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Justin Bieber Debuts Catchy New Track ‘Sorry’

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Holy crap is Justin Bieber ever on a roll or what. “What Do You Mean” was so undeniably catchy, I worried the 21-year-old Canadian singer would be hard-pressed to find a worthy follow-up. But he has…

Sorry” is a straight up jam that has monster hit written all over it. The Skrillex-produced track isn’t tropical house like its predecessor but does have a sunny feel. I get a dancehall sorta vibe from it.

The track was supposed to debut tomorrow but the Biebs decided to drop it a day early. Hopefully, the visual below isn’t the official clip but just a buzz video. Justin is nowhere to be found. Instead, a troupe of ladies show off some fun choreography. Give it a spin below.

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We’ve all been warned to drink responsibly and say ‘no’ to drugs. Tove Lo apparently ignored that advice. At least in her latest video, she did.

The 27-year-old Swedish singer finds herself in trouble with the law in her “Moments” music video. Definitely warranted after causing a scene at the supermarket and shooting her husband-to-be at the altar. Just a typical night for Tove 😉

Moments” is the third official single off Queen of the Clouds. Her previous two releases, “Habits (Stay High)” and “Talking Body,” both did well on the charts in the US, UK and her native Sweden. Her latest should follow suit. Check out the Tim Erem-directed visual below.

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Florence + The Machine first debuted “Delilah” back in May. At long last, the English indie rock band drops a music video for the How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful standout.

Directed by Vincent Haycock, the stunning visual features lead singer Welch as the biblical character, Delilah. She navigates her way through a hellish seedy apartment complex. As you’d expect, there’s plenty of religious imagery and Welch executing her signature convulsive dance moves. Check out the clip below.

Delilah Music Video Description

A staunch fan favourite on record and equally popular live number, the video for ‘Delilah’ continues to visually chornicle Florence in her journey through the engulfing landscapes of the songs on How Big How Blue How Beautiful. Filmed in Los Angeles, it sees Florence assume the role of the biblical character Delilah, whilst keeping true to the adventurous aesthetic and themes that have been the markings of the Odyssey series.

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When we last left Troy Sivan’s Blue Neighbourhood visual trilogy, we saw the 20-year-old’s budding romance with a childhood boyfriend end after the father of his lover walked in on the two making out. The father forbade his son from seeing Sivan. Making matters even worse, his former lover found a new girlfriend.

The concluding chapter features the Aussie singer’s beautiful ballad, “Talk Me Down,” the official lead single off his forthcoming debut album. We learn Troye’s former boyfriend’s father has now passed. Though the boys reunite at the funeral, they don’t get an happily-ever-after ending. I won’t spoil the heartbreaking conclusion. Check out the Tim Mattia-directed visual below.

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Kelly Clarkson was supposed to hit my neck of the wood last weekend, but the American Idol winner canceled her Canadian and UK dates due to health concerns. The most frustrating thing about that was the fact I was missing my Nick Jonas fill. The Kingdom actor was one of her opening acts. Damn, you Kelly!!!

Though, I’m still a little salty from Clarkson bailing, I have to give her props on her new duet. She sounds sensational on Ben Haenow’s new single “Second Hand Heart.” If you liked Olly Murs and Demi Lovato’s “Up,” you’ll love this is. This folk-tinged track is in the similar vein but much better executed. Plus, you have Kelly, whose powerful pipes are in a league of their own.

For the James Lee-directed clip, we see the X Factor UK winner finding his way back to Kelly using multitude modes of transportation- truck, boat and bike. I’m pretty sure the two never filmed together. They don’t share a single scene together until the end and even then, they’re not in the same shot, minus a back view of a Kelly stand-in. Check out the clip below.

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Gwen Stefani returned to the recording studio after a long hiatus when she first appeared on The Voice last year. Sadly both “Spark The Fire” and “Baby Don’t Lie” failed to recapture the same magic as her previous hits. The 46-year-old wisely decided to scrap that never-released album and start from scratch.

It didn’t feel right,” Stefani tells EW “I didn’t feel fulfilled. That record with Benny was done that way because I had just given birth and had just started on The Voice and felt like I should do something in music, but what was I going to do? There wasn’t enough time. So I tried to make a record where I was just kind of involved — which is how a lot of people do it, but it didn’t work for me.”

When Stefani’s 13-year marriage to Gavin Rossdale ended a few months ago, the 46-year-old singer found herself inspired once again. The first taste off that heartbreak is the touching new ballad “Used To Love You.” Gwen goes for an equally raw approach for the Sophie Muller-directed visual. It’s a single-shot clip where Stefani emotes her little heart out. Check it out below.

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Given all his success, it’s shocking that Drake doesn’t have a Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper as a lead artist on his resume yet. He came close with “Best I Ever Had” which reached the runner-up slot back in 2010.

Once again, he’s on the edge of glory with “Hotline Bling.” Wisely, the 28-year-old rapper has released a music video which might give the track a fighting chance of hitting pole position.

“I have never had a billboard number one,” he wrote on Instagram. “If I get my first number one during the month of October it will be the biggest moment of my career to date (in my mind) and if you are looking for me on that particular evening I will be passed out in the water slide that connects to our pool.”

Directed by Director X, the Canadian rapper shows off a variety of interesting moves on colorful sets, including a very unique cha cha. I’m not the only one fascinated with his choreography. His thrusting and bopping has the Internet mesmerized and abuzz. Check out all his moves below.

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After his breakthrough hit “Adorn,” Miguel was poised to be the recording industry’s next superstar. Though his appearance on Mariah Carey’s “#Beautiful” and his sultry Girls soundtrack contribution “simplethings” continued his upward trajectory, his third studio album hasn’t done as well as he’d hoped.

Though it peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Top 200, Wildheart has failed to produce any radio hits. “Coffee” is the most successful so far, but that only topped out at No. 78 on the Hot 100. Here’s hoping he has better luck with his newest single “Waves.”

The 29-year-old R&B singer attends a trippy raucous party on the other side of a mysterious refrigerator door in the accompanying visual. Watch Miguel demonstrate some slithery dance moves below.

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