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It’s a pretty catchy song! ♫”I’m getting back into martial arts in a REALLY big way.”♫
A fascinating look at the subject matter and style of Cold War-era posters.
This lip synch of Estelle and Janelle Monae’s hit song is pretty much the best thing ever. Seriously, this man is my hero.
“Back 2 The Wild” features any safari outfits, psychedelic nature excursions, and plenty of bright color overload.
Whether she’s dancing in an industrial warehouse or just lounging around in her living room, we can’t take our eyes off of her.
It’s all so creepy.
A high school senior spent 2 months bringing together his entire high school to pull off this incredible stop motion film. He better have gotten an A.
And by “greatest” I clearly mean “worst.”
This video is a true gem. I love every second of it.
You might want to sit down before watching these adorable dance moves.
The video for the Brazilian band’s new song will make your day.
Drunk people. Giant ears of corn. A musical hiccup medley. Need we say more?
Ke$ha’s video for “C’mon” has a bunch people in mascot costumes and she takes a bath and dances in a grocery store. All in all, I’d give it a B+.
Pop songs this year had some really weird lyrics.
With a quick glimpse of awkward teenage Franco!
The most innovative, clever, beautiful, and bonkers clips of the year.
Finally, an answer. It’s not real, but it’s definitely real talk.
“Your generation, not the one before you, not the one after you — your generation — decided to steal music.”
Mr. Worldwide’s new video for “Don’t Stop the Party,” featuring semi-naked ladies, was deemed too explicit for TV in Britain.
Sure, it’s an ad, but it’s a really cool ad!
The video for “Fatty Boom Boom” features a man in drag playing Lady Gaga aborting an insect fetus, Yo-Landi Vi$$er wearing blackface, and a mural of a monster with the heads of Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Kayne West, Drake, Pit Bull, Lil Jon, and some random other guy. It is predictably NSFW.
Brb, jamming out to this smooth, inspiring jam.
With both ladies sharing a love of 90s boy-bands, glittery unicorns and generally all things cute, “How To Be A Heartbreaker” is the first collaboration between Marina and Kitty Pryde, and IT’S FILLED WITH SLOTHS.
A 17-year-old fan created a stop motion music video for the Foster the People song Houdini over the course of 5 months.
It’s business goblin vs. “Brad.”
To celebrate Aaliyah’s too-short career, here are her top 11 videos — one for each year she’s been gone.