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EDM Videos Of The Week: Sick Individuals, Starkillers, Bingo Players

Press play on these dance music videos that caught our eyes and ears this week:

Thomas Gold ‘Remember’ (feat. Kaelyn Behr)
An elevator that transports you the latest dance music festival – sign us up! Strap yourself in for the latest m/v by Thomas Gold which promises to bringing bumpin’ beats and hip-swayin’ synths in one incredible adventure. Own it.

Sick Individuals ‘Lights Of Neon (Teaser)’
Dutch duo on the rise Sick Individuals introduce their next single through a teaser video featuring a ‘raved’ performance. Watch/listen below and be sure to check out our ‘sick’ interview with the guys by clicking here. Own “Lights of Neon” on November 22 when it drops via OneLove Recordings.

Danny Howard And Paul Oakenfold “Are You Ready For Love” (feat. Spitfire)
Working with dance legend Paul Oakenfold, Danny Howard has come to create one of the season’s hottest hits-in-the-making, “Are You Ready For Love.” And if that was enough, he’ll also be hosting his own weekly radio show on Sirius XM starting November 28. Look out for a free download of “Are You Ready For Love” November 25 via Danny’s Facebook.

Starkillers At Boston's Cosmic Run
If you haven't heard of the phenomenon known as Cosmic Run, now's the time. Imagine the EDM beats that keep your heart racing on the treadmill played live as you run through a neon-lit path. Watch as Starkillers performs at Boston's Cosmic Run last month, with two more performances set for SanFran (November 23) and Phoenix (December 16). Check out the full Starkillers tour schedule by clicking here.

Bingo Players 'Live At Roseland Ballroom'
You saw our coverage of Bingo Player's 'Rattle & Roll Tour' last month, now see the whole thing in action as BP member Maarten Hoogstraten entertains audiences with hits such as "L'Amour," "Cry Just A Little" and "Rattle" as well as Nirvanna and Martin Garrix mashups.

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Dreezy And Jacquees Rekindle Flames In "Love Someone" Video

Dreezy and Jacquees decided to reignite their relationship in the video for the love ballad titled, “Love Someone. ”

Directed by Jake Riley and John Lathan, the visual follows the breakup of several couples. Playing the role of a scorned lover, Dreezy decides to light her man’s car on fire with gasoline. Meanwhile, Jacquees reflects on losing his woman.

Dreezy spoke to Coveteur about the lovelorn record.

"‘Love Someone’ kind of fell in place on its own. I was in the studio working on tracks, and I wanted a real-life personal song that I could include,” Dreezy said. “I was drawing inspiration from past broken relationships on my verses, and Jacquees just happened to pull up to the studio and lay down the perfect hook. I didn’t even plan for him to be on it, but it spoke to my heart and the emotion I had on the song. There was a point where I almost cried listening to it back.”

The record appears on Dreezy’s Big Dreez, which was released back in January. Jacquees is slated to release his forthcoming album, King of R&B,  on Nov. 8.

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OTF's JustBlow600 Narrates The Code Of The Streets In New "SnitchK 2x" Video

Rookie rapper, and OTF rep JustBlow 600 recently released his newest campaign for the streets with "SnitchK 2x," which seems fitting considering Tekashi 6ix9ine going against the code of the concrete

JustBlow's street anthem is also accompanied with a brand new video.

Shot by Cosmic Cel, the gritty visuals mesh with the song's grimy content. With grainy VCR footage throughout the clip, the "Percy Perc" MC finds himself inside of the project hallway, while other scenes show the rapper rolling backwoods and flashing machine guns inside of a tidy apartment.

On the rap side of things, JB rips through the moody instrumental with rhymes detailing the harsh realities of the streets.

"SnitchK 2x" follows successful tracks like "GangBangin," "OC," and "Cousins."

Watch the video above.

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Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame 2020 Nominees Include Notorious B.I.G., Whitney Houston

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has announced its nominees for the class of 2020, and Christopher "The Notorious B.I.G." Wallace and Whitney Houston are among the nominees.

Among this year's 16 nominees, nine are first-time ballots: Wallace, Houston, Pat Benatar, Dave Matthews Band, The Doobie Brothers, Motörhead, Soundgarden, T. Rex, and Thin Lizzy. The other seven are attempting to land in the hall after previous tries: Rufus featuring Chaka Khan, Kraftwerk, Judas Priest, Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, MC5 and Todd Rundgren.

With the requirement of releasing your first commercial recording at least 25 years prior, Biggie has been named a nominee in his first year of eligibility. If inducted, he will be the second rapper to join the hall, after 2Pac's induction in 2017.

Ballots are distributed through a panel of more than 1,000 voters - historians, music industry insiders, and previous inductees. Fans can have an impact as well. Billboard reports that from Oct. 15 through Jan. 10, 2020 at 11:59 pm ET, fans can go to Google and search “Rock Hall Fan Vote” or any nominee’s name plus “vote” to cast a ballot with Google, vote at RockHall.com or at the Museum itself in Cleveland. The five artists who receive the most fan votes comprise a fans’ ballot that will be tallied along with the others to determine the 2020 inductees.

The class of inductees will be announced on January 2020, and the 35th annual induction ceremony will be held in the hall's home of Cleveland, Ohio on May 2, 2020.

Nominees for the hall must have released their first commercial recording 25 years before the year of the induction. The hall's website also states: "Besides demonstrating unquestionable musical excellence and talent, inductees will have had a significant impact on the development, evolution, and preservation of rock & roll."

The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductees from 2019 were Janet Jackson, Radiohead, Stevie Nicks, Roxy Music, Def Leopard, The Cure, and The Zombies.

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