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.
A look at some of the genre’s most spectacular moments.
The greatest of pop music’s halloween themed music videos.
“Are you havin’ a good time?” Not sure actually, this is the best/worst kind of frat rave/EDM party and I’m not sure who I am anymore.
She’s looking hot, but not quite in a bikini.
It’s called “We Are Brothers” and it’s perfect.
Can you identify Madonna’s most classic videos from just one screenshot?
It doesn’t have to make sense, just let it happen.
Hammertime is actually the scariest time.
In 1994, she was just the chick from the Aerosmith videos.
In honor of the new Mumford & Sons video for “Hopeless Wanderer”, here are some more music videos with famous funny people in them.
Did you know that Channing Tatum got his big break in Ricky Martin’s “She Bangs” music video? MIND BLOWN.
You mean two cute gingers in one video? In case you missed it, Ed Sheeran’s song “Lego House” was already one of the top songs of the year, but Ed decided to make it all that much better by putting his pal, Rupert, in his video.
A bearded, disheveled Offerman takes out his Ron Swanson and gives LA (including Nicolas Cage’s Hollywood Star) a golden shower in the new music video for FIDLAR’s “Cocaine.” This, by the way, is NSFW.
MTV in the ’90s was basically a training ground for the auteurs of today.
Aubrey Plaza (of NBC’s Parks & Recreation) and Jake Johnson (of FOX’s The New Girl) play lovers in trouble in the new video for the Chicago post-punk soul outfit JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound.
The Civil Wars released the music video for their new single, “I Wish You Were the One That Got Away.” The video is rich and dark, full of melancholy and distance.
It’s an explosion of spiky hair and skateboards in here.
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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.