Hit makers, OneRepublic, have finally premiered their music video for "Love Runs Out."

If you've seen the video and you understand, bless your mind.  I have watched it a couple times now and I still don't understand.  The video is packed with so many different things and they all happen in a short period of time, my mind can't cope around it.

According to Ryan Seacrest, the video is directed by Sophie Muller. By no means, I am saying that this is bad video. In fact, the transitions and effects are greatly directed and edited. However, I just don't understand the concept and the point of the video.

The music video starts off with an older lady playing the piano.  Lead singer, Ryan Tedder, walks over to her as he sings "I'll be your light, your match, your burning sun."  In this time, they're on sand ground, and the background has clouds constantly moving.  Moving on to another scene, Tedder picks up a tamborine.  As he plays the tamborine, in the background two people are dressed up in a black body suit and kick a pile of rocks down—anyone here like ninjas? Suddenly a group of little boys dressed in white tank tops with khaki pants start dancing? Skip to the next part and you'll see two people playing a game of pass-the-ball.

When the chorus starts, someone throws a firecracker on the ground or some kind of spark? "I've got my mind made up, man, I can't let go," Tedder sings on the chorus as he is accompanied by two people riding horses (or is it actually just one person and the background is mirrored? I'm not sure).  Let's not forget the people who wear their sand outfit and dance from left to right (if this offends anybody, I'm truly sorry—I just don't know what it is or what it's supposed to represent).

Since, I have no idea what this video is and means, I'll let your eyes do the watching.

Once you've watched the music video, please take the poll below.  Also, leave a comment below and tell me what you think about this music video.  Maybe it's just me who finds it weird.

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The Voice's season 5 finale just got a bit sweeter. With the remaining three singers--Jake Worthington, Christina Grimmie and Josh Kaufman--set to compete for your votes for the last time (Tuesday, May 19), a slew of superstar acts have just been added to the explosive May 20 closer.

If you needed four reasons to tune in, you just got 'em. Coldplay, Ed Sheeran (!!!), OneRepublic and Tim McGraw will most certainly cause a stir when they set the stage on fire with their latest singles. More artists will be revealed soon. Stay tuned!

Of course, the real focus of the show is Grimmie, Kaufman and Worthingon--three remarkable talents that have wowed America from day one. After this week's (May 12) Top 5 showdown, Kat Perkins and Kristen Merlin left everything on the floor, having landed in the bottom three and performed for a last chance. Each performed a Carrie Underwood classic ("Good Girl" and "Blown Away," respectively), but it was Grimmie who proved victorious. Her fans tweeted their hearts out and secured the Youtube sensation a place in the final, following a admirable cover of "Apologize."

Who will steal the crown at the finale? Leave your predictions in the comments!

 

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Hilary Duff isn't playing around with her comeback album. After already working with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Dr. Luke, and Savan Kotecha, Hil has just added two more hitmakers to the project: Sean Douglas and Jerrod Bettis.

Douglas is a songwriter who co-wrote Demi Lovato's "Heart Attack" and Jason DeRulo's "Talk Dirty," while Jerrod is a former member of OneRepublic who has worked with Adele, Sky Ferreira, and Gavid DeGraw.

Meanwhile, Ed Sheeran recently spoke to MTV about his collaboration with the Duffster, describing their song as an acoustic number that's similar to his own music.

Argh, hurry up and come out already!

Can you smell and feel the summer weather? We sure do!

Award shows and headline tours steal the spotlight every year.  However, KiisFM 102.7's Wango Tango is one of the hottest shows of the year.  On Saturday (May 10), Wango Tango took over the StubHub Center in Carson, California.  The line up included: Maroon 5, Shakira, Ed Sheeran, Tiesto, Ariana Grande, Paramore, OneRepublic, Calvin Harris, B.o.B., ZEDD, Kid Ink, A Great Big World, Christina Aguilera, Rixton, The Chainsmokers, R5, and Iggy Azalea.

While you missed the hottest show of the year, that's okay, Popdust has you covered with the hottest performances of the night.

Ariana Grande's performance kicks off with Big Sean rapping.  The two perform their "Right There" collaboration.  Grande is dressed up in a black and white checkered outfit (top, skirt, and boots).  While, Big Sean is dressed in a jersey, black cap and pants.  After the song is done, the two clear the stage.  Seconds later, Grande appears again, to perform her smash hit "The Way."  Of course Grande's going to perform her new hit single "Problem."  She indeed does, shake her booty from left to right.  Also, for the first time ever, Iggy Azalea joins Grande on stage to perform.  Watch the full performance below:

Shakira hits the stage with "Can't Remember to Forget You," "Empire," "23," and "You Don't Care About Me."  She's dressed up in white and bedazzled with necklaces and bracelets.  With Shakira, her hips never lie, so we know for sure, she moves them hips! Work it, girl!

ZEDD and Paramore's Hayley Williams come together to perform "Stay The Night."  The crowd waves their glow sticks from right to left.  Williams gets the whole crowd on their feet to jump.

