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Here Are Four New Music Videos To Help You Get Your Weekend Started

Celina

Fri, November, 27 by

adventureofalifetime

Happy Fri-yay! Get your weekend started right by getting down to these four new music videos. Check’em out below!

Coldplay’s Adventure Of A Lifetime

Coldplay become hairy chimps in their new video for the first single off A Head Full Of Dreams. The upcoming December 4 release could be their last, so they’re not monkeying around with this one. The video used digital motion capturing (the same technology used to make movies like King Kong and Lord Of The Rings) and took about six months to complete.

M.I.A.’s Borders

Borders approaches the refugee crisis in a way that only MIA could: A statement from her label describes her last two releases, Swords and Borders, as “a truly global and characteristically DIY MIA project. The two pieces will ultimately come together in a larger body of work that explores the concept of Borders, an element of which will be a full-length album and film experience entitled Matahdatah.”

Santigold’s Who Be Lovin’ Me ft. ILOVEMAKONNEN

This chill track was produced by Toronto duo Zeds Dead. This is a track to cruise around in—just like Santigold and ILOVEMAKONNEN do in the accompanying video. Who Be Lovin Me is a festival video diary, comeplete with footage of selfies with fans, backstage access and an Earl Sweatshirt cameo.

Chris Brown’s Fine By Me

Just weeks before the release of his album Royalty, Chris Brown’s released a new track, Fine By Me, and a day later, dropped the accompanying video. The action-packed video features Brown combating with several opponents in a futuristic room. The video looks like a scene from a fighting game like Tekken or Street Fighter.