The screencap alone got my weave shaking. Country music says goodbye to Taylor Swift and officials comes into popworld, via her new music video Shake It Off.
They try so hard yet they’re the epitome of basic, new G.R.L. group perform Ugly Heart down under.
Back from a week in Greece, there’s photos here. And there’s Robyn and Royksopp giving us life via their new video, Monument.
I really dunno what to make of Sugababes Amelle’s new Summertime video. I’ll await a Nelly Furtado tweet.
Single-handedly saving hip-pop, Iggy Azalea’s live numbers improve as she slays via a performance of Fancy, live on the Today Show. Charli XCX was on site too.
I dunno who Jake Miller is and I don’t care for his First Flight Home video but I would sit on that face, despite that still telling me that this tune is gonna be goddamn awful.
Given the iamamiwhoami new video Tap Your Glass a few days, but nope it ain’t grown on me.
Who gave Azealia Banks money to make an extra meh video for Heavy Metal and Reflection?
Franz Ferdinand got a video for Stand On The Horizon, some time soon I gotta see them live again before they disband.
Staying alive just cause of 12 year old girls off Tumblr, Ed Sheeran got a new video for Don’t.
Quinn from Glee got another music video cameo, this one’s for Sam Smith’s I’m Not The Only One, which ain’t a Sheryl Crow cover.
Serving Circus tour energy, when will the android chanteuse, La Toya Jackson got a new video for Feels Like Love.
Get that Samsung money mam, Janelle Monae invites you to a dancing sorority party in new video Electric Lady.
Already bored with the thumbnail. “Getting our nails did all Japanesey”, Katy Perry continues to disappoint, releases a video for This Is How We Do.
Taking her video to the streets of NYC, again, Kiesza performs Hideaway live on the Jimmy Kimmel show. Megalolz at Chewbacca.
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