Here’s to decades of midriffs. Happy birthday!
Universal Music Group, the world’s largest record label, advertising agency Havas, and ad tech company Mirriad have teamed up to weave advertising campaigns directly into streaming music videos, including ones from years ago.
#Bless the wardrobe department
This is what dreams are made of.
It’s like a lost Lars von Trier film.
She’s bruised and bloody in a leaked screenshot.
The best and worst of Product Place-ney.
Could this be the summer jam we’ve all been waiting for?
OMG. TRL is coming back. With Ariana Grande. But… it’s just for one day. And it’s called “Total Ariana Live.”
Because they’re EVERYWHERE.
You may think this list is “Incomplete” but it’s “All I Have To Give!”
It’s nothing personal, music.
No seriously what is going on?!
Why we can’t stop watching Ryan Heffington’s music videos.
The dance-friendly rapper has a new house jam appropriately called “Tear The House Up.”
MODERN DANCERS UNITE. I have no idea what is going on but I’m mesmerized and obsessed and Sia rules.
Plus 23 music videos starring pre-fame celebs, nature’s Viagra, and toothpaste as the solution to all your problems.
It IS a crazy world we’re living in!
It’s a beautiful song that will most definitely leave you in contemplation.
DC rappers Pacman and Peso released “Escape to North Korea,” a video that was entirely filmed in North Korea. This the first non-government affiliated music video shot in North Korea.
Plus the high tech bra that prevents stress eating, the new fad of extreme classes, and meet the girl making out with Justin Bieber in his latest video.
Cher truly knows her fans.
A tale of woe and sorrow in the Hills of Hollywood.
Pharrell Williams just issued a full day’s worth of footage of him and crowds of people singing his single “Happy.” The interactive film was conceived and directed by We Are From L.A.
Even if you don’t have 24 hours to spare, it is truly worth checking out.
The relatively obscure 2006 Hyphy classic has a music video that you should see.