The prolific rock and folk singer came through with his promises, releasing a full cover of Taylor Swift’s hit album 1989. Adams’ gloom and Springsteenian baggage doesn’t always work – his Bad Blood should just be titled Bad – but it’s a good effort overall.
(PG-13) True to the song’s message – about being a cheapskate – Lil Dicky begged rich folks in Los Angeles to lend them their time, house, yacht, cars and establishments for free to make this low budget music video.
James Corden invited Stevie Wonder for a ride in his Range Rover, first as a driver – but quickly switching gears to perform a number of his tunes from the passenger seat. Stevie’s comedic chops are as brilliant as his vocals.
We can only imagine how many attempts it took to get this right, as a line of 43 people tossed coins into liquid-filled beakers to play back a passage from one of Mozart’s minuets. Though you can only hear the notes when played back in slow motion.
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake’s crazy eyes run through hip hop hits once again, featuring Whodini, Public Enemy, Fetty Wap, Ace Hood and more. The best part is when they go up to the audience and you try to imagine some of those folks trying to rap along.
A one-trick pony website that only plays music videos from 20 years ago. Whether or not you believe that that’s nostalgia’s magic number, it’s free, it’s fun and it’s more MTV than MTV. Remember MTV?