“I hate you/I don’t need you” is a terrifically memorable chorus in any genre, but may send chills down your spine depending on your current emotional tenor and devotion to the music of Skrillex, who produced.
You likely already know that Kermit and Miss Piggy are no longer together, and that Kermit’s got a new flame—another pig, who looks like a cross between Lana del Rey and Margaery Tyrell. That’s gotta hurt.
A chilling montage of sexual assault stories play out in Lady Gaga’s video for “Til It Happens to You,” directed by Twilight’s Catherine Hardwicke.
“Stranger Lover,” a gorgeous track from the autumnal-voiced twin sisters of Ibeyi, articulates the complicated feelings one has on the cusp of a break-up, just before your partner hits the road for the last time. “This day will be our last,” they sing. “Come heal in my arms.” Within that, there are shades of sorrow…
On Friday, Kanye West screened the video—or “visuals” because it’s artsy—for his single “All Day” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. It’s directed by Steve McQueen and features Yeezy rapping in an empty room. The Brit Awards performance was much more powerful. You can watch a bootleg of the McQueen video here.
Rihanna may be considered pop’s “bad girl,” but there’s someone else who’s fighting to take the title away from her. And that person isn’t even a person; she’s a pig with refined tastes, a sexual appetite for frogs, and the baddest “you’d better not be fucking with me” face in Hollywood. Oh, and she’s killing it.
Drake is everywhere. We are all Drake. And Drake is everyone, as we can see in his video for “Energy,” released exclusively on Apple Music on Friday.
In her video for “Million,” a sly remake of Aaliyah’s classic “One in a Million,” Tink channels the late singer’s subtle sexy aura while checking off all the reasons her guy is worth her time.
Kendrick Lamar is literally floating above the chaos in the video for his anthemic uplifter “Alright,” from To Pimp a Butterfly.
As anyone who follows Tanlines’ Twitter knows, the Brooklyn boy duo is known for its humor almost as much as its breezy resort-weekend tunes. That shines through in their new video for “Palace,” which stars Natasha Lyonne as the beleaguered, more-adult girlfriend of that dude from HBO’s Girls, with a crux of the joke…
Diplo heard some of the criticism against Madonna for...being Madonna...in the “Bitch, I’m Madonna” video and figured he should say something. He probably went about it the wrong way.
Remember that scene in 13 Going On 30, where Judy Greer’s pitch for Poise magazine’s redesign is “fashion suicide”? I’d like to imagine that this video is exactly what Greer’s character Tom Tom was talking about. Because if anyone’s video is going to kill with chicness, it’s Icona Pop’s “Emergency,” which is like a…
With her new video for “Bitch, I’m Madonna,” Madonna continues the gratuitous celebrity cameo wars begun by one Taylor Swift.
The song I reluctantly predicted for Song of the Summer now has an accompanying video starring Adam Levine’s bare ass in the sauna. Look at it.
Lil Mama is here with a public service announcement: Sausage tastes great, and wrap it up.
Alex Winston’s glorious, vibrato-filled pop track “Careless” has a weird new video, and I’m all about it.
One of the oldest tropes in the book is the music video shot in the desert. So hot. So fun. I assume. In David Guetta’s video for his collaboration with Nicki Minaj, Afrojack and Bebe Rexha, the French DJ/producer throws a party in the middle of the desert and as usual it looks like they’re having the time of their…
At last, Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” teaser posters have come to life in the form of an actual music video that debuted tonight at the Billboard Music Awards.