​the music videos you might've missed over the holidays

Taylor Swift got all Evil Dead, Kendrick impressed us with his acting, and Fiddy attempted to prove just why he's the man with a 10-minute short film.

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Jan 6 2016, 4:45pm

Have you spent the past couple of weeks cut off from the world in favour of your mum's cooking and awkward games of Cards Against Humanity? Have you lost touch with what's been going on in the news? Worse still, have you let multiple music videos slide past you and out into the world without even noticing? Time to get caught up! Taking you through the good, the bad and the ugly... here's what you missed.

Wiz Khalifa, King Of Everything
He can smoke weed when he wants to, smash up his skateboard when he wants to and hell, if he wants to hang out with a lion, he can hang out with a lion. Why? He's the king of everything.

Taylor Swift, Out Of The Woods
Still teasing out videos to accompany tracks from the killer 1989 LP, Taylor brings the obviously Jack Antonoff-producedrelationship commentary to life with a series of extreme survival scenarios. First bringing back difficult memories of that wolf scene from Beauty In The Beast, Tay-Tay throws herself off a cliff before landing in some thorny Evil Dead style trouble. She lost him, but she found herself, and somehow that was everything.

Pusha T ft. Kanye, A$AP, The Dream - M.P.A
Dropping his new video on 1st Jan, Push started his new year, new start with a diet of M.P.A aka money, pussy and alcohol. Although there's no sign of Kanye, other features A$AP and The Dream also star in the laidback visuals for the J.Cole-produced track.

50 Cent, I'm The Man
Produced by G-Unit films, this 10-minute music video turned bloodbath sees Fiddy try to look big in front of his crew. Unfortunately, being 'the man' seems to involve punching women, scaring children and shooting people in the face.

Skrillex, Stranger RMX
Remixed by White Dew and Tennyson, complete with bonus vocals, Sonny hangs out with school kids in Georgia; setting off fireworks, BMXing and having a feast/food fight reminiscent of the one in Hook. With 100% of the proceeds from the track going to a selection of international children's charities, this Christmas Day release is truly a gift that keeps on giving.

Kendrick Lamar, God Is Gangsta
Spinning the bottle and reflecting on his past with more passion than we saw in all of our Christmas arguments combined, Kendrick's 7-minute two-parter left us wanting more. A Jack Berget-directed, alcohol-induced hotel room breakdown complements To Pimp A Butterfly track U, before things take a turn for the sexy at David Lynch's Silencio club in Paris with a soundtrack of For Sale and PANAMÆRA on directorial duties. Look out for the secret messages.