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Alex & Sierra Debut Scarecrow Music Video

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The US version of The X Factor didn’t have a very lengthy run but it did give us Fifth Harmony and Alex & Sierra. And for that Simon Cowell… I’m thankful. Love both these acts. On the heels of 5H debuting their saucy “Bo$$” clip earlier this week, their fellow X Factor alums drop their very own video.

Scarecrow” is the lead cut off the duo’s forthcoming debut album which includes tracks written by One Direction’s Harry Styles and John Legend. The lead single is a pop-folk gem tailor-made for A&S. The accompanying visual is as adorable and cute as the couple themselves. The rooftop garden where they meet up at the end is gorgeous. Check out the Phillip Andelman-directed clip below.

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Fifth Harmony Sex It Up For ‘B0$$’ Music Video

In: Donovan, Music
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Had any doubts that Fifth Harmony was shedding their teeny booper image? The “Bo$$” music video should convince you that they’re full grown now. Gone is Camilla’s signature bow and instead, lots of bare legs and plenty of more revealing clothing.

The ladies show their ‘boss-ness’ while executing fierce chair choreography, sashaying on the catwalk, and plenty of hair flipping. There’s even some strip arm wrestling going on. Yup, you read that right.

Based on the glossy video directed by Fatima Robinson, it looks like EPIC is behind 5H 100 percent. Hopefully, they don’t mishandle them and give them all the promotion to make them a huge success. Love these girls. Check out the clip below.

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Anyone with any sort of notoriety has felt the sting of Internet trolls. The more popular you are, the more online haters you’re bound to have. Lily Allen certainly knows how that feels like. Controversy surrounded her “Hard Out Here” video when she premiered it, with some accusing her of being racist. Naturally, that incident inspired her to write “URL Badman.”

“I wrote that after I put out the video for ‘Hard Out Here’ and everyone said I was racist,” she said. “I was really alarmed by that reaction. I stand by that video, and I know what my intention was, and I’m sorry that people interpreted it in a different way. A lot of that negative stuff came from females and the feminist blogger scene. What really pissed me off was the misogynistic, hipster, male bloggers that went after me in a completely different way. And I just thought, ‘Fuck you, I’m going to write a song about you.’”

She takes on these “keyboard warriors” that can’t spell in “URL Badman” off her Sheezus album. The video, directed by The Sacred Egg, shows the 29-year-old English musician singing in the background as she calls out her virtual enemies. The narrative is simple but quite powerful and sadly true. Check out the clip below.

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Pride month is officially over but Kiesza is still celebrating the LGBT community. The Canadian singer just premiered the music video for “Giant In My Heart.” While not as mesmerizing as her single-take “Hideaway” video which has gone viral, the follow up vid is just as fierce. Speaking of “Hideaway,” why it hasn’t conquered the Billboard Hot 100 like it has other foreign markets is puzzling. Americans make it happen.

Directed by Rami Samir Afuni, the clip shows a man having a bad day at his dead-end job. Even as he heads back home, he’s visibly depressed and pushed around by anyone he encounters. It isn’t until he opens his closet and finds his wig and drag attire that his energy changes. As his alter ego, he finds a new-found confidence and meets up with his friends for an eventful night out. In between all the action, Kiesza performs at a club. Check out the clip below.

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At first, I thought his ode, “Get Her Back,” to win back his estranged wife was really sweet and touching. I was even okay with him dedicating his forthcoming album to her by naming it Paula. However, his quest to woo her back is starting to look like a desperate pity party.

Social media is starting to think that as well. He was inundated with scathing tweets ranging from his alleged misogyny and other antics during what was supposed to be a Twitter Q&A to promote his new album. One user even referred to him as ” a creepy, rapey, pound-shop Justin Timberlake.” OUCH!!!

In the end, all that really matters to Thicke at this point is if Paula Patton is buying any of it. I have no doubt the music video for “Still Madly Crazy” will tug on her heart strings. His latest stunt features pint-sized versions of himself and Paula wearing mini-tuxes and white dresses. An equally adorable lyric clip was also released for “Forever Love.” If ballads aren’t your thing, Afrojack has given the latter track a club-ready dance overhaul. Give it a listen below along with Thicke’s new clips.

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Maroon 5 Goes Backwards For ‘Maps’ Music Video

In: Donovan, Music
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Director Peter Berg takes a page from Christopher Nolan’s Memento for Maroon 5′s new music video. “Maps” follows a backwards narrative format, retracing Adam Levine’s disastrous and eventful night. It’s not til the end when we learn why Levine’s love interest is in critical condition at the hospital.

“It’s also kind of not giving up on things too. People go through a lot of things and get stepped on and step on others and we all make mistakes … It’s kind of more about not giving up on something, even though maybe you should.” – Adam Levine

If you love Maroon 5′s previous work, you’ll love “Maps.” The band doesn’t stray too far from the formula that’s worked for them previously. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix right? Once again, they’ve enlisted Ryan Tedder to create a pop radio-friendly masterpiece. It’s the lead single off V, out September 2, which finds the band uniting with Gwen Stefani along with producers Max Martin, Benny Blanco, Shellback and Sam Martin. Check out the newly-released “Maps” video below.

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Adore Delano channels Alice In Wonderland for her latest visual,”Party” – the third single off the RuPaul’s Drag Race alum’s debut album Till Death Do Us Party. With the album, the former American Idol hopeful became the first Drag Race alum to land on the iTunes Dance chart above the likes of Mariah Carey and Iggy Azalea. It debuted at No. 1 on the chart, No. 11 overall and No. 59 on the Billboard Top 200. Well done Adore!!!

“It’s a fun, catchy summer pop song”, Adore Delano says. “’Party’ was inspired by high school and all my friends doing things we shouldn’t have been doing. The guy at the liquor store by my house thought I was a hot chick so he would sell me alcohol and cigarettes and I would give them out to all my friends.”

Party” samples a melody from Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start The Fire.” The accompanying video is all about having fun and being young, as per Adore’s statement. She has an Alice In Funderland-inspired backyard party. Much to my surprise, I saw Homorazzi’s very own Matt appearing in the clip. He’s the one in the preppy outfit wearing a blue sweater over his shoulders. Check out the video below.

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Ugly Heart” first leaked back in March but was put on pause in favor of the girl group’s collaboration “Wild Wild Love” with Pitbull. As catchy as that song was, it only peaked at No. 30 on the Billboard Hot 100, failing to match Mr. Worldwide’s other collabos with Christina Aguilera (“Feel This Moment“) and Kesha (“Timber“). At long last, G.R.L. gives “Ugly Heart” the promotion it deserves.

Produced by Dr. Luke and co-written by Ester Dean, the track has potential hit written all over it. It’s dance-pop with a tinge of folk courtesy of a ukulele. Unlike her huge misstep with the Pussycat Dolls, Robin Antin allows each girl in the group to sing and shine on the track. There’s no Nicole Scherzginer hog in this group. Though I will say, Emmalynn Estrada looks like Scherzy’s younger hotter sister. Man is that girl gorgeous.

The video features the ladies getting arrested at a tattoo parlor. While getting booked at the police station, G.R.L. execute choreography on the desks and in the identification parade room. It’s not until the end, that we find out what crime the ladies actually committed. It’s kinda cheesy but fits the song’s lyrics. Check out the Chris Marrs Piliero-directed clip below.

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