Selena Gomez is out with the music video to her new single ‘Good For You’, off the American pop singer’s second studio album ‘Revival’, out soon on Interscope Records. Talking about the theme of the Sophie Muller directed video, Gomez told MTV News, “It’s very jeans and a T-shirt, moments where a woman is deep in thought, or in a moment where she’s in this crazy little rage. It just captures real things that women do. There are a lot of things that women do that are sexy that aren’t just the typical, cheap way of being sexy.” Watch it via YouTube below.
Madonna is out with the music video to her latest single ‘Bitch I’m Madonna’, featuring Nicki Minaj, off the veteran pop singer’s thirteenth studio album ‘Rebel Heart’, out now on Interscope Records.
Talking with Entertainment Weekly about the music video, director Jonas Åkerlund explained, “Madonna called me about ‘Ghosttown’. We hadn’t worked for a while because of different circumstances so when I heard all the songs [on Rebel Heart], I was very excited about ‘Ghosttown’. I connected to it creatively. And, yeah, we enjoyed working together. I was supposed to start something else right after and that got pushed and she asked me to do ‘Bitch I’m Madonna’. I saw it being so completely different from ‘Ghosttown’, something a little bit less serious, just fun and crazy.”
Watch it via YouTube below.
Grouplove are out with the music video to their single ‘No Drama Queen’, off the ‘Paper Towns – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack’. The video features footage from the movie starring Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff. Watch it via YouTube below.
Saara (Sara Forsberg) is out with the music video to her debut single ‘Ur Cool’, off the Finnish pop singer’s upcoming debut album on Capitol Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Rachel Platten is out with behind the scenes footage from the set of her ‘Fight Song’ music video, where the American singer songwriter talked about what she had in mind with the treatment. “I’m so excited that I get to show you guys in visual language what I’ve been feeling inside in my heart when I was writing the song,” Platten explained. “We’re exploring these beautiful sweeping landscapes of waterfalls and mountain ranges and beaches, and it’s just been incredible so far. It’s been a joy working with everyone. I can’t wait to see what this turns into.” Watch it via YouTube below.
Rachel Platten is out with the music video to her debut single ‘Fight Song’, the title track from the American pop singer’s EP, out now on Columbia Records. “‘Fight Song’ was inspired by a lot of experiences that were hurting me and that were making me feel like maybe I didn’t have a chance in this industry,” Platten told VH1. “I wrote it because I needed to remind myself that I believed in myself. No matter what, I still was gonna make music, even if it was on a small scale. Even if it was just for me.” Watch it via YouTube below.
The Weeknd is out with the music video to his new single ‘The Hills’, off the Canadian artist’s upcoming second studio album ‘Beauty Behind the Madness’, out August 28th on XO and Republic Records. The Grant Singer directed clip features Abel Tesfaye walking down a dark street after emerging from a car that had flipped and later explodes. Watch it via YouTube below.
Taylor Swift is out with the music video to her new single ‘Bad Blood’, featuring Kendrick Lamar. The Joseph Kahn directed video features cameos from singer/actress Selena Gomez, actress Jessica Alba, Hayley Williams of Paramore, supermodel Cindy Crawford, singer Ellie Goulding, actress Mariska Hargitay and more. Watch it via YouTube below.
Jacquie Lee is out with the music video to her new single ‘Tears Fall’. The video was filmed at the famous home of Zsa Zsa Gábor and features the 17-year-old floating in a pool of “man tears.” The single, co-written by Sia, is featured on Jacquie’s debut EP ‘Broken Ones’, released last year on Atlantic Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Warner Bros. Records artist Bebe Rexha is out with the official video of her feminist anthem ‘I’m Gonna Show You Crazy’. Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, and shot in Los Angeles, the video finds the Brooklyn born singer sent to a repressive boarding school with other “freaks” to normalize their appearance and behavior. The song is from the 25-year-old’s debut EP ‘I Don’t Wanna Grow Up’, released earlier this month. Watch the video via YouTube below.