-- Looking for a way to kill time this weekend?
Three artists debuted new music videos recently, and each one has been garnering buzz in its own right.
Britney Spears, "Slumber Party"
Britney Spears and R&B singer Tinashe stage a sexy romp in the new video for their collaboration, “Slumber Party.”
Trading pillow fights and pizza for dance sequences and seductive looks, at one point, the two ladies caress and canoodle with each other in a smoky private room.
“We ain't gonna sleep tonight/'Cause we got them candles hanging/Hanging from the ceiling low/We use our bodies to make our own videos/Put on our music that makes us go f---ing crazy, oh/Go crazy, oh/Like a slumber party,” the two sing.
The track, which is featured on Spears' album, "Glory," is available now at all digital providers.
Train, "Play That Song"
When you hear your favorite song, you can't help but dance -- and that's what happens in Train's video for their new single "Play that Song."
In the clip, it's a picture-perfect day as Train frontman Pat Monahan exits a building wearing earbuds. The song he's listening to makes him so happy that he starts dancing down the street, shaking hands, skipping down stairs and stealing some guy's hat.
At the end of the video, Monahan, followed by a happy, dancing crowd, stops in front of the fictional radio station KTRN. He goes inside and seconds later, emerges triumphant as the station starts playing "Play That Song" -- and the crowd goes wild.
In a statement, Monahan says, "It was such a great time making the video for 'Play That Song.' The idea to be on top of the world and have the whole town react to the happiness was super-fun and corny and sweet, and I wish life was really like this video!"
"Play That Song" is the first single from Train's upcoming album "A Girl, A Bottle, A Boat," which is due in early 2017.
A Tribe Called Quest, "We the People"
A Tribe Called Quest issues a warning cry in the politically-charged music video for their single, "We the People."
They all eventually run to create a protest against a variety of social issues, including racism, misogyny and xenophobia.
A Tribe Called Quest's final album, "We got it from Here...Thank You 4 Your service," is now available everywhere.