Get ready to play a game of "Will the real Taylor Swift please stand up?" in this tricky and twisty sci-fi bonanza directed TSwift's visual assassin Joseph Kahn. The plot involves the pop star's current incarnation confronting cyborg replicant that's more than ready to break out her glass box and start kicking some ass on her behalf. Ready for it?
A portraiture of a wandering dog at magic hour. Two lovers at the beach, dealing with each other and the dangerosly crashing waves. And a depressed woman who confronts an unhelpful counterman, to tragic results. "Don't Know Why" is a music video comprised of those three totally seperate acts, connected only on a subsconscious level.
A TV shows within a video with a movie and more. Things get ambitiously meta as Camilia Cabello finds love and adventure, first by living vicariously via her on-screen doubles, and then all by herself.
Tove Lo hijacks a talk show set and takes the host on a vision quest to discover all sorts of new sexual flavors. Oh, and the host is a puppet. And his preferred flavors are vanilla and BBQ sauce, which seem to go just fine with the hallucinogens she slips him.
Either this video exists in a superfantastical world where the outlandish is the everyday, or Adam Levine is tripping his face off. You'll need to stay tuned to the end of this wild adventure to find out the answer.
The Icelandic singer-songwriter’s mesmerizing new video, made in collaboration with Gucci’s Alessandro Michele and artist Andrew Thomas Huang premiering over on Nowness.
“The Gate is essentially a love song, but I say ‘love’ in a more transcendent way. Vulnicura was about a very personal loss, and I think this new album is about a love that’s even greater. It’s about rediscovering love—but in a spiritual way, for lack of a better word.” – Björk, Dazed magazine
"For the first release from her forthcoming new album, co-produced by Arca, Björk has teamed up with a super-troupe of contributors to create a hallucinogenic new video. Artist Andrew Thomas Huang lends his tech-savvy hand to envision a kaleidoscopic world inhabited by the singer-songwriter, who is clad in an iridescent otherworldly garment designed by Gucci’s Alessandro Michele." Nowness
"Look What You Made Me Do" may not settle the question of who the "real" Taylor Swift is, but it has a load of fun as she and director Joseph Kahn go for a multiple personalies concept played out in a series of massive set-pieces, each of which is bigger than most entire music videos.
Times change, styles change, and Miley Cyrus does exactly the same, this time dipping way back to the more wholesome '50s/'60s (with one nod to the more recent pole-dancing past, albeit with a huge "No One Stays The Same" title).
"1-800-273-8255" is the number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. That's pretty much all you need to know about this powerful music video that stars a few recognizable Hollywood faces, but all acting to support a message about love, acceptance and choices.
Master Of None co-creator Alan Yang directs a genius video that pokes fun at the fact that Friends was an exceptionally white show, by recasting a remake with a who's who of current black stars, including Jerrod Carmichael, Issa Rae, Lakeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Tessa Thompson and Lil Rel Howery.
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Director: Brad Chmielewski
Director of Photography: Sergio Salgado
Producer: Kyle Cogan
Editor: Maeve Price
Animation: Ethan Barnowsky, Brad Chmielewski & Jake Williams
Video Commissioner: Vincenza Conticchio
Record Label: Bad Boy Entertainment / Interscope Records
Director Rep: Charlie Twaddle of LARK Creative