New Music Videos: Flo Rida and Pitbull Are Trapped In a Nightmarish World of Butt

(VEVO)Butts are having a cultural moment like never before, as evidenced by the latest music video from rappers Flo Rida and Pitbull. Thanks a lot, Florida! You are the gift that keeps on giving. There are significantly fewer butts in the latest offerings from Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Dan Croll, Avicii, and AVAN LAVA, but you should still watch them anyway.

Flo Rida, "Can't Believe It" featuring Pitbull
Most of the women on display in Flo Rida's latest video are faceless — in fact, some of them are just terrifying butt creatures:


And some of them are butt-cream cones:


And all of them are gross and embarrassing and admittedly kind of funny until you realize it is not exactly original. At least Diplo's cool about it.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., "If You Didn't See Me (Then You Weren't On the Dance Floor)"
Recover from the butt nightmare above with the latest offering from Detroit's Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., who portray expert wallflowers hiding from mustachioed cops in short shorts in their new Laban Pheidias-directed video. It'll make you smile.

Dan Croll, "IN / OUT"
My secret boyfriend Dan Croll's new music video is finally viewable in the United States. There is keytar and karaoke, so obviously he made it with me in mind.

Avicii, "Wake Me Up"
Avicii's new video was made in collaboration with Ralph Lauren's Denim & Supply line, so it's basically a long, intense clothing commercial. With a soul.

AVAN LAVA, "Tear It Down"
AVAN LAVA's new clip for "Tear It Down" is all over the place in the most wonderful way, featuring snippets of the Brooklyn band in live performance alongside clips of ribbon dancers, whimsical pop animation, and more. The James Boss-directed video was created by students from the Seoul Institute of the Arts' film arts department.
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