While 'Chun-Li' finds the raptress comparing herself with a video game character named Chun-Li, 'Barbie Tingz' features her taking a jab at female rappers who try to emulate her.
After watching a new teaser for his music video, many can't help but wonder if the singer will address their split in the song as the female star, Sofia Jamora, bears a strong resemblance to the model.
The Country songstress writes on her fan club's website that the song 'refers to when emotions take over and you just can't hold them back.'
The 45-second teaser finds the Canadian singer leaning on a pole on a side, looking distraught as he belts out the alleged Selena Gomez diss track.
Directed by VM Project Architecture, the aesthetic visuals features the trio thinking about ways to express their love at various flower-decorated sets.
The two new singles, which are 'Barbie Tingz' and 'Chun-Li', will be the 'Anaconda' hitmaker's first releases after staying out of the spotlight for months.
The Emma Westenberg-directed clip features the songstress and her friends traveling through a desert before showcasing their dance moves in pants emulating female body parts.
The 'Hollaback Girl' hitmaker will kick off her residency at the Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood on June 27.
Even though the music video is only one-minute-and-a-half-minute long, fans still get to see the boys' attractiveness as they sing and showcase their dance moves in the clip.
In addition to performing, the songstress is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year and Vocal Event of the Year for 'The Fighter' featuring Keith Urban.
The six-minute visuals documents how the 'Die Young' songstress helped marry a real-life lesbian couple, Dani and Lindsay, in Las Vegas on March 26.
The visuals opens with Meek confronting a horde of reporters in front of a prison, telling them, 'I feel like I've been targeted by certain people.'
The Canadian singer is currently gearing up for his upcoming third studio album as he released two singles off the effort within one day.
The 15-second teaser features the singer looking out across a beach landscape before hooking up with several random girls.
In addition, the effort marks the highest sales week for an R'n'B album in nearly a year since Mary J. Blige's 'Strength of a Woman' sold 72,000 units in its first week in May 2017.
Chrissy has responded to the raptress' threesome suggestion after she caught wind of the lyrics, writing on Twitter, 'Gasp!! drops biscuits.'
Directed by Karena Evans, the visuals stars Rashida Jones, Tiffany Haddish, Emma Roberts, Olivia Wilde and Tracee Ellis Ross among others.
The music video, which was entirely shot on a cellphone, features Yara Shahidi meeting her future lover in a nightclub, where John is taking over the DJ booth.
Titled 'Euphoria: Theme of Love Yourself Wonder', the clip hints at the title of the follow-up to their latest album 'Love Yourself: Her'.
St. Vincent and Valerie June are also among singers who cover popular love songs like 'She's Funny That Way', 'I Need a Man to Love Me' and 'Then He Kissed Me' with gender twists in album 'Universal Love'.