‘Ghost Town’ by Adam Lambert
In the new music video for Adam Lambert‘s latest single, the former American Idol contestant keeps things moody, sexy, and in black and white as a slew of different dancers are featured in different scenarios which are mixed in with close-ups of Lambert. Watch the Hype Williams directed clip above and get ready for Adam’s new album The Original High, which drops June 16th.
‘Good For Us’ by Wiz Khalifa
In an effort to publicly display his affection for “rapping in New York,” Wiz Khalifa samples the instrumentals and chorus of Marvin Gaye‘s Sexual Healing to remind us that he still has the number one single in the country with Charlie Puth, See You Again. He also hobnob’s with Snoop Dogg and plugs the Apple Watch. Watch the Dan Folger directed clip above.
‘Calypso’ by D∆WN
In an effort to reestablish herself as D∆WN versus Dawn Richard, the former Danity Kane member has released a new visual for a song titled Calypso. The collaboration with GIF artist Kytten Janae features the singer going through a digital rebirth in a “3D Utopia.” Watch the trippy clip above.
‘4th Street’ by Sevyn Streeter
Sevyn Streeter is an R&B songstress with enough clout to have singles with Chris Brown, YG and Kid Ink, plus a personal feature on the Furious 7 soundtrack. Regardless, she’s never forgotten where she started from. In the charmingly personal new visual for new single 4th Street, Sevyn gets her actual IRL friends and family involved to give fans a personal peek at the people that made Streeter who she is today. The track will be featured on her debut studio album named The Verge, coming later this year. Watch the heart-warming clip above.