While 2020 didn’t have a colourful beginning, musicians started the year on a strong note. Almost half a year down the line, the likes of Bad Bunny, Lady Gaga and Beyonce are making us dance to happy moments. Others like Phoebe Bridgers and Soccer Mommy are holding us during melancholy. As such, there’s a new record out there that will match whichever mood you’re in. Here are the best new music videos you can watch as you redeem the WSOP promo code to play the very best poker games online.
Rain on Me – Ariana Grande & Lady Gaga
“Rain on Me” comes out as the most anticipated pop collaboration since Arana Grande’s duet with Justin Bieber. The song is the second single in Lady Gaga’s upcoming album called Chromatica. Lady Gaga has called this song a celebration of all her tears, claiming that rain also doubles as a metaphor for the alcohol she took to numb her pain.
The song’s video was directed by legendary filmmaker Robert Rodriguez, who is known for his excellent work in 2013 movie, Machete Kills. This video features the two pop stars as mirror reflections of one another in a rain-soaked urban landscape, with Gaga even donning Ariana’s signature ponytail.
Blinding Lights – The Weekend
In his new video, “Blinding Lights”, the Weeknd chases some extreme highs that leave him with a bloody face. The video was created with Anton Tammi as the man at the helm, featuring the Weeknd as a lizard-like fellow who closely resembles Jazz legend, Herbie Hancock.
The video starts with the singer laughing as he drips blood down his face, before going back in time to help you understand the mayhem that brought him to this gruesome end. Throughout the video, you can see the pop star dancing in the streets and speeding in a deserted city.
Physical – Dua Lipa
Between the new sounds from the Weeknd, Lady Gaga and now Dua Lipa, it feels like the 80s are back again. With “Physical”, Dua Lipa isn’t afraid of experimenting with a mainstream pop sound, and the accompanying video rocks punchy, bright looks. This high-energy track makes you want to dance, just like Dua Lipa does throughout the video.
Garden Song – Phoebe Bridgers
In her first solo song since the release of her 2017 debut album, Phoebe Bridgers sends us into a dreamlike state with her gentle vocals and signature narrative style song about her recurring nightmares and her hometown. The peaceful guitar-led melody is paired with spine-tingling imagery in a simple video that takes place in her bedroom, where she’s seen smoking a pot.