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Music Video Roundup: Bibi Bourelly, M.I.A., Blood Orange, Danny Brown, and Lady Gaga

Five clips highly authentic to each artist.

Artist // VEVO

Bibi Bourelly, "Ballin"

Turning down all of the ideas pitched by her music label, Bibi lets her new visual reflect its real-life lyrics: freshly fired from her job with rent past due, the singer relies on besties, busking, and house parties to relieve her.

M.I.A., "P.O.W.A."

The rapper hits mountainous and desolate landscapes, and the only things that appear to be moving are her wind-blowing scarf and the strict line of synchronized dancers using an impressively precise domino effect of choreography.

VeilHymn, "Hymn"

Let this clip be proof of a promising start for VeilHymn, the new duo comprised of Blood Orange and Bryndon Cook. Shot over two days in Kingston, Jamaica, the camera follows locals as they interpret the tender tune through dance.

Paul White, "Accelerator" feat. Danny Brown

Danny Brown teams up with his go-to producer to mouth the voice of a floating brain that's escaped the bandaged head of a man on a chase through London to regain control of it again.

Lady Gaga, "John Wayne"

Still surfing her Super Bowl wave, Gaga's latest visual is, literally, a wild ride through a Tarantino-esque horror-meets-Western, complete with bad boys, bottle smashing, bullet-shooting stilettos, and dance breakdowns, all under neon lights.

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