Kygo and Selena Gomez drop the emotional music video for ‘It Ain’t Me’

It’s been a long time coming, but finally Kygo and Selena Gomez have dropped their music video for ‘It Ain’t Me’, which was released back in February.

Kygo announced the release of the music video on Twitter earlier today.

Neither Kygo or Selena appear in the music video, however it a truly emotional and traumatic video!

The music video features a couple who have a motorbike accident, leaving the boyfriend seriously ill in hospital. As he is left hooked up to all the monitors his girlfriend keeps a vigil at his bedside.

However, while the couple are recovering in the hospital, it seems there is an alternate reality with the pair walking through a tunnel, ending up on a forest lit by small lights.

 

You can listen to ‘It Ain’t Me’ by Kygo and Selena Gomez throughout the day.

Pink makes comeback on Stargate’s track with Sia, ‘Waterfall’

The music video for Pink and Sia’s long-awaited collaboration ‘Waterfall’ has finally been released, and it’s pretty incredible.

The two talented ladies have teamed up with songwriting duo Stargate for the catchy track, which has a video starring a couple of hugely talented aerial acrobats spinning upside-down and doing some impressive splits and dancing.

Stargate – made up of Mikkel Storeleer Erikson and Tor Erik Hermansen – have written a massive 11 UK number one singles between them, including Beyoncé’s ‘Irreplaceable’ and Rihanna’s hits ‘Don’t Stop the Music’ and ‘Diamonds’.

They also scored number ones with Billie Piper, Blue and Hear’Say, which is just the best in ’90s nostalgia.

Outside of music, Sia has been making her feelings very clear about President Trump and his immigration ban.

The singer recently pledged to match donations to the American Civil Liberties Union of up to $100,000 to “stand up to Trump” following his ban, which is very generous of her.

“Help our queer & immigrant friends,” she said on Twitter. “Send me your donation receipts for the @aclu & I will match up to $100K. #RESIST.”

And if the above video has reminded you how much you like Pink, you should know she’s returning to the UK in the summer as a headliner for V Festival alongside Jay-Z – her first time in 10 years on the stage.