Maybe monsters aren't so mean. Maybe they're just clumsy. Director Isaac Rentz goes the claymation route in his latest video for Cage The Elephant, delivering a sweet sad tale about a misunderstood Godzilla and some triggerhappy humans.
Behind The Scenes of "Next 2 You" with 2 of the biggest pop stars and a very big production that includes a massive city set, carmageddon (sorry, Angelenos) and fire fire fire. --> watch "Next 2 You" Behind The Scenes
Chris Brown and Justin Bieber on-screen together is about as big as it gets right now for a pop video. And the same goes for the video itself, in which director Colin Tilley delivers an updated version of a Michael Bay disaster-romance, filled with explosions, crumbling buildings and lots of breaking hearts. --> watch "Next 2 You"
Starting with a press conference that's only slightly less absurd that Anthony "Are you more than seven inches!?" Weiner's resignation speech, this comical video has Britney Spears turning the tables on all the gawkers, paparazzi and other rubberneckers. Britney also gladly takes some potshots here — ie: there will be no "Cross Harder" sequel to her 2002 flick Crossroads — while gladly going along on a ride gets more bizarro (and fun) as it progresses. --> watch "I Wanna Go"
While this (thankfully) never hits the necophiliac lows you might imagine when I tell you the basic premise is "Weekend At Bernies, but with a really hot dead chick," there's plenty here to creep you out and keep you chuckling. --> watch "Around My Head"
While you don't have to look far to see that Britney has lost a step director Ray Kay turns back the clock in a futuristic video that's remininiscent of "I'm A Slave 4 U" in terms of her stylized sexy look as she parties on the eve of the apocalypse. --> watch " Till The World Ends"
Travis Porter play with a kind of iPad app that would never pass Apple's strict "no smut" rules. They use their fingers to undress, move around and generally manipulate a series of women and scenes. Don't be afraid though: Based on the lyrics, the video's set-ups are more chaste and the overall idea more clever than you might expect. --> watch "Bring It Back"