You remember Kirby's "Dream Land" theme from "Super Smash Bros." and Fred Durst from the late '90s? Well, they had a baby.
Before "Moonlight," "Hidden Figures," and "Luke Cage," Mahershala did some moonlighting as a rapper. The video production's a little outdated now, but these raps are still hot.
Demi Adejuyigbe (a.k.a. @electrolemon) is one of the "Gilmore Guys," a writer on "The Good Place," and one of the funniest people alive. He made these Oscar-worthy Will Smith raps that shouldn't be missed (spoilers, though).
Nope, no fancy pedal work here. This guy is just the God of musical multi-tasking.
No, it's not exactly the same, but it still sounds damn good.
It's dumb, meaningless, and might just be perfect.
Oh, 1999: the heyday of boy bands, bold denim ensembles and obscured, TV-friendly sexuality— that is, until Nick, James and Jordan came along.
We continue to pry open, quite literally in Prince’s case, the private works of artists to feast on their off-cuts, but is this fair?
We knew Mac was in trouble when he could barely stomach the Sriracha.
David Bowie came out as gay in an interview with Melody Maker magazine in 1972, and it was the closet door heard ’round the world. But what did he mean by it?
"Jeopardy!" host and old, white Canadian man Alex Trebek delighted the internet Monday night by reading the answers to a "Let's rap, kids!" category in the oldest, whitest, most Canadian voice he has. And it's even better with the original beats.
Final Audio is a Japanese company that is niche even by the high standards of extremism of Japanese audiophilia. And its Piano Forte X in-ear headphones fit that bill as well.
Musician Andrew Huang describes the process of taking the outline of an image and turning it into some sweet music.
Every once in a while, a music video comes out that completely overshadows the song it's portraying. The batshit video for Russian band Leningrad's song "Kolshik," is certainly one of those videos.
For indie rock musician Kim Gordon, interviews can feel like torture.
And if you do like Lady Gaga, well, all the better.
Shawn Wasabi, we love you so so so so much.
After nearly 40 years, the accordion-playing nerd has become a legend in his own right.
Before David Fincher hit the big time with films like "Fight Club" and "The Social Network", he made music videos — and they were really good.
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