@Videostatic Kehlani f/ 6lack "RPG" (Trey Lyons, dir.) https://t.co/1P3500x1Tc 1 day 5 hours ago
@Videostatic RT : Thank you to and all the artists that came together to make this happen. Net profits from the song,… https://t.co/Ao10APTVtz 3 hours 38 min ago
@Videostatic Ellie Goulding "Sixteen" (Tim Mattia, dir.) https://t.co/w1QoQP0e3S 1 day 7 hours ago
@Videostatic Lil Dicky "Earth" (Nigel W. Tierney, Federico Heller, dir.) https://t.co/smKkcXLefU 7 hours 20 min ago
@Videostatic Offset f/ Cardi B "Clout" (Daniel Russell, dir.) https://t.co/xIejYvFTYV 1 day 6 hours ago

Nicholas Robespierre

Have You Seen This Couple: Justin Timberlake "Not A Bad Thing" (Dennis, Liu, dir.)

The new Justin Timberlake music video isn't really a music video. And it isn't quite a documentary as much as it's the start of a social stunt with a real world component.

The story starts on January 12 when a mystery couple got engaged on the Long Island Railroad with a Justin Timberlake song as the soundtrack (played on a Beats Pill, of course). And now the search is on for this couple, with a hashtag — #haveyouseenthiscouple — posters, appearances and this video, which also features lots of interviews with families and couples about the mysterious ways of love. Know the couple? You email haveyouseenthiscouple@gmail.com, or even call a tipline.

Is this couple truly out there? Is it all just a stunt? Do they exist? Am I cynic? Does it matter?

#maybe

Daughtry "Waiting For Superman" (Shane Drake, dir.)

This new Daughtry track — not to be confused with the Flaming Lips song of the same name, or that old Three Doors Down hit — gets matched with an epic L.A. story about everyday heroics that often get overlooked or misunderstood.

Also heroic? Former American Idol contestant Chris Daughtry himself, who suddenly seems ready to leave the hard rock shadows for a shot at mass stardom..,