New music videos of the week: The Roots, Aguilera, Eels, Ne-Yo

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This week's new clips include something for everyone, from Neon Indian's stop-motion spider to The Roots' post-apocalyptic march, from Nicki Minaj's amorous samurai to The Pretty Reckless's messy gothic feast. Also: clips from Christina Aguilera, Eels, El Guincho, Neo-Yo, Robyn, and TI.

Chistina Aguilera: "You Lost Me"
A clip for Aguilera's latest single from new album Bionic.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_QpdhEcmBo&feature=avmsc2

Eels: "Spectacular Girl"
The track is off the American rock band's forthcoming album, Tomorrow Morning, due out August 24.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IjbYBHhCC0

El Guincho: "Hindou"
A nostalgic, pirate-inspired clip for the Spanish musician/producer's recent EP Piratas de Sudamérica.
http://video.aol.com/aolvideo/AOL Music/hindou/111959614001

Nicki Minaj: "Your Love"
Minaj is a glamorous samurai in her video for hit single "Your Love," which samples Annie Lennox's "No More I Love You."
http://www.mtv.com/videos/nicki-minaj/539759/your-love.jhtml

Neon Indian: "6669 (I Don't Know If You Know)"
Those with extreme arachnophobia may want to opt out of this clever stop-motion clip from Neon Indian, for a track from 2009 album Psychic Chasms.
http://pitchfork.com/tv/#/musicvideo/6906-neon-indian-6669-i-dont-know-if-you-know-lefse

Ne-Yo: "Beautiful Monster," "Champagne Life"
POP/R&B singer Ne-Yo released two new clips for upcoming album Libra Scale, due out in September.
http://www.youtube.com/user/NeYoVEVO

The Pretty Reckless: "Miss Nothing"
Taylor Momsen from Gossip Girl conjures up 1990s rock vixens in a video for her band's catchy new single "Miss Nothing," from debut album Light Me Up (due August 31).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFlHsKExcYg

Robyn: "Hang With Me"
A clip for "Hang With Me," the first single off the Swedish pop singer-songwriter's Body Talk Pt. 2, which is due out in September.
http://vimeo.com/13643546

The Roots featuring John Legend: "The Fire"
This video for "The Fire," from The Roots' How I Got Over, is directed by Rik Cordero. The narrative clip, says Cordero, "chronicles a post-apocalyptic death march set in 1945 during the final stages of World War II in Europe."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n94URvpQOAc

TI featuring Keri Hilson: "Got Your Back"
"Got Your Back" is from the American rapper's seventh studio album King Uncaged.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk2yOxTuLck

 

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