OneRepublic steals the stage for a thirty minute set.  They perform "Secrets," "Stop and Stare," "Apologize," "Same Love," "Good Life," "Counting Stars," and "If I Lose Myself."  Watch the entire performance below.

Iggy Azalea performs "Fancy," in a black and white checkered outfit and is accompanied by backup dancers.  And it's such a fancy performance.

R5's thirty minute set is spectacular.  They kick off with their single "(I Can't) Forget About You," to pump up the crowd.  Their set also includes "Pass Me By," "Loud," "I Want U Bad," "Love Me Again (cover)," "Ain't No Way," and "Cali Girls."

A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera perform "Say Something."  They're all dressed up in black and accompanied by a piano.  Oh and CA is showing off her baby bump!

Until next year, folks.

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As everyone is waiting with bated breathe for Adele's next move, the singer relieves some of the stress by teasing that her next album, seemingly titled 25, is set for a fall release.  As the followup to the blockbuster 21 (featuring the hits singles "Rolling In The Deep" and "Someone Like You"), the bar is set absurdly high for the songstress. Can she possibly outdo herself?

"Bye bye 25... See you again later in the year x," the chanteuse tweeted, ahead of her 26th birthday on Monday (May 5), attaching a make-up free photo.

Rumor has it, Adele is enlisting the help of Diane Warren, Phil Collins and OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder on the new collection. "It's going to be like Portishead meets Weird Al Yankovic... Just kidding," Tedder previously told MSN of working with the British pop star. "I haven't heard everything she's done, but I've heard everything we've done and I'm as proud of it, or prouder of anything we did on the first album, and she is sounding even better than ever."

He added, "She will deliver the album on her own timetable, at her own pace, and the only person that will ever declare it finished will be her, when she decides it's finished."

He continued, praising the accomplished singer-songwriter even more, "When you sell 30 million albums, on one album, she can do whatever the hell she wants to do until forever. So, if she decided to tour, I'm sure it will be the most incredible tour ever and if she decides not to, it will have no bearing on how amazing the album itself is because she's one in a million, one in a hundred million, one in a billion, that's a better example."

"She can do what she wants to do and my whole role, as pertains to her, is to facilitate in whatever way possible," he noted. "Any talent or ability I have is at her disposal for as much or as little as she wants it, for as long or as little as she needs it. I'm happy to be a part of the ride."

Warren also had nothing but fantastic things to say about writing with Adele, via Hitfix“It was just great. I don’t really write with people and we spent a lot of time together and really clicked and really connected and I really like her as a person. I’m really excited about the stuff we did.”

Likewise, Collins also hinted at collaboration, with Rolling Stone"I've just started to work with [her]. I wasn't actually too aware…I live in a cave, but she's achieved an incredible amount. I really love her voice. I love some of this stuff she's done, too."

For that, we must wait and see what exactly Adele has in store for us. Get ready for the Queen Of Pop to slay the charts...again.

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Leave it up to OneRepublic to create the smash hits.

Look out music charts, OneRepublic is about to take over the charts, once again.  And no, this time they aren't apologizing or counting stars.  Instead, they're running until the love runs out.

Their new single "Love Runs Out" is included on their album Native.

Listen to "Love Runs Out" by OneRepublic, right here on Popdust.

We don't know about you, but over here at Popdust, we're big fans of OR.  We love the new track.

Lyrics:

I'll be your light, your match, your burning sun,

I'll be the bright and black that's making you run.

And I feel alright, and we'll feel alright,

'Cause we'll work it out, yeah we'll work it out.

I'll be doin' this, if you ever doubt,

'til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out.

I'll be your ghost, your game, your stadium.

I'll be your fin, deep down, entrapped like one.

And I feel alright, and I feel alright,

'Cause I worked it out, yeah I worked it out.

I'll be doin' this, if you ever doubt,

'til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out.

I got my mind made up and I can't let go.

I'm killing every second 'til it sees my soul.

I'll be running, I'll be running,

'til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out.

And we'll start a fire, and we'll shut it down,

'til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out.

There's a maniac out in front of me.

Got an angel on my shoulder, and Mephistopheles.

My momma raised me good, momma raised me right.

Momma said "do what you want, say prayers at night",

And I'm saying them, cause I'm so devout.

'Til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out, yeah.

I got my mind made up and I can't let go.

I'm killing every second 'til it sees my soul.

I'll be running, I'll be running,

'til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out.

And we'll start a fire, and we'll shut it down,

'til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out.

Ooh, we all want the same thing.

Ooh, we all run for something.

Oh for God, for fate,

For love, for hate,

For gold, and rust,

For diamonds, and dust.

I'll be our light, your match, your burning sun,

I'll be the bright and black that's making you run.

I got my mind made up and I can't let go.

I'm killing every second 'til it sees my soul.

I'll be running, I'll be running,

'til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out.

And we'll start a fire, and we'll shut it down,

'til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out.

I'll be your light, your match, your burning sun,

I'll be the bright and black that's making you run.

And I feel alright, and we'll feel alright,

'Cause we'll work it out, yeah we'll work it out.

And we'll start a fire, and we'll shut it down,

'til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out.

'Til the love runs out.

Lyrics Source: AZ Lyrics

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