameo in her debut music video.

Even though I prefer Becky G’s “Shower” to “Can’t Get Enough,” I don’t blame her for filming a music video for the latter first. Naturally, it has the Pitbull factor. But it also recently hit number one on Billboard’s Latin Rhythm Airplay chart. Give the colorful visual a spin below. I also suggest checking out “Shower” below. That song has the making of becoming a Summer smash given the right promotion.

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Adam Barta is at it again with another comedy song duet, this time with Margaret Cho. “See U Next Tuesday” came out months ago but now we finally have a video for it featuring some of your most loved (and love to hate) queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Margaret herself only makes a few quick camoes due to time constraint with filming Drop Dead Diva and werking it in Tina Fey’s new comedy – she busaaaay! Adam and Margaret talked about it before shooting the video and came up with less Cho, more Mo. So what’s a boy to do when you need more mo? Call in the queens, of course! The ever so talented and adored JuJubee was kind enough to lend her lip sync for your LIFE talents to play the part of Margaret Cho in the video.

The other queens to the rescue were Pandora Boxx, Venus D’lite, sweet as pie Joslyn Fox and everyone’s most hated queen Magnolia Crawford. I don’t care what anyone says though, boy looks GOOD out of drag. Rounding out the reality TV ensemble was Ian Bernardo, Robin Kassner, Tina Jensen of The Glamazons and if you look closely even lil’ol me!

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Celine Finally Debuts ‘Incredible’ Music Video

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It feels like forever since I first heard Celine Dion’s duet with Ne-Yo. To be fair, it was all the way back in October 2013 when “Incredible” first surfaced. Photos from the video shot appeared online in January, however it finally took til today for the 46-year-old chanteuse to release the accompanying visual. Not sure exactly what caused the delay (label drama perhaps), but it’s finally here. Check it out below.

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Adore Delano Debuts Heartbreaking Ballad

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Of all the contestants ever to compete on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Danny Noriega aka Adore Delano launching a recording career makes the most sense. After all, no one else can claim they made the live rounds of American Idol. Sure Courtney Act got far on Australian Idol, but let’s face it, American Idol is far more competitive, especially during its hey day. Even before he put on stilettos, I was a fan of Noreiga and glad he finally has his chance to pursue a successful recording career.

On the heels of his highly sexual “DTF” which premiered last week, Delano makes a 180 and drops a heartbreaking ballad. Wise move not to choose the campy route like most of her compatriots follow. “I Adore U” is beautiful, personal and haunting. Both tracks are off her forthcoming debut album, Til Death Do us Party. Give the video for “I Adore U” a spin below.

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Normally, I’m not a fan of music videos primarily consisting of footage from a concert tour but I’ll make an exception in this case. Along with Justin Timberlake performing “Not A Bad Thing” during a show, his new visual incorporates plenty of heart-tugging love stories of all kinds.

JT encouraged his fans to submit pictures and videos using #NotABadLoveStory. Not surprisingly, many answered the call. The result is a heartwarming video that features same-sex relationships, love for pets and even one person declaring self-love after battling mental illness. Check out the clip below.

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Problem” currently sits at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. Since online streams now factor in SoundScan’s tabulations, it’s all but guaranteed Ariana Grande will score her first chart-topper next week with the official music video premiering today. Fans have been waiting impatiently for the visual to drop.

Honestly, I’m not sure why it took so long. The Nev Todorovic-directed clip is nice but nothing ground-breaking. It’s pretty much Grande and Iggy Azalea heading back to the 60s to have some psychedelic fun while rocking Barbarella-inspired hair. Jane Fonda would be proud. Check out the video below.

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I recently went to a Foster The People concert with a friend who snagged some free tickets. Though I’ve heard a few songs from them, like most people, the only one I really know is their huge smash “Pumped Up Kicks.”

After checking them out live, I have a new-found appreciation for the band. Even though I wasn’t familiar with their material I found myself thoroughly captivated throughout the show. It doesn’t translate to music videos that well, but lead singer Mark Foster has a sexy swagger that he exudes when performing live. I’m officially a fan.

The American indie band based in Los Angeles just debuted their latest clip off their LP, Supermodel. “Best Friend” is a great choice as a single. This has the potential to crossover to mainstream radio. The video is part horror flick, part PSA about drugs with a dash of haute couture glamor. A killer supermodel is on the rampage devouring other rival glamazonians in her way. Here’s what the band said about their new visual.

“It’s a commentary on the modeling industry and the fashion industry and the pressures women feel and girls feel every day,” said Mark Foster to MTV. “It’s a playful take on that; it’s not too heavy handed.”

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