WATCH: Justin Timberlake Teases New Song 'Take Back the Night'

First, he brought "SexyBack," and now it appears Justin Timberlake is hoping to "Take Back the Night." The pop superstar on Wednesday teased a new track in the form of a simple video. In the clip, he is standing outside a club holding up signs that show the release dates for “Suit & Tie,” “Mirrors,” and The 20/20 Experience. He then reveals a card that reads “Take Back the Night,” but the release date is blurred out. As he walks into the club, a snippet of the tune can be heard.

WATCH: 'Cosby Show' Opening Credits Redone to 'Blurred Lines'

In one of the most genius ideas the Internet has recently created, someone has cleverly redone The Cosby Show opening sequence to Robin Thicke's mega-hit "Blurred Lines." Of course, don't mind the lyrics, otherwise it will be very awkward as the family members dance together. But if you've seen Thicke's video, this was just too good to pass up—minus the weird audio. But you get the idea.

WATCH: Imaginary Cities Release 'Bells of Cologne' Video

Imaginary Cities on Tuesday released their video for "Bells of Cologne," the addictive single off their sophomore record, Fall of Romance. The sci-fi-driven clip features Marti Sarbit and Rusty Matyas performing surrounded by the glow of stage lights. It's quite the big, "imaginative" set of visuals for this indie act on the rise.

WATCH: Ellie Goulding Releases 'Burn' Video; 'Halcyon' Re-Release Due Aug. 26

Only ten months after releasing her sophomore album, Halcyon, Ellie Goulding will repackage the record and re-release it as Halcyon Days, a set which will now include seven brand new tracks (including her new single "Burn"), due to arrive on Aug. 26. The new version of the album will also include collaborations with Madeon on "Stay Awake," DJ Fresh on "Flashlight" and BURNS on "Midas Touch." The singer on Monday also released a stunning set of visuals for "Burn," a song which is likely to do very well on the charts.

WATCH: Mumford & Sons' 'Babel' Video

Mumford & Sons multiply themselves in their new video for the title track of their latest album, Babel. A camera circles around a large, old building while the band performs the song and is duplicated (thanks to fancy editing, of course). You'll just have to see for yourself.

WATCH: Kanye West Responds to Leaked 'Black Skinhead' Video [UPDATED]

UPDATE (07.09.13): Kanye West on Tuesday claimed that the leaked version of his "Black Skinhead" video was not the "official" version. He said that the final product would release within the next week. We have removed the video below per request by the rapper.

He explains that the final version of the video is something he's "been losing sleep over." He also took a shot at the one who leaked the video, simply stating: "FUK YOU!"

His buddy JAY Z may have been having all the fun on Twitter today, but Kanye West apparently wants in on the fun of this busy post-holiday Monday. Ye has unveiled the new visuals for "Black Skinhead," the first official single off his latest album, Yeezus. Despite having projected music in video form across the globe, he had yet to provide a video for the new record.

WATCH: Phoenix Premieres New 'Trying to Be Cool' Video

Phoenix on Tuesday premiered the video for “Trying to Be Cool,” the second single from their latest album, Bankrupt!, out now on Loyaute/Glassnote Records. The video was directed by the CANADA collective and was filmed entirely live in full takes of the song. It's a very fascinating, spectacular clip, full of dancers and bubbles and perhaps an artful interpretation of the song's lyrics about pretentiousness.