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I don’t know about you, but I get a little squeamish at the sight of blood, especially copious amounts of it. Even though I know it’s clearly fake, watching Adam Levine drenched in it with Behati Prinsloo is a little creepy. I’m sure some of you have a different point of view and will find the clip hot.

The newlyweds get naked and intimate for the Samuel Bayer-directed clip. Levine plays a butcher who’s obsessed with Prinsloo and preys upon her. Maroon 5 received a little flack for the controversial lyrics and I’m sure the accompanying visual will do nothing but add more fuel to that fire. Give it a view below.

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Hilary Duff’s image has never been that of a sexy pop siren. Instead, the 26-year-old’s brand is all about being the adorable girl next door. Why mess with a good thing right? Duff is all smiles and sunshine in her new “All About You” clip which was released earlier this week.

She hangs out with her girls at the studio doing a little bit of country-inspired line dancing moves. After spotting a cute hipster at a cafe, she goes on a mission to find him with only a record which he left behind as a clue. Not exactly Cinderella’s glass slipper but it’ll do. Naturally, she finds him at some random bridge party. Happily ever after?

The song is faring better than “Chasing The Sun” in some foreign markets including Australia where it’s cracked the Top 20. Will it do the same stateside? Weigh in below. Check out the visual below.

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It’s hard to believe Jennifer Lopez has never worked with Hype Williams prior to this. The prolific music video director finally gets his chance. And it definitely doesn’t disappoint. Especially if you’re a butt man. It makes Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” clip look like a G rated affair.

Lopez bounces her butt on Iggy Azalea’s posterior practically every moment they’re together. When solo, J. Lo serves up some major 80s glamor. Love the 9 1/2 Weeks-inspired homage near the end. By far, it’s one of the 45-year-old entertainer’s hottest visuals to date.

It’s hard to believe she’s approaching 50. Lopez puts women half her age to shame. Check out the clip below.

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Rising Artist Spotlight: Tove Lo

In: Donovan, Music
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With her debut album, Queen Of The Clouds, about to drop on September 30, I thought it was the perfect time to put the spotlight on this talented Swedish singer. What is it about Sweden that churns out so many fantastic pop acts? Robyn, Ace of Base, Icona Pop, Avicii, ABBA and the list goes on. Not to mention IKEA ;)

Born Tove Ebba Elsa Nilsson, the 26-year-old has written songs for other artists including Icona Pop, Girls Aloud, and Cher Lloyd. I have no doubt you’ve heard her infectious single “Habits (Stay High).” 18 months after its release, it’s finally making an impact on the Billboard Hot 100 breaking into the Top 20.

Tove Lo recently debuted two followups- “Not On Drugs” and “Timebomb.” Both tracks have me excited to check out her debut LP. Time magazine touts it as “one of the year’s strongest pop releases.” I can’t wait to watch her show, when her tour hits my neck of the woods in the coming weeks. Check her new tracks below, along with some of her earlier work.

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Nick Jonas previously revealed that his girlfriend served as the inspiration for his new track “Jealous” after a night out partying. I’m assuming the former Miss Universe stunner attracted attention from several unwanted suitors. I’m also sure he attracted his fair share of lustful glances as well.

It only makes sense Olivia Culpo appears in the accompanying visual. The 22-year-old beauty queen plays a cello while wearing lingerie as one of her duties in the clip. Meanwhile, Jonas shows off his athletics skills- punching a body bag, batting the sh*t out of a light bulb and playing basketball against a much taller opponent. It’s all very random, including the part where he plays a cab driver. Check out the video below.

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Word of Chris Brown and Ariana Grande’s duet surfaced earlier this year. “Don’t Be Gone Too Long” was put on the backburner when Brown was incarcerated again.

Allegedly, Grande’s team wanted to distance their beloved pop princess from Chris’ shenanigans and wanted Ariana’s vocals gone from the duet. It appeared they got their way since the version of “Don’t Be Gone Too Long” appearing on Brown’s forthcoming LP, X, doesn’t include Ariana’s riffs. Instead, it’s some other random chick.

It’s interesting that the video, directed by Brown himself, leaked just days before his new album drops. Shady, shady, shady. Ariana and Chris play a medieval Romeo and Juliet-like couple in the visual. The “Problem” singer even ditches her signature pony. Check out the clip below.

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With Summer unofficially over, Calvin Harris has finally released the follow up to his smash, “Summer.” The Scottish DJ steps away from the mic this time around and lets John Newman take over the vocals. Newman is best known for his debut single “Love Me Again.” “Blame” is another winner for Harris and primed to be another chart-topper.

The Emil Nava-directed video begins with Harris and Newman at their respective mansions with scantily-clothed women around them. After that, it’s a bunch of random scenes of attractive people partying in the club. I suppose the clip’s narrative is that the nightlife and copious amounts of drinking are to blame for their tricks. All in all, it’s pretty par for the course for an EDM track. Give it a watch below.

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As she prepares to give birth to her second child, Alicia Keys couldn’t help but think about the world she’s bringing her baby into. The 33-year-old singer decided to put her thoughts in a brand new track titled, “We Are Here.” She talks about Gaza, Israel, Nigeria and other conflicts in the world today.

Whether this introspective ballad is the signaling of Keys’ new era, who knows? I’m thinking most likely not and it’s just a stand-alone single. Check out the accompanying music video below which Alicia premiered on Facebook this week, along with a detailed description about what inspired the reflective track.

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