Is this new video more sexual than her video for ‘Wrecking Ball’? Probably!
Justin Bieber is on the run from paparazzi and screaming fans in the music video for “Wait For a Minute” which dropped today (Dec. 19).
Perhaps trying to one up Kanye & Kim’s topless wild hog riding in the video for “Bound 2,” Katy Perry and John Mayer jump on a mechanical bull to see how long they can hang on.
The splashy video features Rihanna as Eminem’s therapist. She observes the Detroit rapper as he watches a series of images from his life, including his daughter Hailie.
Robin Thicke is once again surrounding himself with a bevy of beautiful ladies in the video for “Feel Good.” But this time around, they’re fully clothed.
“You’ve got me asthmatic cause you’re like a perfect ballerina/ I’m like a Brad Pitt, come be my Angelina,” he sings.
The clip features a heartfelt narrative that juxtaposes images from the life of two young brothers growing up in an American small town with shots of a fallen soldier’s final ceremony, complete with a military gun salute.
Rebecca Black, the girl behind 2011 viral sensation “Friday,” is back with a new song titled — but of course — “Saturday.” “Yesterday was Friday,” she says in a wink to her previous “hit.”
As soon as they take the soldier mannequin out of the box and unveil the comely lass just across from him, you know where this is going.
Not every artist has the ability to crash VEVO. Lorde revealed her new video for “Team” today (Dec. 3), butwithin minutes the video was unavailable to watch due to overwhelming traffic.
On the same day that Justin Bieber released the latest song from his “Music Monday” series, “Change Me,” the pop singer has unveiled his new music video for “All That Matters,” one of the earlier releases in the campaign.
If there’s one thing you’ll learn from will.i.am’s new single, “Feeling Myself” it’s that he’s feeling pretty good about himself. And Miley doesn’t think he’s too bad either.
After the debuting the song live with a glitzy performance during this year’s AMAs, the superstars have released the official “Timber” music video, which is actually two clips in one.
In the twist ending, no one is satisfied in this love triangle except the Italian man. So, it’s a true-to-life story.
For Pharrell’s new song “Happy,” off the ‘Despicable Me 2’ soundtrack, he decided to do something monumental. He decided to make the world’s first 24-hour video.
Demi Lovato proves just how fun a glow-in-the-dark dance party can be in her new video for “Neon Lights.”
A track written when both Axel and Vaccarino were going through heartbreak, the stripped-down video showcases this hurt. Vignettes of couples at various life stages only add to the emotion on the Christopher Sims-directed clip.
Rihanna’s new video for “What Now” is a rather creepy, unexpected take on the love song off her 2012 album, ‘Unapologetic.’
Phoenix singer Thomas Mars called upon the auteur talents of his wife, director Sophia Coppola to take the helm and create this bucolic, dreamlike film of the band performing on a stage in the middle distance.
In a new teaser, Del Rey is shown in a veil while desperately praying for her life. “Dear John forgive us our sins,” Lana Del Rey says as a man resembling John Wayne is shown holding a rifle.
The clip combines black and white shots of Hayley Williams and the guys playing Wembley Stadium with the story of two girls who pack their bags and head to London to see Paramore in concert.
Grande finds her Romeo/Leonardo DiCaprio in Patrick Schwarzenegger and Big Sean is there to do his verse and play the Priest in the Romeo and Juliet narrative.
In the Shane Drake-directed clip, Hayes and Mraz are featured in a park sitting solo on benches as everyone around them is coupled up.
Fans of the band will already be familiar with the video director’s work, as he’s been responsible for Lumineers posters as well as tour and online merchandise for years.
From her 2012 album ‘Unapologetic’, Rihanna wants bands to make her go down under water.
The risque dance track is the first single from Spears’ still-untitled eighth studio album, set for release on December 3.
Instead of creating a universal video that taps into the idea of marriage as a communally joyful experience, Derulo gives us a glimpse into his own personal life — or does he?
In the opening scene of her new video, “Wrecking Ball,” the pop star who ignited a controversy with her VMA twerking is seen up close (very close) shedding a single tear.
In keeping with her equality message, Aguilera has now released a DIY clip for “Let There Be Love,” featuring her friends Christina Milian, Nicole Richie and Chris Mann from The Voice.
The theme of this song and video are traveling the same path as Clarkson, who is currently engaged and planning her wedding for after her current tour with Maroon 5 ends.