Bruno Mars has just shared a video for "Versace on the Floor," a single taken from last year's full-length 24K Magic. The neon-lit visual finds the singer sharing screen time with none other than Zendaya, who struts around a hotel room in a series of jaw-dropping looks (a lot of which are indeed Versace). Watch it above.

Co-directed by Mars and Cameron Duddy, "Versace on the Floor" is the third single off 24K Magic to receive the video treatment, following the title single and "That's What I Like." Videos aside, Mars has dedicated most of the year towards more philanthropic concerns, most recently donating a hefty sum to benefit the victims of the Flint Water Crisis.

Revisit Mars's most recent video for 24K Magic-cut "That's What I Like" below.

In other music news, JAY-Z has shared a video for “MaNyfaCedGod” starring none other than Academy Award winner Lupita Nyong’o. Watch it right here.

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