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Supreme Music Videos: Top 5 – 12/26/2016

Charts, News, Videos, Visual Jockeys | Dec 26, 2016

Supreme Music Videos: Top 5 – 12/26/2016

We’re going over the most popular music videos of the week that were made available through your account at BPM Supreme. Stream them all here!

Supreme Music Videos – 12/26/2016

1. Deadmau5 ft Grabbitz – Let Go

Last month Deadmau5 previewed his W:/2016ALBUM/ LP with a six minute long single called “Let Go” featuring vocals from Grabbitz. The track is actually 11 minutes long, but they trimmed it down for the music video, which features Deadmau5 backstage working on his EDM visuals with the production crew. It has over 9.5 million views so far.

2. Rae Sremmurd – Now That I Know

Rae Sremmurd are a little wiser and older in the music video for their latest single “Now That I Know” that has almost three million streams. Swae Lee looks very successful for a twenty something as he laments his troubles to his girlfriend in a mansion. Elsewhere on the estate his brother Slim Jxmmi rolls around in bed with a lot of music video groupies.

3. ONE OK ROCK: I Was King (Official Visualizer)

Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK are seeing success with the “Official Visualizer” of their single “I Was King” which has over two million views thus far. It is an animated video that is a spooky fairy tale about forest animals that is backed by male rock vocals in English. Ambitions by ONE OK ROCK is due out everywhere on January 13, 2017.

4. Stevie Wonder ft Ariana Grande – Faith

“Faith” was written by Stevie Wonder with a part for Ariana Grande, as the lead single for the Disney animated film Sing that debuted on December 21, 2016. The movie is about talking animals who attempt to save their historic theater by putting on the world’s greatest singing competition. The music video has just over two million views on YouTube.

5. Timmy Trumpet – Oracle

Timmy Rumpet shows off the awesome power of Australian EDM in the music video for “Oracle” garnering over a million streams on YouTube. You may remember him from his previous single “Freaks” that went viral on Spotify, reached five times platinum status in Australia and is the highest selling track of all time at Ministry of Sound Australia.

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