We look at the music videos that are truly worth your while
SCARFACE by JADEN SMITH
Teen hip-hop artist Jaden Smith does not do happy, upbeat rap. Also, he - unlike his Hollywood superstar father Will Smith - doesn't come with a live wire, crowd-pleasing personality.
His new MV is the best introduction to the 17-year-old if you're unfamiliar with his work.
Shot entirely in Matera, Italy, it shows Jaden walking around the city with a giant mug. Swathed in dark, mysterious vibes, it is gloomy and depressing.
But I appreciate his arty-farty tastes. Somehow, it makes him cooler than his dad.
DIRTY WORK by AUSTIN MAHONE
Those of us entrenched in the nightmare of humdrum modern office life - soul-crushing cubicles, horrible bosses - have got to thank Mahone for turning our fantasies into a colourful, zany music video.
Dirty Work sees the handsome US singer-songwriter (he sure looks good in a white shirt and tie!) combating a boring day at work by flirting with the new girl and throwing an epic dance party with his co-workers.
HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE by CALVIN HARRIS & DISCIPLES
Did sexy US model Gigi Hadid do her pop star BFF Taylor Swift a favour by starring in the new MV from the latter's boyfriend, DJ Calvin Harris?
Whatever the case, Hadid is gorgeous so it's nice to see her in almost every frame of How Deep Is Your Love.
The video, which premiered on Jay Z's music streaming service Tidal, features her wandering in a confused manner through various settings, from a motorcycle repair shop to a yacht.
At a house party, she is ogled and scrutinised as she emerges from a pool in a black bikini.