Justly different from its original, Knifekick brings “VCR” a life of its own with a rock heavy demonstration. Ladies and gentlemen, we’re no longer watching movies on a VCR, in fact, we are watching new millennium high-definition cinematography on Blu-ray discs.
Kelly Rowland finally releases highly-anticipated music video for revealing single.
Quite honestly, we’ve never been fans of Mykki Blanco and just because we like this song, we are not saying we’d cheerlead at his 30th birthday party, either.
Just as gorgeous as they want to be, Ciara and Nicki Minaj are back with a new anthem for the ladies.
Do not watch this Die Antwoord video with anyone around. Just watch it by yourself. We’re not sure how old you should be because there’s a f*cked up ending waiting to happen. (All puns intended.)
Clearly, Icona Pop is heavily influenced by early 90’s Hip-Hop.
Laura Mvula, the small town girl with a big voice headlined the Bowery Ballroom on Monday night and she left New Yorkers startled and pleased.
Nocando’s releases visual as good as junk food for new single, “All Over A Bitch,” from his forthcoming project “Tits & Explosions.”
Cakes Da Killa is a young Rap entertainer heavily influenced by Hip-Hop’s greatest contenders who once regulated New York City’s music scene in the 1990s.
All you have to do is listen to LADY once, and you’ll remember why they call it ‘Soul’ music.