Shakira Releases “Perro Fiel” Music Video Featuring Nicky Jam

Shakira just released her new album, El Dorado, last May. Following singles like "Chantaje" and "Me Enamoré," Shakira teamed up with Nicky Jam for her latest single, "Perro Fiel." Its music video was filmed back in July, but now fans can finally enjoy the song's visuals. The music video starts with a trio of woman…

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Fall Out Boy Shares Best ‘M A N I A’ Single Yet, “The Last Of The Real Ones”

Fall Out Boy only announced their new album, M A N I A, last April, and they're already onto their third single. Following "Young And Menace" and "Champion," our latest taste of M A N I A comes in the form of "The Last Of The Real Ones." If you felt "Young And Menace" was…

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Watch Lana Del Rey’s Retro Futuristic Music Video For “White Mustang”

Earlier this summer, Lana Del Rey released her excellent new album, Lust For Life. The record has already launched a few singles, including "Love" and "Lust For Life" featuring The Weeknd. Fans got to hear plenty of teasers and full songs as the release date drew closer. "Coachella - Woodstock In My Mind," a live…

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Hear Kelly Clarkson’s Stunning New Songs “Love So Soft” & “Move You”

We said it before, and we'll say it again: Kelly Clarkson is back! And we're not just talking about her return after two years off. She's been revitalized, with an image and confidence not seen in a decade or more. Today she released two new songs from her upcoming album, Meaning Of Life. "Love So…

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Ghost Shares Music Video For “He Is,” Ending ‘Meliora’ Era

Two full years ago, Ghost released their acclaimed third album, Meliora. It was led by the singles "Cirice" and "From The Pinnacle To The Pit," and found the band earning more recognition than ever before. Last year, Ghost launched their Pope Star EP, which included the new song "Square Hammer" along with four covers. Fans may have assumed…

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Neon Trees Makes You “Feel Good” With New Single & Music Video

Two weeks ago, Neon Trees shared their uplifting new single "Feel Good," from their upcoming fourth album. It's their first new song since "Songs I Can't Listen To" in 2015, and the first taste of the new era. Frontman Tyler Glenn wrote "Feel Good" earlier this year. He stated: I wrote this song early this…

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Pink Shares Video For “What About Us” From New Album, ‘Beautiful Trauma’

Last Thursday, after weeks of building anticipation, Pink released her new single, "What About Us". It's our first taste of her upcoming seventh album, Beautiful Trauma. The song is surprisingly gentle and emotional, a far cry from her usual lead singles (see: "So What," "Blow Me One Last Kiss"). Instead of energetic choruses and rollicking…

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Bruno Mars Serenades Zendaya In “Versace On The Floor” Music Video

Bruno Mars released his third album, 24K Magic, last November. Following hits "24K Magic" and "That's What I Like," Bruno's third single is the romantic serenade, "Versace On The Floor." Bruno first shared the ballad last year ahead of the album's release. It's been a long time coming, and now the song has an official video.…

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Mysterious New Video For Green Day’s “Troubled Times” Appears Online

Green Day has had a big year with their politically charged new album, Revolution Radio. It's offered us singles “Bang Bang,” “Still Breathing,” and the title track so far, in addition to lyric video for numerous album tracks. One song that earned a lyric video is "Troubled Times," a particularly topical song that addresses the problems we face today.…

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Watch Garbage’s Political New Music Video For “No Horses”

Last month, Garbage introduced their new song, "No Horses," during their Rage And Rapture tour with Blondie. Frontwoman Shirley Manson describes the song as depressing and their darkest yet - quite a feat considering their intense discography. "No Horses" takes us to a dystopian, apocalyptic future, a place it can seem we're headed towards already.…

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Fall Out Boy Highlights Diverse “Champion” Characters In New Music Video

Fall Out Boy shared their new song, "Champion," in June. Following "Young And Menace," it's the second single from the band's upcoming seventh album, M A N I A, due in September. Today, "Champion" gets a music video highlighting the various champions you'll find in everyday life. Whether you're a cop, a grandparent, a stripper,…

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The All-American Rejects Release Short Film For 2 New Songs: “Sweat” & “Close Your Eyes”

After months of teasing, The All-American Rejects have finally released their highly anticipated new singles. Yes, they shared not one, but TWO new songs. "Sweat" and "Close Your Eyes" both appear in a new music video that doubles as a short film. The more upbeat of the two songs, "Sweat" starts the video with frontman…

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Picks Of The Month: Your June 2017 Playlist

Every month, tons of great new music comes out from a range of artists and genres. Sometimes life is busy and you may miss some songs. With all the graduations and early summer trips, it's no wonder if you didn't hear some of the new music. So we created a playlist of some of the best…

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The All-American Rejects Share Trailer For “Close Your Eyes” & “Sweat,” New Album In Fall

Back in April, All-American Rejects lead singer Tyson Ritter hinted that the band’s new single, “Sweat,” would be out one month later. May only brought a tour announcement with Dashboard Confessional. Finally, the All-American Rejects started teasing the new song again earlier this month. They even started sharing some lyrical previews. Now, Billboard confirms that The All-American…

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The All-American Rejects Tease Lyrics For Upcoming Single, “Sweat”

Nearly three months ago, All-American Rejects lead singer Tyson Ritter hinted that the band's new single, “Sweat,” would be out one month later. May came and went with no song and no news other than a tour announcement. Finally, the All-American Rejects started teasing the new song again earlier this month. We know "Sweat" will be…

