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Ostensibly this is a DJ Khaled video in which Rihanna is one of the featured artists. But as Tony Antoniades, writer of the currently most thumbed-up comment on YouTube, puts it: "This should just be Rihanna ft. The others".
Could be the best Rihanna video ever.
Mike Dempsey and Manchester Orchestra continue their collaboration under the watchful eyes of DANIELS with this study in melancholy played out in reverse.
Olly Murs serves up another winner, playing a love match with a difference with Louisa Johnson in Marc Klasfield's thoroughly entertaining video for Unpredictable - well-timed to align with the annual spike in the British public's interest in tennis.
The Mushroom King spreads his spores in Karni & Saul's tender clip for Nacho Scola.
Roman Laurent takes us on a voyage of sexual discovery across the cosmos in this wickedly inventive, sexually-charged promo for Their Names.
Peter and Nick Simonite's video for Whitney's cover of You've Got A Woman is a story of a tangled love affair set in the American West.
Niall Trask presents us with a scrappy little no-budget romance for Meatraffle.
Two travelcards and a can of Fosters were all he needed for his performance/narrative surrealist black and white clip, that manages to tell a tale of platonic love between bandmates, even though the members of Meatraffle don't seem to be able to get together for band practice.
Doomsday is upon us in Simon Ryninks' video for Johnny Flynn. But unfortunately, not everyone agrees.
It's two tales as different as day and night in Colin Read's gripping video for Radiohead's Man of War.
Drawing inspiration from the early rave days and grainy VHS videos, Taichi Kimura's video for Sub Focus follows a group of friends as they head out to an underground warehouse party. The video takes the viewer back to the era that influenced both artists’ careers and style.