- In this week’s new videos, real-life couple John Mayer and Katy Perry celebrate love and diversity in the corny sweet and metaphorical video for “Who You Love”, featuring real couples riding and getting thrown off a mechanical bull:
- In “Monster”, Eminem recreates the scenes and relives the themes of his music videos with his therapist, Dr. Rihanna, and proves to us all that he is pretty much ageless:
- Kendrick Lamar teams up with London-based graffiti artist Eddie Peake to create a visual of his lyrics in “Sing About Me”:
- Robin Thicke needs help buttoning his shirt and improvises with backup Vegas dancers in “Feel Good”:
- And James Vincent McMorrow gives us painfully sad and unexpected nudity in “Red Dust” off upcoming album Post Tropical:
- The first two videos to be released off Beyoncé’s new album are “Drunk in Love” and “XO”, in which she rides a rollercoaster and bumper cars, gets adored by her fans and generally has a good time on Coney Island:
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