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Grimes's Video for 'Kill V. Maim' Will Make the Cybergoth Inside You Smile

In the new video for the song, “Kill V. Maim,” from her album Art Angels, Grimes leads a group of subway-inhabiting vampire misfits in a futuristic dystopian city. What exactly inspired Grimes to write the tune? According to Rolling Stone, she described it as being from the perspective of Al Pacino in The Godfather:…

This Climate Change Song With Paul McCartney & Colbie Caillat Will Destroy the Earth 

Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi, Sheryl Crow, Fergie, Colbie Caillat, Natasha Bedingfield, Sean Paul, Leona Lewis, Johnny Rzeznik, Krewella, Angelique Kidjo, Nicole Scherzinger, Kelsea Ballerini, Christina Grimmmie, Victoria Justice, and Q’orianka Kilcher are not going to let global warming win.

JoJo's Video for 'Say Love' Is a Moving PSA About the Difficulty of Loving a Manbun

“Say Love” is my favorite song from the JoJo “tringle”—it’s a giant, barnstorming ballad, with a chorus that’s like JoJo calling corners, letting the melody swirl up into the wind—and now it’s got a video, which does a great service to the young women of America by illuminating the struggle of getting a guy with a…

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The Song of the Summer Got a Video to Remind You Summer is Dead

Is it sadistic that “Good Times,” the song of the summer, is finally blessed with an official video as we enter shitty October? As a seasonal work of art, it seems to ask us to mourn all we have lost—pools, sun, fun, happiness, rooftop jams, chill vibes—in the penultimate month before winter destroys us.

Here's What It Looks Like When Beyoncé Deep Sea Dives Into Your Self Esteem

In the vast catalogue of inspirational Beyoncé songs, “Runnin’ (Lose It All)” is the track most suited for an Olympic bid, or at least the third stage on a FIFA blow-out (IRL or XBOX). A track by British producer Naughty Boy, it features Bey and man-singer Arrow Benjamin oozing a state of uplifting self-acceptance…

Watch Rita Ora Rub Up Against Chris Brown, the Union Jack in 'Body On Me'

“Body On Me,” Rita Ora and Chris Brown’s ode to non-penetrative sex, has a video. This is good for Rita Ora and Chris Brown, as I (and presumably many others) had missed the song until now. It is, however, quite bad for me (and presumably many others) because the video is a wholly unsexy and grimy little thing that…