Wiz Khalifa has some wild fun in the desert in his latest video, "It's Nothin'."
There are very few dudes like Wiz Khalifa. He's clearly a "march to the beat of his own drum" kinda guy. So if you were to tell us there was a rapper who decided to drive out to the desert in an expensive sports car and destroy TVs while wearing a Native American headdress, we would probably guess Wiz Khalifa first. It just sounds like something he would go for. In his new video for "It's Nothin'" (and with a little help from 2 Chainz), Wiz confirms our suspicions that he is DEF the kind of guy to do this. We cherish your individualism, Wiz. Never change.
Watch Wiz Khalifa Featuring 2 Chainz's "It's Nothin'" after the jump.
Usher recalls past successes and failures in his "Numb" video.
It's tough to see any pop star having to cancel a show due to illness (and no, we're not talking about puking and rallying), but it's even sadder when you relive the moment over and over again. The latest track from his Looking 4 Myself disc, Usher's "Numb" video takes fans all the way back to a fateful day in August 2011 at the O2 Arena in Berlin when an illness caused him to cut his set short. Usher holds nothing back either -- the IRL video footage includes the "Climax" singer standing alone on stage as the crowd boos and screams. Legit, it was actually sad to watch!
Watch Usher's "Numb" video after the jump.
Freelance Whales are marine biologists searching for spirits in their latest clip for "Spitting Image."
Indie-rock outfit Freelance Whales has a taste for adventure. They aren't afraid to explore a variety of different sounds via 10 billion different instruments on their second studio album, Diluvia, which dropped earlier this month, and in their latest video for "Spitting Image," the PUSH Artists demonstrate that they're perfectly willing to explore the seas for haunted spirits. (::Yawns:: Another day, another haunted sea creature expedition.) OK, we knew Freelance Whales liked to shake things up a bit, but we didn't exactly expect them to go all "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea" on us. Props on their courage, though!
Watch Freelance Whales' "Spitting Image" video after the jump.
Pink is an interpretive dancer in "Try."
It's no secret Pink has been majorly on her grind these past few weeks. Her new disc, The Truth About Love, is her first No. 1 album, beating out other chart-topping heavy hitters like Kanye West and The Killers. In the midst of all that, she's managed to release a video for "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)," plus the Eminem-assisted "Here Comes The Weekend," her no BS-jam "Slut Like You," and cheeky Lily Allen collabo "True Love." AND she's found the time to duet onstage with Gwen Stefani. NOW after all that, Pink's unleashed her latest video for "Try." Did we mention she was still A MOM while all of this happened? Ridiculous, we know.
Watch Pink's "Try" video after the jump.
Watch Sleeping With Sirens' new video for "Roger Rabbit."
It really doesn't get much more romantic than taking a trip to the beach with a crew of band dudes. Magic is in the air in Sleeping with Sirens' "Roger Rabbit," a video that's seemingly more about hitting the water than chilling with 6-foot cartoon bunnies. An adorable real-life bulldog does join the band for their end-of-summer vacation, tagging along as the group runs through a series of warm-weather tasks: boating, stone-skipping, hand-holding, and music-making, then finally busting out an acoustic guitar to sing as the sun goes down. The track matches R&B-influenced verses (we kept waiting for Timbaland to pop out from behind a sand dune with an "Uh-huh") before surrendering to a strummy, campfire-ready chorus.
Watch Sleeping With Sirens' "Roger Rabbit" video after the jump.
Trey Songz gets is in a steamy love triangle in his video for "Dive In."
It's always the pretty boys who get themselves into SO much trouble. Trey Songz may be too handsome for his own good, because boy clearly cannot help himself when it comes to the opposite sex. In the video for "Dive In," the latest single from his fifth album, Chapter V, Trey has something very simple to do: complete a business deal at a work colleague's home. But of course, when his colleague's beautiful wife enters the picture, Trey pretty much loses his mind. FOCUS TREY... ah eff it, there's no helping you, Trigga.
Watch Trey Songz's video for "Dive In" after the jump.
Watch Walk The Moon's jubilant new video for "Tightrope."
We think it's safe to say that Cincinnati-based indie-pop outfit Walk The Moon have solidified their place as the happy-hook masters (see the rager-ready, sun-soaked video for "Anna Sun"). In fact, just this summer the boys beat out The Wanted, Wiz Khalifa, Rihanna, AND Rita Ora in our "Song Of The Summer" contest. I mean, it had to be said! That ish ain't easy. And in just the last few months, the boys have released their self-titled debut via RCA Records and played MTV's famed Unplugged stage. I guess at this point we can't help but be obsessed. Now the Posted AND Push players' new video for their song "Tightrope" is out -- and guys, we thought we knew these boys well after "Anna Sun," but clearly we haven't seen anything yet. (Though we are seeing more face paint...)
Watch Walk The Moon's "Tightrope" video after the jump.
Meital Dohan is a bedazzled base jumper in her "On Ya" video featuring Sean Kingston.
You probably already know a ton about Meital Dohan (because why wouldn't you do extensive research on a chick that looks like THIS), but just in case you've been slacking off on the job, here's the quick 411: the Israeli singer, actress, dancer, playwright, and overall hot person has been nominated for the Israeli equivalent of an Oscar (twice, but who's counting), guest starred on "Weeds," and then got naked and fought people in the video for her last single, "Yummy." Now, Meital has hooked up with Sean Kingston (in the musical sense) for her latest record, "On Ya." And did we mention she's gorg? Probably.
Watch Meital Dohan's "On Ya" video featuring Sean Kingston after the jump.
Soft Swells sing one last summer anthem.
"I don't want this summer to ever end," Tim Williams sings in Soft Swells' "Summer Song." Well, if summer means jamming out on your enormous balcony by a sun-drenched Hollywood skyline, we wouldn't want it to end either. Tim probably has AC, too. Playing out like a love letter to laid-back afternoons, "Summer Song"'s video is prettier than your favorite Instagram filter: We see a lady friend in a vintage Guns N' Roses shirt (borrowed from Adam Sandler on the set of "The Wedding Singer"?!) sorting through vinyl records, reading a good book, sketching, and laying down some sweet bass lines, all without the help of socks. And then later without other apparel, though Soft Swells keep it PG. Best summer ever?
Watch Soft Swells' "Summer Song" video after the jump.
The Early November are back with their new video for "In Currents."
It's possible you haven't heard of indie/emo/post-hardcore outfit The Early November, but fun fact: these guys are South Jersey pop-punk royalty, having formed in 2000, and were signed to punk powerhouse label Drive-Thru Records in 2002 (the California emo/punk home of such mid-aughts acts as New Found Glory, Fenix TX, Midtown, Finch, The Starting Line, Rx Bandits, and Something Corporate). Once signed to Drive-Thru, the Early November built a major following by trekking cross-country via Vans Warped Tour, and released 2003's Room's Too Cold, and 2006's The Mother, The Mechanic, And The Path. After going on an indefinite hiatus in 2007, The Early November regrouped last summer to release a brand-new album called In Currents, and have now dropped a visually stunning video for the album's title track.
Watch The Early November's "In Currents" video after the jump.