PREVIEW: Beyoncé's New Single 'Grown Woman' Releases April 8

With Beyoncé's wedding anniversary to Jay-Z being Thursday, fans knew to expect something from the singer. And she semi-delivered. The R&B star, who has previously used significant dates such as her anniversary to launch new music or make announcements, revealed a new Pepsi ad which features a new song titled "Grown Woman."

WATCH: 'Great Gatsby' Trailer Featuring Music by Beyoncé, Florence Welch & More

The Great Gatsby soundtrack full tracklist was revealed on Thursday morning, and it's clear this is one of the best in years. The set's Executive Producer Jay-Z outdid himself with a stellar lineup and (based on the trailer below), some incredible music, including a track by Hov himself, Beyoncé and André 3000's cover of Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black, as well tracks by Jack White, Gotye, The xx, Florence and the Machine and more.

WATCH: Tyler, the Creator's 'IFHY' Video Featuring Pharrell

Tyler, the Creator got all dolled up—literally—for his new set of visuals, for "IFHY." The cut, released Friday, sees the Odd Future frontman paired with one of his heroes, Pharrell, who graces the intriguing track with his vocals towards the end of the piece. The video is being released later than expected, but it's well worth the wait.

WATCH: Passion Pit's 'Cry Like A Ghost' Video

Passion Pit this week is back with another set of visuals in support of last year’s Gossamer, this time for “Cry Like a Ghost." The new video is also accompanied by behind-the-scenes footage in which directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert discuss the making of the clip and the story behind it. “The idea is this girl is dancing through her relationships," said Kwan. "We’re trying to show how messy, confusing, funny, and sad and weird that is.”

WATCH: Vampire Weekend Debuts 'Diane Young' and 'Ya Hey'

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Vampire Weekend on Saturday premiered two new songs during their closing performance at SXSW. The band performed the previously revealed "Unbelievers," as well as the cleverly-titled "Diane Young" and "Ya Hey." The two new cuts come off their highly anticipated forthcoming album, Modern Vampires of the City, which is due out May 7.