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Watch Billie Eilish Become Fallen Angel in ‘All the Good Girls Go to Hell’ Video

Watch Billie Eilish Become Fallen Angel in ‘All the Good Girls Go to Hell’ Video
Billie Eilish sprouts wings and falls from heaven in the fiery video for her latest single “All the Good Girls Go to Hell.” The track appears on Eilish’s debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

In the Rich Lee-directed clip, large wings sprout grotesquely from Eilish’s back before she is propelled from the sky. When she lands on Earth, she is dropped into an oil spill, her once all-white feathers and outfit now covered in oil. As the song begins, she struggles to
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Watch Super-Sized Lana Del Rey Conquer Venice Beach in ‘Doin’ Time’ Video

Watch Super-Sized Lana Del Rey Conquer Venice Beach in ‘Doin’ Time’ Video
A day before the release of her new LP Norman Fucking Rockwell, Lana Del Rey has dropped a video for her sultry cover of Sublime’s “Doin’ Time,” in which a super-sized version of the singer stomps around Venice Beach.

Directed by Rich Lee and homage of sorts to the b-movie classic Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, the grainy clip opens with Del Rey the Giant waking up in an aqueduct. She stretches, stands up and begins to stomp around Los Angeles, gently stepping over highways to avoid crushing cars like a peaceful Godzilla.
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Lana Del Rey Drops Double Video for ‘F-ck It I Love You,’ ‘The Greatest’

Lana Del Rey Drops Double Video for ‘F-ck It I Love You,’ ‘The Greatest’
Lana Del Rey turns reflective in her double music video for “Fuck It I Love You” and “The Greatest,” which the singer released Thursday. Both tracks are from her forthcoming album Norman Fucking Rockwell, arriving August 30th.

“Fuck It I Love You” is about as straightforward romantic as a Lana Del Rey track can get, sung over images of Del Rey swinging on a tire swing, painting in a studio, real-surfing in the ocean and fake-surfing with bodybuilder Rich Lee. The video periodically cuts to Del Rey performing karaoke in an unassuming dive.
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New Limitless Episode 16,Season 1 Official Spoilers,Description Hit The Net

Recently, CBS revealed the new,official synopsis/description for their upcoming "Limitless" episode 16 of season 1. The episode is entitled, "Sands Agent Of Morra," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intriguing and startling stuff go down as Brian learns some new, shocking and violent things about Sands' past. Then Brian's side mission gets kept secret by a lot of work on his sister's part, and more! In the new, 16th episode press release: When Sands' Past Sins Catch Up With Him, He Enlists Brian's Help With A Life-or-death Situation That Must Be Kept Secret From Senator Morra. Press release number 2: When Sands (Colin Salmon), Senator Morra's deadly representative, enlists Brian's help to eliminate an immediate threat he needs to keep secret from the politician, Brian will end up discovering details about Sands' dangerous and startling past. Also, Brian's sister, Rachel (Megan Guinan), is going to
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Predict who will win Vma professional categories: Eminem, Beyonce are top contenders

Who do you think will win the six professional categories at the MTV Video Music Awards? Videos by Beyonce, Eminem, and DJ Snake lead the way, but are they the frontrunners? Start making your predictions below, and to size up the rest of this year's Vma races, click here. -Break- MTV Video Music Awards: Complete list of nominations Most categories at the VMAs are decided by fans, who vote for winners online, but that's not the case for these six races, where music industry professionals pick the winners. The categories are: Direction, Art Direction, Choreography, Cinematography, Editing, and Visual Effects. Eminem and Beyonce both have videos represented in four of those categories. Eminem's "The Monster" (featuring Rihanna) is nominated for Best Direction; it's helmed by Rich Lee, who was previously nominated for Eminem's "Not Afraid" in 2010. Lee has another nomination this year, for Visual Effects for...'
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Cheryl Cole announces new single 'Call My Name'

