Lucky for Why Don't We's Jonah Marais he gets more than one shot to land the woman of his dreams in this repeating time-loop (think Groundhogs Day or Palm Springs) scenario where he gets to do it all over again until he gets it right.
"Love So Soft" but a sound a bit harder than you might expect, with soulful touches driving this comeback from the original American Idol queen. Director Dave Meyers doesn't skimp on the set-ups or the VFX as Clarkson vamps her way through this fantasy world.
Trainfuls of immigrants of all kinds — including one that seems to include an entire society unto itself, and then a subway where the passengers do away with their black bar blinders — crisscross the globe in this bold and elaborate video tie-in to the Hamilton mixtape featuring Residente, Riz MC & Snow Tha Product.
Fitting six inarguably big artists and film footage into one video might seem like a suicide mission, but "Sucker For Pain" manages to cover all the bases with Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons, Ty Dolla $ign, Logic, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and X-Ambassadors singer Sam Harris — each getting individual set-ups that are all inspired, or directly tied-into this Summer's anti-hero flick, Suicide Squad.
A couple retraces their dates to get a reminder of the literal magic that exists because of their love. Lots of sight-gags and inventiveness here, with much of the video casting the two as truly larger than life.