He’s the guy with the laptop, right?
His name is Bizzle and he’s upset that gay people think of themselves “the new black.”
Oh, that backwards baseball cap — that’s hella tight.
It’s not such a bad thing, really.
To promote their upcoming Grammy performance, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis hit up a New York City bus for a special surprise performance of their hit single “Can’t Hold Us.” Some people think it was staged, but it’s a fun concept regardless.
Even if you hate the original, you will be floored by this string quartet arrangement.
It’s just as strange as you’d think.
“Gay people don’t care about your video about gay people.”
Apples and honey not included.
People love Macklemore, streaming music is taking over, and indie fans are buying more vinyl than ever before. Oh, and there’s this guy called Justin Timberlake who is very popular.
“$50 for a T-shirt? That’s just silly overpriced.”
Two students planned a surprise for their teacher during the “YouTube of the Day” part of their class.
A clever dude called Stony edited together a version of “Can’t Hold Us” by looping noises made with a car, a dryer, a microwave, and other household items.
From Rihanna going #seapunk to the most intense Kanye performance ever, this was a banner year for music on Saturday Night Live.
Catch up on the month’s best songs, albums, and moments with new music by Daft Punk, Jai Paul, Phoenix, Fall Out Boy, and more.
Sometimes gifs make great music videos. See Part 1 and Part 2 of the series.
Courtesy of an outlawed saxophonist, a crowd-surfing raccoon, and Charmander.
Ugh, white people, am I right?
But can he sell a “Suit & Tie” style to a “Thrift Shop” world?
Wearing a really snazzy pair of gloves trimmed in fringe and fur, Macklemore declares “anti-gay language has no place in sports or music” in a new video for You Can Play.
Frank Ocean! Jack White! Skrillex! Britney on X Factor! Lana Del Rey! AND SO MUCH MORE!
The Seattle hip-hop duo are blowing up right now and for good reason. Here’s a primer for the uninitiated.
The indie rap phenoms behind the viral hit “Thrift Shop” obviously like bargain shopping, but did you know they also love pizza parties?