The Pizza Underground, a pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band featuring former child star Macaulay Culkin, is a joke in the sense that they sing Velvet Underground songs with lyrics about pizza and have the kid from Home Alone on tambourine and kazoo. But it's also serious, iin the sense that they went on tour and made this music video.
Beans from Even Stevens is in a new music video from the band Dear Blanca. Want to watch?
According to director Joseph Kahn, for a few hours on the morning of November 10th, the yoohoos at Yahoo prematurely uploaded the unpremiered video for Taylor Swift's new single "Blank Space." While the file was pulled shortly thereafter, fan-uploaded versions continue to surface. It's a pretty fun video, particularly if you have ever wondered what Beyoncé might be like if she were white and insane.
Dan Thorn, an anchor at West Virginia's 59 News, has released the white-news-anchorest possible music video for "Where They at Doe?"—not so much a T.I. track as a Bobby Shmurda remix of the time Floyd Mayweather claimed he'd given T.I. two black eyes, and the rapper showed his face on video to ask "Where they at, though?"
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The plot of the video is a little like Ariana Grande giving a reading from Romans: difficult to comprehend, but passionately expressed nonetheless. Broadly: Three women who either are best friends (from college?) or have never met before, are alive on a sweltering summer day and then all of a sudden it's nighttime and they're on a roof and they're dancing. Judging from the attire of those assembled, the building at which they have gathered for this alcohol-free party is likely Manhattan's iconic Forever 21 skyscraper. Everyone points at one another. The avenues of New York City are flooded with magenta light, for Breast Cancer Awareness by Dre.The official video for the catchiest Beats by Dre commercial ever written washed over the Internet like a devastating sea of flames Tuesday, leaving thousands homeless and many more badly burned. It's "Bang Bang" by Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, and that one girl. Everybody loves it!
Video production company/rock band OK Go have followed up their famous treadmills and Rube Goldberg machine by running through a maze of brightly-colored optical illusions in a single shot. Everything in the video for "The Writing's on the Wall" is a trick of the eye.
Caught overnight at Las Vegas' McCarran Airport with practically no one else around, Richard Dunn could have taken a cab back to the strip and partied until his flight in the morning. Instead, he whipped out his iPhone and made this gloriously cheesy music video for Celine Dion's 1996 cover of "All By Myself."
Yesterday, Psy and Snoop Dogg released "Hangover," a new song and accompanying video about the struggle everyone faces after a long night of drinking. As you might expect from the two lovable goofballs, it is batshit crazy.
The latest production from the Lonely Island employs dance pop beacon of starlight, Robyn, to hypnotize audiences into finding amusement in literal humor, once again! Sean Combs and Paul Rudd stand-in for the everyman.
Robyn has a new song and it's tremendous. (But manage those expectations.) It's not actually her song, she's just guesting on a new Lonely Island song called "Go Kindergarten." But! Remain interested, because the Robyn parts are sort of like a parody of a Robyn song, by Robyn. Oh and she also doesn't appear in the current music video for the song (it's billed as a dance rehearsal). However, as the video features whacky pants and people shaking it, she would probably approve.