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New videos: Chris Brown, Jennifer Lopez and Swizz Beatz

Chris Brown attends the curtain call on the

Chris Brown attends the curtain call on the opening night of "Rain - A Tribute To The Beatles" at Neil Simon Theatre in Manhattan. (Oct. 26, 2010) Photo Credit: Getty Images

Jennifer Lopez dropped the video for the second single “I’m Into You,” off of her new album “Love?” that drops Tuesday. The track features rapper Lil Wayne and is certification that J-Lo is back.

The video is as tropical as it is high fashion, with Lopez gallivanting on the beach with her love interest and shots of the pop diva looking very queen-like while standing on a pyramid.

Lopez goes back to her dance roots with a hot routine where she shakes her most noted asset. Lil Wayne isn't in the video, but his lyrics add that extra punch and urban flavor that makes the song pop.

Check out the video below.

Chris Brown tapped into his “biggest inspiration of all time” -- Michael Jackson -- for the video for his single “She Ain't You.” The song is off of his latest album, “F.A.M.E,” and features a sample of Jackson’s “Human Nature.”

The video is reminiscent of Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal,” with Breezy dressed in a white tuxedo and showcasing some of his best moves, including Jackson’s famous pelvic thrust.

Check out the video below and see whether Brown did Jackson’s song and memory justice.

 

 

It's showtime, and Swizz Beatz is hitting us hard with the video for the single “Everyday (Coolin')” off of his upcoming album, “Haute Living.” The track features rapper Eve. When these two get together, the final product is always pure fire.

The video, shot in black and white, features amazing visual effects. Swizzy is joined by dancers who display some fancy footwork as they have a mini-dance off to the hot track.

Swizz is known for making bangers that you can party to -- and this track is no different.

Check it out below and let us know what you think.

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