@DanoCerny WATCH IT: Keith Urban w/ P!nk "One Too Many" (Dano Cerny, dir.) https://t.co/qHpLlurnau via 1 day 13 hours ago

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Maroon 5 "Animals" (Samuel Bayer, dir.)

Okay. Part of me here thinks that, after his girlfriend was killed, Adam Levine's character lost his sanity and developed a taste for blood. When he sees the object of his latest desire —played by real-life wife Behati Prinsloo — on the job, he develops an unhealthy obsession that he can't wait to enact in reality.

Another part of me thinks that Adam's studied a lot of Criminal Minds episodes and may wish to be a serial killer in his next big film role; This could be considered his audition.

I'm going with scenario three: Maroon 5 reunite with Samuel Bayer to take the primal nature of the song to an extreme - and make sure there are no CGI gerbils driving Kia Souls.

Whatever the case, Adam's having a grand old time in that meat locker. It's worth a few clicks. And Bayer probably loves the opening credits to Se7en as much as you do.

Britney Spears "Perfume" (Joseph Kahn, dir.)

Director Joseph Kahn constructs a tale of two loves in this unexpected video from Britney Spears. "Perfume" is Britney unguarded — favoring a soaring, yet barbed ballad that's worlds away from her recent electro facades — with a video that does away with the occasional superhero and dominatrix motifs she's used in the past: This is the pop star at her most vulnerable, but still stronger than ever.

Mariah Carey f/ Miguel "Beautiful" Premiering This Week (Joseph Kahn, dir.)

MARIAH. MIGUEL. #BEAUTIFUL. 5.06.13

Maybe Mariah hasn't been getting her respect on American Idol, but what better platform could there be to set up her comeback? The Diva will look to put the show to work for her this week, with new video "Beautiful" set for a premiere during Wednesday night's episode.

The video is directed by Joseph Kahn; Miguel is the featured guest. And based on the trailer for it, the video will live up to the song title.