Cheryl Cole announces new single 'Call My Name'
Cheryl Cole has announced details of her new single. The track is called 'Call My Name' and will premiere on BBC Radio 1 on April 20, according to Perez Hilton. The song, which serves as the lead single from Cole's third studio album, is written and produced by Alex da Kid, who has previously produced 'Love the Way You Lie' for Eminem and Rihanna, and B.o.B's 'Airplanes'. Cole is currently shooting the video for 'Call My Name', which is described as a dance track, in Los Angeles. The clip is being directed by Rich Lee and apparently being shot in the same location that Britney (more)
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will.i.am And Jennifer Lopez Glow In The Dark At AMAs

Mick Jagger also appeared via video screen for debut performance of 'T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever.)'

By James Dinh

will.i.am performs at the 2011 AMAs

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Sunday night's (November 20) 2011 American Music Awards were full of onstage collaborations, and one of the most entertaining was will.i.am, Jennifer Lopez and Mick Jagger's debut performance of "T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever)."

In between two life-size stereos, Jenny from the Block kicked off the bass-heavy number with the song's chorus line: "You can go hard or you can go home." Shortly into the performance, you could tell this hitmaking crew clearly went hard. Utilizing the pitch-black Nokia Theatre and performance group Fighting Gravity's lit-up ensembles, will.i.am delivered a complete glow-in-the-dark performance that included floating dancers, a headless will and even a blink-and-you'll-miss-it disappearing act.

Lopez played up her part as featured guest, and
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will.i.am releases solo single 'T.H.E (The Hardest Ever)'

Black Eyed Peas. will.i.am is set to release his first solo single .T.H.E (The Hardest Ever),. which features Mick Jagger and Jennifer Lopez, on November 20th. The single will be available on iTunes following a performance by will.i.am with Lopez on the American Music Awards. The single is the first release from will.i.am.s upcoming solo album, .#willpower. . which is expected in 2012 on the Interscope Records label. A video for the song, directed by Rich Lee and shot in Los Angeles and London, will be released later this month. A seven-time Grammy Award-winner, will.i.am is known not only for his work with The Black Eyed Peas, who have sold 31 million albums and 58 million singles
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Eminem And Bruno Mars Rise Up In New 'Lighters' Video

Em and Royce Da 5'9" emerge from the darkness and find enlightenment in the new clip.

By James Montgomery

Eminem

Photo: Michael Caulfield/WireImage

Given its general grittiness (and the fact that it's called Hell: The Sequel), Eminem and Royce Da 5'9" 's Bad Meets Evil album seems like the last place you'd ever find Bruno Mars. And yet, the pompadour-powered crooner shows up to sing the hook on "Lighters" (he also produced the track with his Smeezingtons cohorts), a decidedly upbeat ballad that provides a brief respite from the blood-and-guts boasts that Em and Royce pack on the disc.

And sure, the track feels out of place because of that fact, but that hasn't stopped it from becoming a rather sizeable Billboard hit. So it makes sense that there'd be an accompanying video that matches its uplift ethos every step of the way. And now, that video, directed by
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Nicole Scherzinger releases second single "Don't Hold Your Breath"

Former Pussycat Dolls lead singer Nicole Scherzinger has released the second single, .Don.t Hold Your Breath,. from her upcoming solo album .Killer Love. . which is scheduled to arrive in November through Interscope Records. The single was was written by Josh Alexander, Billy Steinberg, and Toby Gad and is already a huge hit in the U.K. The song became Nicole.s first record to debut at the #1 spot on the UK National Chart, and also hit #1 on both the Combined Singles Chart and Digital Download Chart. The video, directed by Rich Lee (Black Eyed Peas, Eminem), has racked up more than 18 million views on Vevo. With the album.s release approaching, the singer readying herself for
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Eminem, Royce Da 5'9" 'Lighters' Video Coming 'Very Soon'

Bruno Mars calls clip for Bad Meets Evil single 'very beautiful.'

