Test your knowledge.
Test your knowledge.
Powerful sentiments to guide and uplift you.
I came in like a raaainbooow…
Lorde knows we aren’t the only ones.
Bette Midler is so goth.
Plus an amazing Top Gun homage by Archer, a Tom Hanks movie hair quiz, and, finally, a purse that can charge your phone.
This is confirmation that Robin Thicke was having a stroke throughout all of “Blurred Lines.” Via Dave Shumka.
Don’t let these five adorable lads fool you with their British charm and catchy music! Their lyrics are filthy…not that there’s anything wrong with that.
Hey, Flo Rida, you’re awesome, but what in the heck are you talking about?
Kanye can be a little melodramatic sometimes…
Lauryn Hill’s response to accusations of her new song’s homophobia makes very little sense.
Do, re, mi, fa, so-oh-oh-oh…bad. BUT YOU’LL BE SINGING IT FOR DAYS.
Don’t bite the hand that feeds you, or, you know, do.
Bow bow bow bow SQUAD! WAKA! FLOCKA! FLOCKAFLOCKA! WAKAWAKA! FLOCKAWAKA!
The tumblr Beyonce Art History is exactly what is sounds like, iconic works of art paired with Beyoncé lyrics.
Did you ever hear a lyric and be like, “Wait, what did they just say?” Shockingly, only about half of these are from Nicki Minaj.
Oh, yeah, just take a left at Nas’ “You Wouldn’t Understand” and go straight until you get to Jay-Z’s “Where I’m From” and then take a right at Redman’s “Rated R.”
OK, seriously, who is looking these up?
Is it Canadian hip-hop star Drake, sad English folk-singer Nick Drake, or Romantic poet William Blake? This might be harder than you think.
You may want to sit down before reading these.
Paul Ryan exits the stage to the AC/DC song “Rock ‘N’ Roll Train” at every campaign stop. Really.
Hal David, songwriting partner to composer Burt Bacharach, has died at age 91. He was known for songs infused with optimism, for love letters bound to be stuck in your head for days, and for asking a lot of questions. What’s new, pussycat?
Lana Del Rey recently covered Nirvana’s Heart Shaped Box but did she know it is about Courtney Love’s vagina? Well now she does since Courtney made the song’s significance pretty clear over twitter.
The famous Beatles song is constructed before your eyes in flowchart form. Cooler than it sounds, just watch!
Travel back to a time when Madonna and Prince tapes scared the living hell out of Al Gore’s wife Tipper, the hairstyles were AMAZING, and Oprah had a good TV show.
This oldie but goodie gets the stock photo interpretation it has always deserved.
A couple weeks ago, lyrics site Rap Genius started giving artists “Verified” accounts to explain their songs. But hey, rappers, fair warning: this may be a trap.
What is it about the art of rapping that almost always gives an artist this insatiable desire to spell their name, letter by letter, within their songs? I sure as hell don’t know, but this supercut by Slacktory is all the definitive proof anyone would ever need that the method is overused. (via slacktory.com)