Mac Miller becomes a caped crusader in his new "S.D.S." video.
Is Mac Miller trading his "Most Dope Family" for "The Avengers"? Nah, that would never happen -- not when his family just got renewed for a second season on MTV2! We'd only suggest something like that because in his new video for the Flying Lotus-produced "S.D.S.," which stands for "Somebody Do Something," Mac learns that with great power comes great responsibility -- and some pretty rad perks. Like being able to fly with your adorable bulldog as your sidekick.
Watch Mac Miller's "S.D.S." video after the jump.
The "Friday" singer is back (after some singing lessons) to cover Rihanna's "Stay."
Rebecca Black is back with another video, and YES, "we, we, we so excited." But this time around, instead of releasing another original like her "Friday" follow-ups "Sing It" or "Person Of Interest," Rebecca is slowing things down to cover "Stay" by pop princess and professional bad gal Rihanna. And while most people might raise an eyebrow at this (the internet will NEVER forgive or forget "Friday"), we're here to say: EASE UP, haters. She's actually pretty good! And last, but not least: If Vin Diesel can cover "Stay," anyone has a fair shot. (No shade, Vin, we openly wept for your performance.)
Watch Rebecca Black cover Rihanna's "Stay" after the jump.
Jason Derulo dances around his words in the lyric video for "The Other Side."
Jason Derulo's come a long way after fracturing his neck in early 2012, but now he's back and stronger than ever on his latest track, "The Other Side," a love song that may or may not be inspired by his relationship with Jordin Sparks. How do we know it's about Jordin? Well, Jason hasn't admitted as much, but we're just putting two and two together here! 1) We know they're dating and 2) they're in the studio working on Jason's upcoming album. Also, if you were laid up in a hospital bed and all you had was time, a pen, and paper (or a laptop), you'd probably start cranking out love songs, too... on top of singing your own name.
Watch Jason Derulo's "The Other Side" lyric video after the jump.
Rick Ross and Omarion enjoy the company of exotic animals (and exotic ladies) in their "Ice Cold" video.
We always knew he was wealthy, but Rick Ross could be getting so rich that he's at the "Let's buy weird stuff" phase of his career. Sure, Rick's expensive necklaces, bracelets, shoes, and cars are on full display in his new video for "Ice Cold" featuring Omarion (from last year's God Forgives, I Don't), but turns out he's also acquiring more exotic pets. Why so many animals? It's hard to say, but we like to think that Rozay watched "We Bought A Zoo" on HBO Family one tipsy night and was all, "YES. Imma do that."
Watch Rick Ross featuring Omarion's "Ice Cold" video after the jump.
Tyler Joseph of twenty | one | pilots gives himself a cathartic haircut in the video for "Car Radio."
Sometimes reinventing yourself with a new haircut can be freeing and liberating (see: Miley Cyrus' fauxhawk or Justin Bieber's new 'do). And sometimes it's Britney Spears in 2007. But like the mythical phoenix, we all rise again, hair or no hair. And besides, it WILL grow back. That's something Tyler Joseph of rap-rock-tronica duo twenty | one | pilots (MTV'S Artist To Watch and Hangout Fest performer) might want to keep in mind as he embarks on his own hair-related journey in the band's emotional new clip for "Car Radio," off of their recent LP, Vessel.
Watch twenty | one | pilots' "Car Radio" video after the jump.
Amber Rose got a hyper-realistic tattoo of Wiz Khalifa's face. And that's what love is.
The love affair between Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose is TRULY one for the ages. It always brings a
jealous barf smile to our face when we see Wiz and Amber do boyfriend-girlfriend things like get couples mani-pedis, pose on magazine covers, and dote on their newborn son, Sebastian! And even though these two aren't officially married yet, it looks like Amber has taken a step in the "FOREVER AND EVER" direction with a tattoo. But not just any ink -- a hyper-realistic portrait of Wiz's face. WHOA. OK, forget wedding rings, babies, and name tats! That's child's play! Amber is going to have Wiz's face adorn her body for all of eternity!
See more photos of Amber Rose's Wiz Khalifa tattoo after the jump.
Fall Out Boy have a disturbing meal in their "Young Volcanoes" video.
Fall Out Boy have gotten into some SERIOUS trouble in their last few videos. First, they were on the run from 2 Chainz and his crew in "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light 'Em Up)," then caught and tortured in "The Phoenix," and now the boys are being held captive by an elite hot girl death squad in "Young Volcanoes," their latest video from Save Rock And Roll. Or at least that's what we gathered from context. But all the context in the world won't help us figure out if these freaky girls want to hurt or help (or both) our beloved pop-punkers.
Watch Fall Out Boy's "Young Volcanoes" video after the jump.
Azealia Banks sparks a fight with riot police her video for "Yung Rapunxel."
What goes on in Azealia Banks' mind is as hard to predict as, well, we guess most people. We're not mediums! But it doesn't exactly take a psychic to intuit that Azealia wants to change the hip-hop game in a big way with her experimental sounds and trippy, surrealist videos. "Yung Rapunxel," from her forthcoming Broke With Expensive Taste, is a prime example of that: a challenging, brash display of aggression and art.
Watch Azealia Banks' "Yung Rapunxel" video after the jump.
Hit the club and TURN UP with DJ SpinKing's latest video, "Body Operator."
DJ SpinKing spends a lot of time behind the turntables for artists like Diggy, but in his latest video for "Body Operator" featuring Jerimih and French Montana, he's WAY out in front. Dude is TURNT UP in a club with, like, a 10-to-1 girl/guy ratio, which are pretty good odds for him and his crew, if you ask us. Diggy even shows up to hang out, which kinda makes us wonder, "Is he old enough to be in the club right now?"
Watch DJ SpinKing featuring Jeremih and French Montana's "Body Operator" video after the jump.
Drake shoos away hanger-ons on DJ Khaled's "No New Friends."
When you're a multiplatinum, Grammy-award winning rapper and heartthrob, don't be surprised if a bunch of "friends" and "long-lost family members" turn up at your doorstep, hoping for a piece of the fame pie. Oh wait, we're only describing Drake, right? Fair enough. But the principle is universal: The people who were with you from the beginning are the ones who matter most. This holds true on DJ Khaled's latest single, "No New Friends," from the upcoming Suffering From Success, featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, and the aforementioned Drizzy. Also, if these guys are suffering, we want to be MISERABLE.
Listen to DJ Khaled featuring Drake, Rick Ross, and Lil Wayne's "No New Friends" after the jump.