After years of having her love life plastered across magazine covers, her love songs over-analyzed by bored gossip journalists, and her dance moves mocked by, well, everyone -- Taylor Swift is revealing her method for dealing with the "players," the "haters" and the "fakers"...
Psy and Snoop Dogg
Just what you've always wanted! Psy is back with a new music video featuring Snoop Dogg.
As you might expect with a song titled "Hangover," the video features Psy and Snoop coping with the after-effects of a wild night out, including knocking down shots like dominoes and playing saxophone surrounded by beautiful women.
Beyonce surprised her fans Thursday night by releasing a new album exclusively on iTunes. The self-titled "visual album" features 14 songs and 17 music videos.
People can call Rebecca Black a lot of things, but the girl is brave.
After being ripped apart for her 2011 music video "Friday," Black has released a follow-up single, aptly titled "Saturday."
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
Nothing says true love like simulating sex on a motorcycle in front of a green screen, right? Oh, and don't forget the galloping white horses and rolling clouds over the desert.
Kanye West debuted his Kim Kardashian love-letter music video for "Bound 2" on Tuesday — and it features an apparently naked Kardashian straddling the rapper in front of cheesy nature images.
Looks like Justin Bieber is putting all those swag lessons to good use.
The pint-sized singer is featured in the newly released Juicy J and Maejor Ali video "Lolly," rapping about Netflix, Pellegrino, his overpriced necklace and other super cool things 19-year-olds care about.
Summer's over and with that ends "Blurred Lines"'s reign as the song of the season. Fortunately, we already have a great contender for the song of the fall: "The Fox" by Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis.
While Robin Thicke wondered, "What rhymes with 'hug me?'" this catchy Nordic tune isn't afraid to ask the tough questions, like, "What does the fox say?"
If you were disappointed by the lack of Jay Z at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards, don't worry: You can get your fill of Hova now that he's released the official music video for "Holy Grail."
The video for No Doubt's new single, "Looking Hot," premiered online Friday — but the band was quickly forced to take it down after some viewers claimed it was offensive to Native Americans.
The clip features singer Gwen Stefani and bassist Tony Kanal both wearing Native American headdresses and other attire. Kanal rescues Stefani from two cowboys, played by guitarist Tom Dumont and drummer Adrian Young.
Rihanna's has upset an anti-rape organization with her music video "We Found Love," which depicts a tumultuous relationship between the songstress and her co-star, Dudley O'Shaughnessy, who just so happens to look a lot like her ex, Chris Brown.