Madman Mike Tompkins uses nothing but his face — and, okay, some computers and stuff — to produce this insane a capella dubstep remix of Skrillex “Cinema” and Santigold “Disparate Youth”
WTF is going on here?! A 6-year-old rapper surrounded by ass-shaking bikini-clad babes in a swimming pool?
With Frank Ocean’s bombshell announcement that he is gay, we take a closer look at the lyrics of his hit song “Swim Good.”
Hip-hop giant Frank Ocean of Odd Future has come out of the closet, revealing that his first love was a man.
July 4th may be on a Wednesday this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t rock out like it’s on a Friday. We’ve got your cookout soundtrack covered with a classic rock throwback that bleeds red, white and blue.
With the sad news of Andy Griffith’s death, its time to enjoy the top 5 hip-hop remixes of the theme song to his hit show Matlock.
DJ M-Rock rolls out some West Coast love with the ultimate 2Pac tribute. The mixtape features 80 minutes of everything from original samples to his first cuts with Digital Underground. Don’t think, just download.
Since the new Rick Ross album has been pushed back due to his health issues, Mr. Maybach Music gifts you a mixtape with some A-listers for guests: Drake, Nas, Diddy and Pharrell.
The name says it all. It’s Wu-Tang. It’s Fugazi. It’s Wugazi. It’s freaking awesome is what it is.
Summer is only days away and DJ Jazzy Jeff’s yearly summertime mix is here for your all your house parties, beach parties and any other summer extracurricular activities you’ve got line up.
Jocelyn Pelichet sits down to shred 50 guitar riffs from the early ’90s. It’s good to hear Soul Asylum again, even if it was only for six seconds.
It’s Kanye’s Birthday! For all the egomania, gloating, and award stealing that Kanye has done, it can’t be denied that the guy has been an incredible talent to the hip-hop world. We’re celebrating Kanye’s 35 years on planet Earth with a killer mixtape from DJ M-Rock.
This one pretty much takes the cake for weirdest online clip you’re going to see today. PBS Digital Studios has taken the network’s beloved Mister Rogers and remixed him into a music video about imagination. It’s very meta.
“Wait a second didn’t The Black Keys already do a video for ‘Gold on the Ceiling’?” Yep, they sure did, but this video was directed by eccentric director Harmony Korine of Kids notoriety. And it’s just as anti-mainstream as one would expect from Harmony.