@Videostatic Karen O & Danger Mouse "Woman" (Spike Jonze, dir.) https://t.co/sVAwPNL870 20 hours 4 min ago
@Videostatic Jon Bellion "Stupid Deep" (Daniel Brown, dir.) https://t.co/74raJPKuX7 22 hours 59 min ago
@kholy381 While I'm on break check the usual channels for things like the new https://t.co/9PDnkM7sx8 19 hours 9 min ago
@Videostatic Fitz And The Tantrums "123456" (Jamie Thraves, Ofir Shoham, dir.) https://t.co/GediXpvGdN 18 hours 2 min ago
@Videostatic Roseaux "I Am Going Home [director's cut]" (Allie Avital Tsypin, dir.) https://t.co/UXvgW6r2XX 21 hours 39 min ago
@Videostatic Two Door Cinema Club "Talk" (Max Siedentopf, dir.) https://t.co/vRoa8gv2o9 15 hours 51 min ago

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Kendrick Lamar "These Walls" (Colin Tilley, The Little Homies, dir.)

What if the walls of that seedy party motel could talk and answer whether the jail cell tall tale was actually true? That's the essential premise of "These Walls," in which we explore the night in question like it was a comedic Rashomon set in the world of the Ernie Barnes Sugar Shack painting. The truth never totally unravels — especially the KDot x Terry Crews dance interlude — but perhaps the promised sequel will hold the key to it all.

PS: This video is a tale told by adults for adults. Nudity and cursing are involved. Sorry.

Nicki Minaj "Anaconda" (Colin Tilley, dir.)

Is it the apex of female empowerment for Nicki Minaj to take a term Sir Mix-A-Lot used to refer to his manhood and coil it into a reference to her own powerful assets? Or, are we just looking at an excuse to watch booty shake like rattlesnake tails? 

Welcome to the insane territory of no-holds-barred postmodern music video, where you don't need to just stop at putting em on the glass; Now you can shatter that glass with ferocious ass-rattling power. In a set-up similar to Katy Perry "Roar" — think of "Anaconda" as the Hard R version — MInaj unleashes the booty and likely renders you speechless (or in the case of lap dance recipient, Drake, painfully immobile).

And, if you decided to get on the discussion of whether Taylor Swift was appropriating, or propogating sterotypes in her "Shake It Off" video, well, I look forward to your thoughts on this one.

In the meantime, I'll agree with my friend Ethan who notes that there could have been room for cameos by Jon Voight, J.Lo and Ice Cube... Or, at least Kari Wuhrer, right?