@SchumanArt WATCH IT: Beautiful Machines "We Have 2 Escape" (Timothy Plain, dir.) https://t.co/J5lqrisiRG via 4 hours 46 min ago
@Videostatic Ariana Grande "7 rings" (Hannah Lux Davis, dir.) https://t.co/sTnqxEHHfN 1 hour 51 min ago

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Bruno Mars "That’s What I Like" (Jonathan Lia, Bruno Mars, dir.)

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.

Beyonce "Lemonade" Visual Album

Beyonce goes very big with Lemonade, a visual album that mixes the personal with the universal with the political in a nearly hourlong special consisting of poetry, music and visuals.

In terms of the visual, the biggest stamp seems to come from director Khalil Joseph, but the longform also has set-pieces (aka: songs) directed by Jonas Akerlund,, Melina Matsoukas, Jonas Akerlund, Mark Romanek, Todd Tourso and Dikayl Rimmasch.

A Massive Star-Studded Trailer for Jay Z & Beyonce "Run" (Melina Matsoukas, dir.)

Holy crap. An all-star, action packed trailer for Jay Z and Beyonce first feature film coming... NEVER. So, breath a sigh of relief, since all involved surely know that this compilation of action flick cliches would be a clunker even by Hollywood crap standards.

That said: We get Beyonce at her hottest, Jay at his most badass and cast that would be the envy of any blockbuster: Sean Penn, Don Cheadle, Guillermo Diaz, Emmy Rossum, Jake Gyllenhaal, Blake Lively, Rashida Jones and Kidada Jones

And if you want to see Jay and Bey' on the run together: Go get your tickets for their tour — which is what this trailer is really meant to promote.

David Bowie "Valentine's Day" (Indrani and Markus Klinko, dir.)

David Bowie isn't known for stepping out of character — be it the all-encompassing guises of Ziggy Stardust or The Thin White Duke, or even the roles he played in previous videos for comeback album The Next Day — but "Valentines Day" is when the rock legend really faces us down. And it's intense. Armed with merely a guitar — a headless Steinberger, which hasn't been in style since, well maybe ever — and a stare that might even give old Jack Torrance the willies, Bowie shows how a simple, traditional video like this can be effective when the subject is worthy.