By Jocelyn Vena

Bruno Mars

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Bruno Mars was enlisted by Eminem and Royce Da 5'9" for their Bad Meets Evil Hell: The Sequel track "Lighters". The sweeping, inspirational track mixes Em's penchant for spitting fire, Royce's keen pop-culture eye and Bruno's smooth pop sensibility.

The trio was spotted shooting the song's video at the tail-end of July. When MTV News caught up with Vma nominee Mars this week, he shared that the Rich Lee-directed clip will certainly leave fans as inspired as the song does. "We shot the video ... that should be coming out very, very soon," he said. "But that's their baby, so I'm not going to blow the lid."

Instead of revealing any actual video details, Mars decided to show off his comedic side about what he is doing in the video.
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Eminem and Bruno Mars Filming Bad Meets Evil's 'Lighters' Video

It seems that Eminem and Royce Da 5'9" have decided to release Bruno Mars-assisted track "Lighters" as the next Bad Meets Evil single. As an effort to support the song, a music video has already been filmed and is expected to premiere sometime soon.

The Slim Shady and Royce filmed the clip in Los Angeles with director Rich Lee ("Not Afraid"). In a picture taken from the set, it's seen the two rappers will share screen with their featured guest Bruno. The threesome are snapped striking a pose together wearing casual attires.

In related news, Eminem and Bruno Mars receive multiple nods at this year's nominations of MTV Video Music Awards. The "Love the Way You Lie" hitmaker grabs four noms, while the "Grenade" crooner follows closely with three. In one of the categories, they bump into each other, vying for Best Male Video along with Cee-Lo, Kanye West and Kid Cudi.
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Jason Derulo Keeps the Party Going in 'Don't Wanna Go Home' Video

Jason Derulo gets wild in a newly-released music video for his new single "Don't Wanna Go Home". The "Whatcha Say" hitmaker throws a never-ending party which includes a lot of dancing, flipping and writhing as people in the room are reluctant to call it a night.

To MTV, Jason said the video is about "these creatures who can't get enough of this amazing party." Writing the treatment with Rich Lee, the singer/songwriter who recently won big at Bmi Pop Music Awards elaborated his statement, "Basically, it's not about going to the club, it's about never leaving the club."

"I'm very hands-on with everything that I do, and I wrote 'Don't Wanna Go Home,' and I wanted to write a video right after I finished doing the song 'cause I actually saw it [in my mind], what this video is about," he added. "But it's not a club - it's a warehouse and we live here.
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Jason Derulo Throws Never-Ending Party In 'Don't Wanna Go Home' Video

'It's not about going to the club, it's about never leaving the club,' Derülo says of clip.

By MTV News staff

Jason Derülo in his video for "Don't Wanna Go Home"

Photo: Warner Bros.

Jason Derülo and his fellow clubgoers are at once exhausted from a party the night before and pumped to party it up even more in the Rich Lee-directed video for "Don't Wanna Go Home," which premiered on Wednesday (May 25).

Staged in a warehouse, Derülo's video feels like it could have easily starred Ke$ha, J.Lo or Britney Spears thanks to its dance sequences, rain and lasers. The video closes out with Derülo and his dancers still enjoying their never-ending party. One line in the song declares, "Daylight come and we don't wanna go home," a play on "The Banana Boat Song" made famous by Harry Belafonte.

The video features "these creatures who can't
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Jason Derulo Says 'Don't Wanna Go Home' Video Is About Escape

Singer tells MTV News the party never ends in upcoming Rich Lee-directed clip.

By Jocelyn Vena, with reporting by Matt Elias

Jason Derülo on the set of "Don't Wanna Go Home"

Photo: MTV News

Much like Britney Spears, when it comes to videos, Jason Derülo is a proud member of the people-who-love-to-dance club. In the video for his new single, "Don't Wanna Go Home," Derülo throws a mega-dance party. We visited the set of the Rich Lee-directed clip where the singer told us he wants fans to feel as if they've been invited to his underground dance fiesta.

