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.
Ye and his new fiancée Kim Kardashian drive around on a motorcycle in front of some green screen nature settings while Ye just simply drops his verses. Spoiler: One of the two people starring in this video are topless the entire time.
Rihanna’s new video for “What Now” is a rather creepy, unexpected take on the love song off her 2012 album, ‘Unapologetic.’
The glossy and dramatic music video is a highly stylized affair that depicts a couple embroiled in an epic, house-destroying battle.
“Show Me” is pegged as the first single from Kid Ink’s upcoming second studio album, ‘My Own Lane,’ due for release in early 2014.
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.
ASAP Rocky’s latest video for the ‘Live.Love.A$AP’ bonus track casts the rapper as the most stylish robber in New York.