The petite singer serves a series of serious look in the visuals, dancing in the midst of a nebula and sitting on Earth while controlling the elements from above.
The songstress tops the chart after her sold-out Louisville and Ohio shows raked in $11.5 million.
Described as an 'anthemic, sultry banger,' the song features the Nickelodeon alum delivering her soaring vocal chops over deep sensual bass beat.
The singer can't hold back her tears as she reads messages held up by fans to say 'Thank You' while she performs the song at a concert in Ohio.
One of the alleged victims is nine-year-old Samuel Webb, who complained about getting something in his eyes after he was doused in an orange colored powdery substance.
The summery song finds the Danish singer recalling memories that she shares with a lover during the summertime.
The singer hands out shots of alcohol to his dancers and musicians, encouraging members of the audience to join him in raising a glass.
Both songs are going to be included on the band's upcoming fifth album 'Trench', which documents the life of Clancy who lives in a walled city called Dema.
Songwriter Diane Warren reveals that she was inspired to write the song after watching the veteran actor confessed to his lady.
The melancholy track features the rappers trading lyrics about an unhealthy relationship with a girl who is always under the influence of drugs.
The 'Rock Your Body' singer announces that O2 Arena will open an hour before the game between England and Croatia and he will watch the game with his fans inside the arena.
The songstress also reveals in a new interview that the way she creates songs hasn't changed since she was an aspiring musician.
'We burned the stage down in Glasgow,' the singer sings after he is forced to evacuate the stage due to the fire.
The 34-year-old star is only the third woman to hold the position, following in the footsteps of Connie Smith and Rosanne Cash.
The Canadian singer dramatically jumps down to the lower stage, losing his balance and hitting the floor.
The rapper's go-to director, Karena Evans, is spotted filming the music video in the city along with a group of people.
The two singers, as well as Pharrell, Ed Sheeran, Chris Martin and others, are set to perform at Global Citizen Festival's Mandela 100 Concert in Johannesburg, South Africa on December 2.
The rapper allegedly had just secured a huge payday thanks to a new contract with bosses at independent record label Empire to release his third album.
The Canadian rapper has claimed seven of the top 10 spots on the chart, beating Michael Jackson as the male solo artist with most top 10 entries.
According to a source, the rapper and his crew ran into issues with Canadian custom agents when they touched down in Calgary on Monday, July 9.