An epic tale starring Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds and his wife Aja Volkman, covering a gamut of love, mistakes, regrets, crimes and punishments, all with an underlying belief in redemption even if it's just wishful thinking.
Sure, there's some editorial and other manipulations going on with Bruno Mars' singular dance extravaganza that is the "That's What I Like" video — not to mention all the animated filigrees — but we should also recignize that Bruno is indeed capable of much more than your average pop star, and it's not such a stretch to envision him doing these moves harder, better, faster, stronger than anyone else.
Stardom as an instant glamour model can be a bitch. Or maybe, it's just the photographers who discover and explout these beautiful people who are truly the bitches. Such is the situation in this tale of Rita Ora going from a street savvy headturner to a glossy pin-up girl under the watchful eye of a creepy Warholian predator type who peels her away from her man.
This campy and retro musical tribute to pretty girls around the world (that would be all of them) is an out-of-this-world quest to bring these two blonde superstars together. Iggy plays an alien robot-type creature who is, naturally, new to the scene, while Britney is otherwise worshiped and glorified.
If you're going to do anything that's even close to the masterful True Detective opening credits, then you better do it well. And if you know anything about Taylor Swift, then you know that she only does things well. "Style" plays with double-exposures, projections and other tricks as we see a love affair come together and shatter apart again and again.