Music: Must-watch MVs


Their latest four-minute production kicks off with a very prominent parental advisory caution before morphing into its black-and-white visual plot.

No surprise considering girls get topless while couples make out and others get involved in a booze fest.

Those scenes are interspersed with footage of the British four-piece band performing the song.

Quite an odd choice but creative. Just be ready for a very strong throwback vibe with a splash of modern-day wild parties.


Let's hit the gym!

Or you can just sit back and watch the athletic side of Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock onscreen in their latest clip.

Donning workout gears, the girls break some sweat while on the treadmill and exercise bikes. They play fitness instructors as they perform stretches with some gym goers, including Olympic gymnast Louis Smith and Spice Girls member Melanie C, who joins the girls for a dance session.


This sci-fi video is said to have cost an arm and leg, but it was worth every cent.

Bring on a ridiculous amount of special effects and CGI for a reggae-trap hybrid that mashes the two seemingly disparate genres.

The girls were nice at first as they crooned about losing a lover, calmly asking him to "come back home" before the tune turns 180-degrees and goes into a heavy trap beat.

Now the girls aren't so good anymore. They get seductive and demands their love to "come, baby baby, come, baby baby."

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