Dig Into the Latest Offerings From the Flaming Lips, Nicki Minaj, Neil Young and More in Click Hear

Dig Into the Latest Offerings From the Flaming Lips, Nicki Minaj, Neil Young and More in Click Hear
Every Monday, we here at Exclaim! gather the best of Click Hear in one easy-to-go-through post for your reading/listening pleasure. So head on over to the section to get the most recent music streams, downloads and videos.

First up to bat is the new NSFW Flaming Lips video for "See the Leaves" from their Embryonic album. In the video, a nakedly inclined young woman is walking through open fields, city street and parking garages tearing out yellow CGI scribbles from her nether regions. Oh, and the song totally rules. 

We also have the highly anticipated new Neil Young record, Le Noise, which is finally streaming in full. The album is a completely solo work for Young, highlighting the legend's voice, guitar and some very fuzzy sounds.

Jersey boys My Chemical Romance are next up with their new song "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)," which is from their Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, due to be released on November 22. Supergroup the Baseball Project have released their new hard-rocking single "Don't Call Them Twinkies." With members from the Hold Steady, R.E.M., Dream Syndicate and Zuzu's Petals, the band pay a fitting tribute to the Minnesota Twins with a little help from the Hold Steady's Craig Finn.

To celebrate his birthday today (September 27), Lil Wayne released an EP called I Am Not a Human Being. A new track by the jailed rapper featuring Young Money is out now called "YM Salute." In other hip-hop sounds, Gucci Mane has released another mixtape, Buy My Album.

Star on the rise, Nicki Minaj has also released the new radio-friendly track, "Right Through Me" from her upcoming Pink Friday, while drummer extraordinaire, Travis Barker has has leaked a new track featuring the Cool Kids called "Jump Down."

For all these streams, downloads, videos and more, check out the Exclaim! Click Hear section.