• Rudimental Governors Ball 2015

    Rudimental Share Powerful 'I Will For Love' Music Video

    Rudimental are known for their electrifying live shows, the uptempo, soulful music and their powerful, moving music videos. Today, Sept. 11, the group has unveiled a brand new video for their recent We The Generation single "I Will For Love" featuring Will Heard, which takes on a very relevant topic worldwide - immigration.
  • Nick Jonas Performs New Single Levels at 2015 VMAs

    Nick Jonas Releases Levels Music Video After VMA Performance

    Nick Jonas kicked off the VMAs pre-show with his first live performance of "Levels". Later that night he released the steamy music video which showcased his soulful voice as well as his dancing. With "Levels" being the first single released from his sophomore record it seems his boyband days are long behind him and that he is continuing his music take-over in quite a sexy and mature way.
  • Justin Bieber

    Justin Bieber Drops 'What Do You Mean?' Single and Video After Online Leak

    Justin Bieber's career has already seen its fair share of highs and lows, starting out as an innocent rising star from Canada and morphing into a lucrative teenager with less than acceptable decision making skills. After taking on endless insults at 'The Roast' and stopping by 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' to apologize for his behavior with hopes of reworking his image, the pop star has dropped the first lyric video and single off of his impending album, titled "What Do You Mean?".
  • Tame Impala Let It Happen Music Video

    Tame Impala Share "Let It Happen" Music Video

    It has been one month to the day since Aussie rock outfit Tame Impala released their third studio album Currents. Now the band, led by frontman Kevin Parker, have unveiled the music video for the album's first single "Let It Happen."
  • Hardwell, Dannic Survivors Music Video

    Hardwell, Dannic Share Tropical 'Survivors' Music Video

    Hardwell and Dannic have released the music video for their new single together with Dutch singer Haris. The single was released on July 20 after being premiered for the first time at Tomorrowland Brazil, which holds a special place in the music video.
  • Nero

    Nero Shares "Two Minds" Music Video From 'Between II Worlds' [WATCH]

    Nero has unveiled the music video for their recent Between II Worlds single "Two Minds," which was unveiled in July. The video is an interesting and futuristic take on the theme of the song. As Nero's vocalist Alana Watson croons in the chorus, "It's the little things that count which can make someone feel special." Share the vision with Nero and watch.
  • Afrojack Mike Taylor Summerthing! Music Video

    Afrojack "SummerThing!" Music Video: Co-Eds Party In The Desert [WATCH]

    Afrojack has released the music video to "SummerThing!", his new single with Mike Taylor. The video takes the "Ten Feet Tall" DJ off the festival stages, he has inhabited this summer, and his Los Angeles and Amsterdam studios and out into the desert of the Western United States with a large group of young, attractive co-eds to party.
  • Yogi, Skrillex, Pusha T Burial Music Video: Dennis Rodman Blowing Things Up

    Yogi, Skrillex 'Burial' Music Video: Dennis Rodman Cameo

    Yogi's single "Burial" featuring the vocals of Pusha T just got a very interesting music video that not only adds visual treatment to the track, but also mashes up two of the biggest remixes for the tune from Skrillex and TrollPhace, and Moody Good. The video follows a group of mashed dancers who are clearly up to no good as they wreak havoc on everything they come across. However, when world champion professional basketball player and North Korean apologist, Dennis Rodman the dancer's reign of terror comes to an abrupt end.
  • Flume 'Some Minds' Video

    Flume 'Some Minds' Video: 'Holdin On' DJ Dances In Sydney Opera House

    Flume has unveiled his first single of 2015 "Simple Minds" featuring Miike Snow vocalist Andrew Wyatt. In addition to the song, the "Holdin On" producer has released an accompanying music video that features Flume floating and dancing around the Sydney Opera House in the middle of the night.
  • Chris Brown, Deorro Five More Hours Music Video

    Chris Brown, Deorro 'Five More Hours' Music Video

    Chris Brown and Deorro have unveiled the music video for their new collaboration together, "Five More Hours." It starts out with Chris Brown and Travi$ Scott, who is not featured on the track, but plays a prominent role in the clip, driving along a desert road to Coachella in an old convertible. The car has issues and breaks down on the side of the road and before they have to walk down the road, which Scott refuses to do, Deorro arrives driving a party bus filled with young attractive women all headed to Coachella.
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