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If you were hoping to see Trevor Penick, Jacob Underwood, Erik-Michael Estrada and Dan Miller jump out of planes for their “Skydive” video, you’re SOL!. Clearly the title isn’t meant to be taken literally and simply just a metaphor. Also, I’m pretty sure there wasn’t money in the budget for it as well ;)

O-Town debuted the visual for their comeback single this week. The boys show off a more mature grownup side than their “Liquid Dreams” days. Gone are their cheesy boy band dance moves. Instead, each gets their moment to show off their emoting skills as they pine after the same blond girl. #sharingiscaring. It’s a relatively simple clip with no narrative but beautifully shot. Especially the aerial shots as the camera pans past the boys standing on a mountaintop.

“Skydive” is off their forthcoming album Lines & Circles which is out on August 3. Check out their new vid below.

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I thought the “Do What U Want” music video was as mythical as a unicorn. At long last, the visual has surfaced. Well, part of it has.

TMZ obtained snippets of Lady Gaga’s sexually-charged clip. The outlet reports Mother Monster scrapped the video because she feared public backlash since her co-star was once on trial for kiddie porn and her director is in a swirl of controversy over allegedly sexually assaulting or harassing his models.

I’m sorry, but Gaga knew exactly what she was doing. You don’t pick R. Kelly and Terry Richardson to collaborate with on a song about doing whatever to your body without knowing the risks. I wonder what the real reason why it never premiered.

Check out snippets below featuring Gaga being touched by Kelly and numerous women. Be sure to weigh in on it afterwards.

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Azalea Banks may not be a fan of “No Mediocre,” but I think she’s just a little jellies. I’d be pissed too if another female rapper with my name was dominating charts and becoming an international superstar. Perhaps the “212″ rapper needs to get a little “Fancy.” It’s worked wonders for Iggy Azalea.

Just in case you were wondering, Banks dissed T.I.’s wife’s looks by referencing the title of this track. Let’s just say he didn’t take too kindly to her classless comment.

With regards to the Aussie rapper, I hope she becomes more selective with her future collaborations. She’s practically everywhere these days appearing on tracks for Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez and now T.I. Fingers crossed she doesn’t crossover to overexposed territory soon.

Whether you’re a fan of the DJ Mustard-produced track or not, you’ll appreciate the music video. Director X does an excellent job capturing Rio De Janeiro’s breathtaking vistas. Iggy and T.I. look pretty great as well. Check it out below.

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When you have Jesus on your side it’s hard for anyone to say ‘no.’ Michelle Williams not only managed to convince Beyonce and Kelly Rowland to sing on “Say Yes” but talked them into appearing in the accompanying video. The result is a wonderfully entertaining gospel Caribbean dance party. All three look fantastic and look like they’re having a blast being together again.

I’ve previously stated that gospel music isn’t my thing, but I’m absolutely obsessed with “Say Yes.” The high energy feel-good track somehow always puts me in a good mood.

Williams premiered the clip earlier today on Good Morning America. With the visual out now, it’ll only propel the single higher. The Journey To Freedom track has cracked the Top 10 and Top 20 on the Gospel and R&B charts respectively. Can it crossover to mainstream radio? Weigh below after watching all three ladies praise the Almighty below.

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Lana Del Rey Goes For A Dip In Shades Of Cool Video

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Part David Lynch. Part Bond girl femme fatale. All Lana Del Rey. The gloomy singer debuted her atmospheric visual for her equally moody new ballad. The Dan Auerbach-produced single was originally released as a buzz single but with a clip, it appears “Shades Of Cool” is the official second single off Ultraviolence which is in stores today.

Directed by Jake Nava, Del Rey is, as always, vintage flawless in every outfit. She gets hot and heavy with a much older love interest. Clearly, the visual is meant to illustrate the underbelly of Hollywood and its exploitative nature. Overall, it’s a great clip with a captivating narrative. Much better than that lazy black and white video she gave “West Coast.” Give her latest a view below.

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Jennifer Hudson heads back to her hometown to film the music video for “Walk It Out.” As the title suggests, the 32-year-old struts it out on the streets of Chicago. Wearing 90s-inspired urban attire, Hudson rocks high kicks with big hoops while flirting with random guys along the way. She spends a little extra time at the basketball court ogling a big buff muscle daddy. British Gladiator David McIntosh flexes every inked muscle to J-Hud’s liking.

As much as I adore Jennifer (which I do), there’s something a little awkward about this new look. Dare I even say inauthentic. Great vocalist, but I just don’t buy her as this around the way girl doing impromptu choreography in the park with her girls. Watch the video directed by Director X (Iggy Azalea “Fancy) below and decide for yourself.

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Goldfrapp Debuts Dramatic Clip For ‘Jo’

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“Jo” is lifted off Goldfrapp’s Tales Of Us which was released last Fall. This month, the English duo plans to re-release a deluxe edition. Included in this new version will be the original recordings plus audio recorded live at Air Studios. In addition, visuals directed by Lisa Gunning for “Stranger,” “Laurel,” “Drew” and “Annabel” will also be found.

To promote its upcoming release date, Goldfrapp debuted the music video for “Jo“- one of my favorite cuts off their last LP. Watch lead singer Alison Goldfrapp show off her acting chops in the dramatic clip below.

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Apparently, this is the week for X Factor judges to release extremely sexy videos. On the heels of Scherzinger debuting her sultry “Your Love” clip, Cheryl Cole premieres her own titillating visual. The 30-year-old singer heads to an underground club with Tinie Tempah to dance like there’s no tomorrow. I had no idea the Brit had this much swag.

Crazy Stupid Love” finds Cole reuniting with Wayne Wilkins, the same person who penned Cole’s debut solo hit, “Fight For This Love.” The track is off Cheryl’s forthcoming fourth studio album. Early reception to the saxophone-infused track hasn’t been too kind. Fans have commented that it’s her weakest first single of her solo career.

Whether or not it becomes a hit remains to be seen. One thing is for certain though. Girl can serve major face. The woman is absolutely stunning. Watch her smolder, twerk and work serious hairography below. Be sure to weigh in afterward.

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