You’ve know doubt heard it many, many times over, the annoying melodic music hook that’s taking over modern pop music and is in practically every song.
If you weren’t aware of it, then after watching this you won’t be able to stop hearing it—the only hope is that it disappears soon before it’s too late.
Yo! This guy’s literally taking the music to the streets. Take a Wu-Tang Clan classic, an afro, guitar, mic, and some drums put them all together with some fine talent and what do you get? You get a lesson in badassery.
If I saw this guy busking in the street I wouldn’t be able to get my hand high enough for the stratospheric high-ten, no high 20 (I’d use my feet as well), I’d want to give him.
Vox producer Estelle Caswell takes a deep dive into the styles and flows of iconic rappers and how they create their rhymes.
Some of the greatest rappers of all time are explored in a fascinating analysis of how these legends performed the way they did.
If a street performer makes you stop in the street as you walk past so you can listen or watch, they deserve your money.
And these two guitarists, the Showhawk Duo, definitely have that ability, producing three awesome and passionate covers of Sandstorm, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Miserlou to wow the crowds.
If you were alive and had ears in the 1990s then you will remember the earworm of a song “Macarena.”
But did you know what it’s about? These 90s kids didn’t and when they learn the cold, hard, cheating truth, they’re astounded.
The Great British Bake Off is back on the UK’s TV screens and no one is more happy about that then Welsh rappers Goldie Lookin Chain.
Riffing on Taylor Swift, it’s full of winning lines like “I stay up too late, making cupcakes for the fete”, and “It is all about cakes, buns and sweeties. If you watch too much, you get Type 2 diabetes”
About five years ago Kutiman was one of the first to popularise the YouTube video mashup—or at least do it incredibly well.
Using found footage of musicians on YouTube he created an entirely new song, and now he’s back with a much-anticipated followup. This is the first single called “Give It Up” and it’s pretty damn awesome.
Beats by Dre is one of the most popular premium headphone ranges on the market, but the actually audio quality is pretty shoddy. So why do people buy them?
Marques Brownlee delves into why people spend hundreds of dollars on them—and it turns out that people by Beats by Dre not for the audio product but for the image that surrounds the brand.