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Do you believe in love at first sight? One minute, you’re walking down the street, the next, you’re completely taken aback by a beautiful stranger. Most of these encounters come and go without a second thought, but some of those faces stick with us through the night, haunting with the possibility of something more.

Robin Schulz’s latest, “Speechless,” is a bright and bubbly ode to such encounters. Singer Erika Sirola brings those powerful moments to life, weaving the details of sudden romance with charm.

The music video really shines, too, as it tells the story of one man’s tireless effort to catch a woman’s attention. Shot in a street food restaurant in Mumbai, India, our hapless hero even breaks into synchronized Bollywood-style dance, but will it do him any good? It’s colorful and adorable. You’re sure to break into a few audible chuckles.

“Speechless” is a warm and fuzzy house-pop tune that goes down smooth and easy. Look out for Schulz as he plays both a customer and the head chef in the video below. This article originally appeared in Billboard.

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After having conquered the classic Viral on Spotify worldwide with the summer hit “Bella Ciao (Remix)”, HUGEL presents another remix of one of El Profesor’s most important productions. The French DJ and Producer has reached the Billboard charts and his last remix follows the precedents for Tiesto, Post Malone, Preme, Dzeko and others.

“Ce Soir?” Is based on Lady Marmalade, a song originally written in the 70s that has been the subject of numerous successful international releases, with a talent for turning classics into lethal weapons for the world of clubs and festival, HUGEL has this goal also with “Ce Soir?”.

Starting from the beautiful voice of Laura White With a vibrant, the remix develops with a fast clap before leaving room for the bass line of the style of HUGEL. The new production arrives at the height of a summer full of events for the “viral” artist. 2018 was an exceptional year for HUGEL, with “Bella Ciao” which has accumulated over 100 million streaming plays and the summit on iTunes in Germany and Belgium among the many countries in the world that have danced with this remix. This article originally appeared in EarOne.

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David Guetta, Bebe Rexha and J Balvin unveiled a vibrant new video for their collaboration “Say My Name,” which appears on the French DJ/producer’s latest album, 7.

Hannah Lux Davis directed the video for “Say My Name,” which boasts a tropical vibe and vivid color palette. The clip is interspersed with shots of jungle flowers and animals, crafting a unique visual complement to the scenes of Guetta, Rexha and Balvin performing the track on a neon-lit dance floor filled with ravers in eye-popping outfits.

“Say My Name” marks the latest in a string of visuals for 7‘s numerous singles. Guetta has also shared clips for “Don’t Leave Me Alone,” featuring Anne-Marie, “Flames,” featuring Sia and “2U,” featuring Justin Bieber.

Guetta released 7 in September, marking his seventh LP and first since 2014’s. The double-record features an array of collaborations with artists including Nicki Minaj, Jason Derulo, Willy William, G-Eazy, Charli XCX and Lil Uzi Vert. This article originally appeared in RollingStone.

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Steve Aoki released his latest team-up with Korean septet BTS “Waste It On Me” on Oct. 25, with the song going on to become a huge success, landing at No. 89 on the Hot 100. On Monday (Nov. 19), Aoki shared the star-studded music video for the track.

Full of Asian-American representation, the music video stars Ken Jeong, who recently appeared in Crazy Rich Asians, as a waiter pining for actress Devon Aoki, sister of Steve, as he sings his request for her to “Waste It On Me.”

The lip-synch-focused clip also features Crazy Rich Asians’ Jimmy O. Yang, Ross Butler of 13 Reasons Why, Jamie Chung, currently appearing in Fox’s The Gifted, Westworld’s Leonardo Nam, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Vincent Rodriguez III, and many others.

“Waste It On Me” is featured on Aoki’s Neon Future III album, which was released on Nov. 9. It’s the first all-English track released under BTS’ name, and features vocals from Jungkook and RM and marks the third BTS/Aoki collaboration. “Waste It On Me” debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 89 on the chart dated Nov. 10, after previously debuting on the Hot Electronic/Dance Songs chart, dated Nov. 3, at No. 11. This article originally appeared in Billboard.

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The real world sucks. Let’s sell the kids a fantasy, and nothing says “everything you ever asked for” like Ellie Goulding and Swae Lee finessin’ heavy in lush palace gardens, draped in expensive looks.

We don’t need a visual to groove to the pair’s “Close to Me.” Diplo collaborated on the beat, though he doesn’t appear in the video, which is only a little strange since he’s doing the whole professional model thing now. Honestly, who needs him when Goulding and Lee are looking like swagged-out royalty? We want to run through gorgeous architecture while the wind blows in our designer sleeves, too.

“Close To Me” is seemingly the beginning of a string of songs to come from the UK singer. She tweeted back in September that a fourth album may be imminent. Is this the lead single of our dreams? It’s certainly the look of them. Watch “Close To Me” below. This article originally appeared in Billboard.

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Remember the scene in Legally Blonde where Elle Woods, fresh off being dumped by dumb Warner, wallows in bed while scarfing chocolates? That’s basically where Sabrina Carpenter’s new “Sue Me” video picks up, complete with an all-pink color scheme and a tiny dog (only this time, it’s a black pug instead of Elle’s trusty chihuahua, Bruiser).

The Legally Blonde influence seeps into the entirety of Sabrina’s playful vid, following the singer as she snaps out of her pity party (thanks in part to BFF Joey King), decks herself out in hot pink threads, and heads to a college campus to plot her domination. There’s even a scene in a pool reminiscent of Elle’s classic Harvard admission tape, and in an undeniably meta twist for a song called “Sue Me,” Sabrina’s newfound confidence eventually takes her to a literal courtroom.

There’s no dramatic revelations about pool boys and perms, but there’s plenty of swagger as Sabrina belts the bubbly hook: “So sue me for looking too pretty tonight / Wearing your favorite color under the lights / For moving on, doing everything right.” This article originally appeared in MTV

Music video by Sabrina Carpenter performing Sue Me. © 2018 Hollywood Records, Inc.

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Perhaps not satisfied with the Sasha Lane–starring Spotify visual for “Call Out My Name,” the Weeknd has released new music video for the My Dear Melancholy track. The vibe is still quite … melancholic: Abel Tesfaye walks alone down deserted streets or on deserted stages or in the deserted wilderness. Eventually, a creature with a woman’s body and a hawk’s beak delivers us through an Annihilation-style shimmer. It’s nothing particularly spectacular, but a fitting visual for Melancholy’s saddest breakup song. A highlight: the bats that, rather inexplicably, fly out of the Weeknd’s mouth

Call Out My Name (Official Video)
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Directed by Grant Singer

PRODUCER – Saul Germaine
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER – Nina Soriano
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DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY – Alexis Zabe
PRODUCTION DESIGNER – Page Buckner
EDITOR – Nate Gross for Exile Edit
COLORIST – Simon Bourne for Framestore
VFX – The Mill
VFX SUPERVISOR – David Lawson
VFX CREATIVE DIRECTOR – Becky Porter
2D LEAD ARTIST – Jason Bergman
3D LEAD ARTIST – David Lawson
AUDIO MIXER – Adam Primack for Lime Studios

Music video by The Weeknd performing Call Out My Name. © 2018 The Weeknd XO, Inc., Manufactured and Marketed by Republic Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.