1. Taylor Swift- Blank Space

Everyone has they mind set the profile of this girl who is a serial dater, jet setting around with all her boyfriends, she can get ’em but she can’t keep ’em because she’s too emotional and she’s needy. Then she gets her heart broken because they leave and she’s jilted so she goes to her evil liar and writes songs about it for revenge. Guess what? You guys were wrong.

Taylor Swift isn’t looking for romance, she’s happy to have found herself and a wonderful group of girlfriends.

               2. Taylor Swift- Style

The video gives the song another meaning: It is about the having an alter persona, the ultimate result of Monarch mind control.

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Because, as long as the occult elite rules the entertainment industry, Mind Control will never go out of STYLE.

           3. Ed Shereen- Don’t

‘Don’t’ is a music video about his life went through ups and downs but he never loses his balance after facing through hard times. Impressive video!

You’ve got to work hard on your way to the top and never stop until you get there.

4. Sia- Chandelier

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Describing the “party girls don’t get hurt” lifestyle, Sia’s song goes a little further than just the partying. She describes what happens when “sun is up… here comes the shame.” Uniquely and painfully honest…

5. Sam Smith- Lay Me Down

The video itself runs the gambit of emotions — it starts off in a church at what appears to be a funeral, Smith standing in front of a sea of mourners. The lyrics “Can I lay by your side/ Next to you” take on a much more aching meaning with these visuals. Then, Smith moves toward the back of the church, and the scene changes from black-clad mourners to a crowd dressed in white, watching the singer marry a man in similar garb. It’s a joyful scene — and a defiant one.

“This video shows my dreams that one day gay men and women and transgendered men and women all over the world, like all our straight families and friends, will be able to get married under any roof, in any city, in any town, in any village, in any country,” -Sam


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