A timely reminder that "Love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love, cannot be killed or swept aside," and can be found right in front of you, wherever you are, be you John Legend and Chrissy Teigen at home with their baby, or in Iraq, Orlando, Standing Rock, or the Dominican Republic.
The first couple minutes might have you shaking your head at the routine booty, but it's all set up for the amazing journey that takes us alongside Vince Staples from a video set to an unfortunate conclusion.
"Drone Bomb Me" might seem ripe for an overly political video, but artistic director Riccardo Tisci and director Nabil go for something totally different, enlisting supermodel Naomi Campbell for a devastatingly simple performance.
Come along on a misty mountain hop (see what I did there?) with Lana Del Rey and guest Father John Misty. It's a bit long (11 minutes) and trippy (acid), but the ending water ballet sequence washes away any fears that FJM is gonna go full Manson (Charles) in this Topanga vision quest.
An apcalyptic and surreal journey through The Weeknd's recent video iconography, augmented by the GoPro spherical VR system that works in most browsers and mobile players. Go ahead and explore, because The Weeknd is surrounded by so much mayhem that you probably won't mind the brief runtime.
Welcome to Morrocco... Home to a bareknuckle brawler with the savegery of an uncaged dog, a trigger happy girlfriend with poor aim, a relentless avenger, and a magical sect carrying what may be the modern day holy grail — aka the one-of-a-kind secret Wu-Tang album The Wu – Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, which maybe you'll get to hear in Heaven.
In The Pines is not a safe place to be, but there's not much safety beyond them either. In this case we have a runner on a suicide mission of sorts, unable to outrun most of the arrows hurtling his way as he makes his way to a surprising last stand.