Ke$ha throws a house party with spacemen, gangstas, and biker dudes in her "Crazy Kids" video.
If you were invited to a party at Ke$ha's house, what would you expect to see? There isn't really a wrong answer here -- to party with Ke$ha is to expect the unexpected (and to wake up somewhere strange, probably in a puddle of something sticky). But in her new "Crazy Kids" video, Ke$ha's unorthodox party preparations are on full display. Fridge stocked full of glittery alcohol? Check. Tatted-up gangstas with mini-horses and old biker dudes? Check. Riff Raff-meets-Estelle Getty outfit? Check. Will.i.am in a gold astronaut suit? Check.
Watch Ke$ha featuring will.i.am's "Crazy Kids" video after the jump.
Jessie J flaunts it in her new "Wild" video featuring Big Sean and Dizzee Rascal.
When we first heard Jessie J's stripped-down "Wild" preview, we had NO idea she was going to take things to another level of stripped-down (read: no clothes) in her official video for the EDM-tinged pop track. In the clip, Jessie puts on a EFFING clinic for anyone who wants to challenge her in the dance, vocal, or body game. (If you want to step to her, it's your funeral. Clearly girl is doing "Insanity.") And let's not forget that she's got rappers Big Sean (who is accustomed to barely dressed costars) and Dizzee Rascal for backup.
Watch Jessie J featuring Big Sean and Dizzee Rascal's "Wild" video after the jump.
Kendrick invites Emeli Sandé on the track for his latest remix of "B****, Don't Kill My Vibe."
Kendrick Lamar had everyone's head nodding with his 2012 slow-banger "B****, Don't Kill My Vibe," from his second album, good kid, m.A.A.d city. But Kendrick was nowhere near finished: Later, the Compton rapper dropped an unofficial street remix featuring Jay-Z, a poignant anti-Molly music video, and now, a brand-new "B****, Don't Kill My Vibe" remix featuring the soulful British singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé.
Listen to Kendrick Lamar featuring Emeli Sandé's "B****, Don't Kill My Vibe (Remix)" after the jump.
Talib Kweli teams up with Miguel for their visually stunning, animated Come Here" video.
The funny thing about love is that it doesn't always make perfect sense. And in Talib Kweli's gorgeously animated new "Come Here" video featuring Miguel (from the album Prisoner of Conscious), there are definitely a few love-themed plot points that don't add up. Like, for example, how do the ancient Egyptian gods/goddesses Anubis and Isis manage to fall in love through space and time AND have technology like cell phones and cars? (Did we miss this lesson in history class?) But despite the historical inaccuracies, "Come Here" reveals a lushly drawn love story that parallels a scenario that could very easily happen today.
Watch Talib Kweli featuring Miguel's "Come Here" video after the jump.
MGK is after the dollars in his new song, "Peso," featuring Pusha T and Meek Mill.
When MGK says he needs the dollars, we believe him. Dude did have to make grilled cheese sandwiches with an iron at one point in his career! So when he rhymes about getting paper on his new song, "Peso," featuring Pusha T and Meek Mill (from his forthcoming Black Flag mixtape), we DEF buy his hunger. Though we must warn you, MGK, the exchange rate for pesos is way less than American dollars, so you're gonna need, like, A TON more than you probably anticipated.
Listen to MGK featuring Pusha T and Meek Mill's "Peso" after the jump.
Skrillex, aka the Prince of Dubstep, absolutely SHUT DOWN Disneyland.
Is there any happier place on Earth than Disneyland (other than Disney World)? Like, you can spend the entire day surrounded by life-size versions of cartoons from your childhood (or adulthood, who are we kidding?), you can stuff your face with churros and other bad-for-you foods, AND you can ride in plastic versions of your favorite Disney characters! What's not to like?! (Before You Exit know what we're talking about.) And yes, we've been to Disney, but we don't think we've EVER done Disneyland half as well as Skrillex. Judging by these TOO GOOD photos of Skrillex's recent visit to Disneyland, he walked around like a dubstep God among men: spinning in teacups, shooting down roller coasters, and waving his hands in the air (presumably like he didn't care). Us non-famous people may attend theme parks, but celebrities OWN them.
See more photos of Skrillex at Disneyland after the jump.
Pharrell Williams sounds pretty upbeat on his new song, "Happy," from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack.
Pharrell Williams has plenty to smile about these days. Not only is he apparently ageless and working with Miley Cyrus on her new album, but he's also recently made a number of funk-flecked appearances on Daft Punk's recent Random Access Memories. (We'll be dancing to "Get Lucky" until it makes us sick.) Well, now Pharrell's got even more of reasons to grin with his new song, "Happy," from the "Despicable Me 2" soundtrack (dropping June 18), on which he also serves as executive producer.
Listen to Pharrell Williams' "Happy" after the jump.
Want to see more tour photos of Before You Exit's cross-country trek with Olly Murs? YES? OK then!
The last time we checked in with pop-rock outfit Before You Exit, they were just starting off the #roadlife while on tour with Olly Murs for his "Right Place Right Time" Tour. Now that a few weeks have passed, they've reached the conclusion of the tour (aww sadz), BUT they took a mess of photos to commemorate the trek with! And before you ask, YES, one of the boys bounces around in a giant bubble. (What's that? You had no idea that was coming? Oh okay, moving along...)
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T.I. gets lost in the desert in his "Hello" video.
T.I. is becoming quite the actor! OK, yeah, he's appeared in actual films like "Identity Thief" and "Takers," but we're starting to think that maybe his taste for movie star roles has snuck into his music. That seems to be the case in his new video, "Hello," from his latest album, Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head. With a little help from Cee Lo Green on vocals, T.I. wakes up in the clip dusty and musty on a dirt-side road, trying to piece together what brought him there in the first place. Ugh, been there Tip. If we had a nickel for every time we woke up in a ditch, we'd have... you know what? Not important.
Watch T.I. featuring Cee Lo Green's "Hello" video after the jump.
T.I. and Lil Wayne evade the authorities in Tip's "Wit Me" video.
T.I. might be more on his family hustle these days than his... how should we say, not exactly legal hustle, but sometimes old habits die hard -- especially when you hang out with old friends like Lil Wayne. For his new "Wit Me" video, Tip hangs up his "Blurred Lines" tux and instead opts for the fast life of supercharged foreign cars, impossibly beautiful women, and evading the authorities in sunny Miami. It's almost like a hip-hop version of Michael Bay's "Pain And Gain"! (But a little less roided out.)
Watch T.I. featuring Lil Wayne's "Wit Me" after the jump.