Kungen & Hertigen’s “Night Videos” animation is an out of this world reminder of MTV’s commitment to animation from yesteryear. 100% Snooki free, too!
Bust out your best moonwalk as DJ M-Rock pays tribute to the king of pop with his mixtape of Michael Jackson’s pop classics, remixed for a completely new feel.
Apparently Pomplamoose is a band and they made a mash-up of “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen and “Somebody I Used to Know” by Gotye. This is horrifying.
Murs recently released a video for his song “Animal Style” off of his album Love and Rockets . The song and video are a tragic gay love story and unmistakably pro-gay rights.
They cuddle, they laugh, they dance … the most romantic photos of Mick Jagger and David Bowie together.
With new details of Bowie and Jagger’s alleged romp, let’s revisit the video for “Dancing in the Street.”
It’s Jack White’s birthday and we can think of no better way to celebrate the guitar man’s 37 years of rocking out on planet Earth than with 10 of his best solos. Strap the headphones on and crank it up!
A newcomer bursts onto the indie scene with what else? Another stop-motion music video, but this time with over 500 girls in it.
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.