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Watch the Video for Sam Smith's "Too Good At Goodbyes"

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Sam Smith’s New Music Video is Out

The British singer has been missing somewhat in the past year or so, but that’s assumably to prepare for his latest comeback.

Smith’s debut LP, In the Lonely Hour, came out back in 2014. Then, after making the rounds with his music from that, he went on to create and win an Oscar in 2015 for “Writings on the Wall,” the theme song to Bond’s SPECTRE.

And now it seems he’s ready to come out with a new LP which he says will drop sometime before Christmas.

In the meantime, we get to enjoy his first single from the currently untitled LP.

“Too Good at Goodbyes” is a smooth ballad that Smith himself says came from a deep and personal place.

"This song is about me and about a relationship I was in," he said. "This album actually is not all about me. There's about four songs that are about me, and the rest are about different things and different people in my life and what they've gone through."

We told you about the release date and name of the song, but now we can finally give you a video to go with it.

So, if you are interested in seeing “Too Good At Goodbyes,” check it out down below.

Watch Superfruit Party Hard in "How You Feeling?"

Superfruit is back with another music video, and we had to share it with you all.

The dynamic duo are celebrating the release of the second part of their Future Friends album. And with it come some great new songs like “Fantasy" featuring F(x)’s Amber Liu, “Hurry Up!” and “How You Feeling?”

And the latter song now has a music video out.

The song follows Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying as they go on a little of bender after partying maybe a little too hard.

Some of the lyrics go, “I’m dancing reckless but it’s all a lie,” and,  “Don’t have the patience to even say goodbye.”

Watch the video down below.

Katy Perry Releases Goofy Official Video For 'Swish Swish'

Katy Perry’s performance on Saturday Night Live for Swish Swish created buzz around her drag queen entourage, especially when she performed Bon Appétit with Migos, who claimed they would not go out on stage with her drag backup dancers. Regardless, both songs have become summer bops that have been heard at clubs everywhere making you want to stomp it to the death on the dance floor.

Now, just a few days before hosting this year’s MTV VMA’s, Katy Perry has released her official video for Swish Swish which features Nicki Minaj, Molly Shannon, Terry Crews, Hafþór Júlíus "Thor" Björnsson, Russel “Backpack Kid” Horning, the ladies of GLOW (Sydelle Noel, Britney Young, Kia Stevens, Jackie Tohn), the West Hollywood Cheerleaders, Rob Gronkowski, and many others.

What started as a song in response to a feud between Katy and Taylor Swift, the official video is a campy video that takes place on a basketball court wherein the underdog comes out the victor (metaphor for something?) Too wacky considering it make you want to strut your stuff? Feels a little too literal to me.

What do you think?

 

 

MUST WATCH: Logic's New MV About Teen Suicide Prevention

Ladies, Gentlemen, and those in-between, I am crying. I am crying because I just watched this beautiful video for Logic’s new song “1-800-273-8255,” and I am writing because I had to share it with all of you.

For those wondering, 1-800-273-8255 is the number for the U.S. National Suicide Prevention Hotline, and this video centers around this concept but with an LGBTQ focus.

And just that important detail should tell you the power of this music video’s story. I won’t tell you much because I don’t want to spoil it for you.

What I will tell you is that the video is put together by a fantastic group of creatives. From the addition of Alessia Clara and Khalid as feature artists on the song to having Modern Family’s Nolan Gould, Oscar nominee Don Cheadle, Matthew Modine, Luiz Guzmán, and Nickelodeon’s Coy Stewart, playing the main role, taking parts as actors. You can see there’s talent all over this video.

So go grab some tissues, prepare for your heart to be touched, and watch 1-800-273-8255 by Logic.

 

Superfruit Debuts New Song 'Worth It (Perfect)'

In case you've been looking for the perfect summer anthem--here it is! Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying, better known as the popular music duo Superfruit, debuted a their new song and video Worth It (Perfect) today just in time for your pool parties, barbecues, beach days, or cruising with your shades on.

Worth It (Perfect) is part of Superfruit’s new album Future Friends: Part One available now and Part Two which will be out on iTunes and other major online stores on September 15th.

The video, which features Kaycee Rice and Sage Rosen, is a non-stop dance routine that defies gender roles as Rice (dressed in a tuxedo) and Rosen (sporting a flowy pink dress) use Superfruit’s song to portray effortless choreography that debunks stereotypes and the expected. An artistic expression in support of transgender youth.

Here's the video--I dare you to not bob your head up and down:

Grassi and Hoying are also members of the Grammy-award winning a capella Pentatonix that has changed the music game with their unique sound.

Thanks for the beats, boys! Now to get that choreography down to practice in front of the mirror.

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