"I'm very hands on with everything that I do, and I wrote 'Don't Wanna Go Home,' and I wanted to write a video right after I finished doing the song 'cause I actually saw it [in my mind], what this video is about," Derülo told us. "Basically, [it's] not about going to the club,
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Willow Smith Runs With Wolves in '21st Century Girl' Video Debut

Willow Smith debuts a cinematic music video for her second single "21st Century Girl". The 10-year-old Roc Nation artist is raised from under the ground and pulls an entire city out of the desert sand. She parades around the city with a bunch of friends, runs with the wolves and breaks into a spontaneous outburst of dancing on the streets.

"21st Century Girl" is released to follow up Willow's chart-busting debut single "Whip My Hair", and will be listed in her upcoming first studio album. "It's about girls who can be themselves. They're walking toward their goal. They're thriving to be the best, 'cause you know that you can do it," she said in a behind-the-scene clip.

Its music video is directed by Rich Lee, and inspired by "vintage Versace, borrowing shapes from Marie Antoinette with very current pops of color." Her stylist Brea Stinson told Rap-Up, "The overall video
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'21st Century Girl' Video: Willow Smith Dances With Wolves

Willow Smith debuts a cinematic music video for her second single "21st Century Girl". The 10-year-old Roc Nation artist is raised from under the ground and pulls an entire city out of the desert sand. She parades around the city with a bunch of friends, runs with the wolves and breaks into a spontaneous outburst of dancing on the streets.

"21st Century Girl" is released to follow up Willow's chart-busting debut single "Whip My Hair", and will be listed in her upcoming first studio album. "It's about girls who can be themselves. They're walking toward their goal. They're thriving to be the best, 'cause you know that you can do it," she said in a behind-the-scene clip.

Its music video is directed by Rich Lee, and inspired by "vintage Versace, borrowing shapes from Marie Antoinette with very current pops of color." Her stylist Brea Stinson told Rap-Up, "The overall video
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Willow Smith's '21st Century Girl' Video Premieres

Video features the star singing girl-power song in the desert and the city.

By Jocelyn Vena

Willow Smith

An old woman (played by Cicely Tyson) walks in the desert, mumbling to herself when she comes across bone fragments. As she digs her way through the sand, she finds various objects. The sand begins to rumble and out comes a hooded Willow Smith. The woman whispers something in her ear and disappears. Taking a look around, Willow grabs some dirt and a butterfly emerges out of nothing.

Thus begins the video for "21st Century Girl." Looking fierce in a red and yellow outfit, Smith shows some swagga as she runs through the desert, singing the girl-power song, pulling guitars from the sand with wolves and other precocious kids at her side.

Her crew pulls remnants from the 21st century out of the sand. Among the bikes and skateboards is a metropolis,
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Premiere: Willow Smith's '21st Century Girl' Music Video!

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Willow Smith is following up her hit " Whip My Hair " with a brand new music video for her second single " 21st Century Girl " -- where the 10-year-old singer holds a desert dance party! The video, shot by Rich Lee and featuring Cicely Tyson , debuted today on Vevo ahead of its TV premiere tonight on "106 and Park." Check out the full video above -- and some behind-the-scenes pics from the shoot below! Read more
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Willow Smith's '21st Century Girl' Video Premieres

Video features the star singing girl-power song in the desert and the city.

By Jocelyn Vena

Willow Smith

Photo: Getty Images

An old woman (played by Cicely Tyson) walks in the desert, mumbling to herself when she comes across bone fragments. As she digs her way through the sand, she finds various objects. The sand begins to rumble and out comes a hooded Willow Smith. The woman whispers something in her ear and disappears. Taking a look around, Willow grabs some dirt and a butterfly emerges out of nothing.

Thus begins the video for "21st Century Girl." Looking fierce in a red and yellow outfit, Smith shows some swagga as she runs through the desert, singing the girl-power song, pulling guitars from the sand with wolves and other precocious kids at her side.

Her crew pulls remnants from the 21st century out of the sand. Among the bikes and skateboards is a metropolis,
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