Meghan Trainor Releases New and Approved Cut of ‘Me Too’ Video

Yesterday (May 9) Meghan Trainor originally released the video for her latest single ‘Me Too.’  Trainor took the video down after just a few hours because she believed the video was heavily photoshopped. Her waist, which she claimed “is not that teeny,” had been trimmed down throughout the video.

On Snapchat, Trainor let her fans know that she wasn’t going to put up with that kind of treatment and said the people behind the video were going to make things right.

Today, Trainor and her team worked quickly to re-release the video today.

Trainor and this song are all about confidence. It is nice to see that she is holding those around her to a higher standard.

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Holy Flashback Batman! Fall Out Boy and Demi Lovato Filmed a Sequel to ’N Sync’s ‘It’s Gonna Be Me’

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Sixteen years after ‘N Sync dolls came to life in the video for “It’s Gonna Be Me,” Fall Out Boy explore what happens to the dollar bin toys in the video for the single “Irresistible” featuring Demi Lovato. ‘N Sync’s Chris Kirkpatrick and Joey Fatone make cameos in the clip.

‘What if in the NSYNC video for It’s Gonna Be Me there was an analog to the story?,’ explains the video’s caption. ‘Where in the same store there was a dollar bin full of toys that no one really wanted that would band together like the misfit, offbrand little outsiders they were.  ‘Irresistible is the video for that story, it’s about the toys no one ever wanted come to life.’

Interspersed between the music video’s storyline, Demi rocks out to the track alongside Fall Out Boy members Patrick Stump, 31, Pete Wentz, Andy Hurley,  and Joe Trohman.

Watch JoJo’s “Say Love” Music Video

JoJo has a new video for her second single from her tringle, a huge power ballad called “Say Love.”

JoJo  told BuzzFeed about the music video:

“For the second visual off the tringle, I wanted something to contrast our stylized warehouse from “When Love Hurts.” This song called for something open and intimate, while focusing on the tension of being with someone but not fully being on the same page. Calling out for more. The backdrop of sprawling field and tall trees reminded me of autumn in New England, my favorite time and place. I had so much fun making this video and I hope you love it like I do.”

Welcome Back Queen Adele

A few days ago, Adele announced her first album in more than four years, “25” would be release on November 20. Today, the queen dropped a new music video for “Hello,” the first single off her upcoming record.

You can find the entire track list here.

Unlike her last record 21, 25 isn’t going to be about heartbreak. “I’m making up with myself,” she wrote in a lengthy tweet Wednesday. “Making up for lost time. Making up for everything I ever did and never did. But I haven’t got time to hold onto the crumbs of my past like I used to. What’s done is done.”

Demi Lovato is “Cool for the Summer” in her Raging New Video

Demi Lovato’s highly- anticipated video for “Cool for the Summer” has arrived and Lovatics are pumped.

During her interview with Ryan Seacrest , Demi said that “Cool For The Summer” has several meanings.

“It’s very fun. It’s definitely more provocative. I just think the more you listen to it, the more things it can mean.”

“Cool For The Summer” is the first single off Lovato’s upcoming fifth studio album, due out later this year. This hot new song marks the next step of her music career, giving the singer an edgier sound.

“That’s what this album is: I’m no longer serious. I’m done with like the sob stories and the tales. New chapter, new life, new album, new single. This is a completely new Demi. There’s definitely a lot of provocative songs on the album. There’s also an element that I really wanted to bring to the music. One was the rock element. I wanted to bring back that kind of rock-pop music, but I have a lot of rhythmic flares in there as well. I don’t know! There’s so many things that I wanted to bring back. I grew up listening to soul music, and then I only listened to metal music for a while. So, I have all these influences that influenced this album and me growing up.”

Watch the rager below.