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Welcome to New Tunes Tues, where I tell you what newly released songs/albums/music videos etc require your attention immediately. So when you’re done watching Justin Timberlake’s music video for “TKO” on repeat, take a listen to these 5 new singles from One Direction, Gaga, Kelly Clarkson and more.

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Lady Gaga, “Venus.” Last night at midnight, Gaga introduced her Little Monsters to yet another song off ARTPOP. “Venus” sounds like much of her older stuff (“Judas,” maybe?!), but this one’s different because Gaga produced the track herself. Thoughts?

Eminem ft. Rihanna, “Monster.” No, I won’t stop putting Eminem in New Tunes Tues until Eminem stops releasing new music, darnit! This collab with Rihanna is as good as their other duet, “Love The Way You Lie.” Can’t. Stop. Listening.

Celine Dion ft. Ne-Yo. Ne-Yo wrote a song for Celine Dion and then sang it with her, and the result is just as epic as it sounds. Listen to the full song HERE, which officially gets released on November 5, and watch Celine and Ne-Yo in the studio below to see some adorable behind-the-scenes moments.

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Kelly Clarkson, “Underneath the Tree.” Just over a week after getting married, Kelly Clarkson’s released her first-ever Christmas album. The lyric video for “Underneath the Tree” and the album both came out today, because Kelly is aware that Christmas in October is awesome. Thanks, Kel.

One Direction, “Story Of My Life.” Directioners blew up iTunes when “Story Of My Life” hit this am at 12:01. Can you imagine what it’ll be like when the album, Midnight Memories, makes its iTunes debut on November 25? Beware. And then listen to the new single, 1D’s new ballad that’s kinda giving off a “Hey There Delilah” vibe.

Photos: Pop Stars in Pasties

What’s your favorite new song of the week? Any I missed? Vote for your favorite song below and tweet your pick @OKMagazine!

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