A plethora of video premieres this week runs the gamut from rap to pop to indie rock. Among the highlights now available internationally: Diddy - Dirty Money with "Hello Good Morning," Stone Temple Pilots' "Behind the Lines," Ke$ha's "Your Love is My Drug," and offerings from The National, Tom Petty, Drake, and Trent Reznor's new project.
Diddy - Dirty Money ft. Rick Ross & T.I.: "Hello Good Morning"
This frenzied video featuring fast cars, club scenes, and helicopters is part of Diddy's upcoming album Last Train To Paris, due out June 29.
Drake: "Find Your Love"
Canadian rapper Drake gets double-crossed in this Jamaica-set video for his latest single off debut album Thank Me Later.
Here We Go Magic: "Collector"
A hazily colored clip for the Brooklyn indie rock band's first single off second album Pigeons, due out June 8.
How to Destroy Angels: "The Space in Between"
A dark, nightmarish clip from Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor and his wife, Mariqueen Maandig, for the duo's forthcoming debut EP.
Ke$ha: "Your Love is My Drug"
Pop star Ke$ha wanders a psychedelic desert in this Yellow Submarine-inspired clip, featuring a track off her debut 2009 album Animal.
Local Natives: "World News"
Sunny and often trippy beach scenes are depicted in this clip, featuring a track off the Los Angeles indie band's debut album Gorilla Manor.
Minus the Bear: "My Time"
Rainbow colors and dance moves prevail in the Seattle math rock band's video in support of its fourth full-length album, Omni, which was released May 4.
The National: "Bloodbuzz Ohio"
Matt Berninger sports suits and trench coats in this black-and-white clip for the first single of the Brooklyn indie rock band's much-hyped album High Violet.
Stone Temple Pilots: "Behind the Lines"
Sex, drugs, and rock & roll all get airtime in this clip from alternative rock band STP, reunited and set to release a self-titled album on May 25.
Tom Petty: "I Should Have Known It"
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have released this clip for forthcoming album Mojo, Petty's first release with the band in more than eight years.
Alicia Keys and Chad Michael Murray are star-crossed lovers in Keys's clip for "Un-Thinkable (I'm Ready), as yet only available in the US. Look for it soon on YouTube.Reuse content