New music videos of the week: Gorillaz, OK Go, Shakira

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Among new videos to come out in the past week is Gorillaz's "Stylo," which brings back the act's legendary cartoon band. Other highlights: OK Go follows up its famous "treadmill video," and Shakira releases a steamy clip featuring Spanish tennis pro Rafael Nadal.

Gorillaz: "Stylo"
Gorillaz, Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett's collaboration with a revolving roster of guest musicians, is due to release Plastic Beach on March 8. This Mad Max-themed video for "Stylo," the first single off that album, was released March 1. The video features Bruce Willis and the Gorillaz's recurring cartoon band.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9vAOzYz-Qs

OK Go: "This Too Shall Pass"
The band famous for its 2006 treadmill routine video, "Here it Goes Again," is back with another complex video endeavor. For "This Too Shall Pass," off the band's album Of the Blue Colour of the Sky, the band teamed up with engineers from Synn Labs (which works with NASA) to construct a two-storey-high Rube Goldberg Machine. The video was released March 1.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qybUFnY7Y8w

Shakira: "Gypsy"
Colombian pop star Shakira co-stars with Spanish tennis pro Rafael Nadal in the video for "Gypsy," from her She Wolf album. Nadal plays Shakira's love interest in the clip, which was shot in Barcelona and posted on Shakira's website on March 1.
http://shakira.com/videos/player/582

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