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Ellie Goulding Updates “Something In The Way You Move” Music Video For Deichmann Shoe Line

In October 2015, Ellie Goulding debuted a new song off her third album, Delirium. "Something In The Way You Move" was a perfect electropop song, and it became the second North American single off the album in January 2016. It got a music video of tour footage soon after. So it may be a bit…

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See Green Day Through The Years In “Revolution Radio” Music Video

Green Day has had a big year with their politically charged new album, Revolution Radio. Following singles “Bang Bang” and “Still Breathing,” the band's latest single is the title track. And know fans can finally see the music video for "Revolution Radio." The video focuses on Green Day performing the way they always have. We see Billie…

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The Weeknd Shares Music Video For ‘Starboy’ Highlight, “Secrets”

The Weeknd launched his stunning album, Starboy, late last year. Following music videos for the title track, "False Alarm," "Party Monster," "Reminder," and "I Feel It Coming," our latest video is for the album highlight, "Secrets." The song is dreamy, ’80s styled pop perfection. The Weeknd borrowed the chorus’s titular line from The Romantics’ 1983 single,…

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Lana Del Rey & The Weeknd Team Up In New “Lust For Life” Music Video

Last month, Lana Del Rey shared her new duet with The Weeknd, "Lust For Life," the title track from her upcoming album. Today, we get to see the pair together in the retro new music video. Listen closely and you'll hear some of the lyrics come to life. The video starts with Lana performing the song, accompanied…

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Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness Made A Crazy Video For “So Close”

If you thought Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness' last video for "Fire Escape" was weird, wait until you see his new "So Close" music video. "So Close" was one of the songs Andrew shared ahead of his new album, Zombies On Broadway, the second under his Wilderness moniker. (Before that, he was the frontman of…

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Muse Shares Music Video For New Single, “Dig Down”

After a bit of teasing, last week Muse announced their new single "Dig Down." Today, we get to hear the new song and watch its music video. "Dig Down" is an inspirational slow jam, taking the vibe of "Madness" and the effortless cool of Queen, and throwing in some lines about believing in yourself. The…

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See Shakira’s Playful “Me Enamoré” Music Video

Last month, Shakira released her new single, "Me Enamoré," off her upcoming album El Dorado. Today, the fun love songs gets the video treatment. The music video starts with Shakira waking up to a messy room, the final traces of a too-fun night. Shakira then takes us on a local adventure, playing basketball at the…

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Muse Announces New Single “Dig Down,” Out May 18th

Earlier this week, Muse revealed that a new single was "coming soon" when they released a pair of video teasers. They have now confirmed that "Dig Down" will be out on May 18th. This will be Muse's first new song since they released their album Drones in 2015. "Dig Down" may also be the first taste…

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Muse Tease New Music And Video “Coming Soon”

Last month, Muse frontman Matt Bellamy posted a short video declaring that a new song was coming soon. Now, a full month later, and the message has been repeated and expanded. Muse just shared a short teaser video for this upcoming music, still "coming soon." But the teaser clip also shows brief shots of a video…

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See Ed Sheeran’s Music Video For “Galway Girl” Starring Saoirse Ronan

Ed Sheeran's newest single is the fun Irish-sounding track, "Galway Girl," off his album ÷ (aka "divide"). He previously shared a lyric video for the song on St. Patrick's Day, but now it comes to life in the point-of-view music video Ed Sheeran shot himself in Ireland. The video stars Irish American actress Saoirse Ronan as…

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Throwback To “Somebody That I Used To Know”

Here's a song that you probably used to know. Think back about five or six years to that hit song that came out of nowhere. It was a song no one could escape: Radio played it constantly. Its popularity got it into various viral videos. It even earned two Grammys, plus another Grammy for the…

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Paramore Drops Funky New Song & Music Video, “Told You So”

Just two weeks ago, Paramore excited fans around the world with "Hard Times" and the announcement of their new album, After Laughter. The album will be out next week, but now fans can enjoy one more song while we count down the days. "Told You So" is a funky meditation on arguments and bitterness when…

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Picks Of The Month: April 2017 Playlist

Every month, tons of great new music comes out from a range of artists and genres. Sometimes life is busy and you may miss some songs. So we created a playlist of some of the best new songs that came out in April 2017. Spring has sprung, the days are getting longer, and April saw a ton of great new…

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Fall Out Boy Drops “Young And Menace” From Upcoming Album, ‘M A N I A’

It's been a minute since Fall Out Boy released any music. Their last album, American Beauty / American Psycho, came out in January 2015, and launched singles like "Uma Thurman," "Centuries," "Irresistible," and its title track. The band has been quiet for the last year, releasing only a cryptic short film called "Bloom" last September. Now,…

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Paramore Surprises With New Single “Hard Times” Off Upcoming Album, ‘After Laughter’

Paramore is back! After four long years, the trio hit us hard today with a new single, its music video, and an album announcement. They premiered "Hard Times" along with its colorful music video this morning. If you liked the sound of "Still Into You" and "Ain't It Fun" from their last album, you'll probably…

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Throwback To Muse’s Best Song, “Starlight”

In 2006, alternative rock band Muse released their fourth studio album. The band had been steadily rising in popularity, both in their native United Kingdom and abroad. After starting with "Supermassive Black Hole," "Starlight" was released as the second single from Black Holes & Revelations. The ballad, which gave the album its name, is perhaps the most…

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