- Geek & Sci-Fi
"Come Alive" reads like a trippy, technicolor fairy tale.
The clip shows Cox and other women battling with beauty and body image.
If winter is coming with Puffy on the throne, does that mean we all get paid?
This man found himself all alone in a Las Vegas airport, so he decided to make a music video about his situation.
Try to guess what "Sexercize" is about.
Tom Hanks proves he is the best rapper in his family with this hilarious new video. I always knew Hanks was a G.
Well, OK, maybe it's not very effective. But either way, Snoop Lion's new video is pretty cool.
Aspiring DC rappers Pacman and Peso used Kickstarter to film a music video in North Korea.
Well, the internet has come to the rescue with a side-by-side comparison of the two for your expert analysis.
Hot on the heels of its first Billboard hit, the Norwegian comedy band Ylvis is back with the new video for "Massachusetts."
The Bullitts "They Die At Dawn" Video is a who's who of people we love holding guns.
Ever since he grew facial hair, Shia LaBeouf has seemingly been trying to distance himself from, well, Shia LaBeouf. Now he has a new sex film, a bloody music video and a weird self-interview out.
For some reason, there aren't many GIFs of Missy Elliott dancing in a trash bag back when she was still known as Misdemeanor. Let's change that, shall we?
Jonah Falcon, the man with the world's largest penis, recorded a song about his dong. Not only that, but it appears he went to a shopping mall to make a music video.
"Waterfalls" was a defining song for TLC but the video was equally iconic - coming out at the height of MTV. Sadly there aren't GIFs of the video... until now.
Before we start making fun of John Travolta, let's remember that he does a lot of charity work, recently <a href="http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2012/11/post_377.html" target="_blank">donating</a> money and supplies to Hurricane Sandy relief, and he's been known to fly planeloads of supplies to disaster areas like Haiti and Hurricane Katrina.
This music video is lights-out, knock-you-on-your-ass incredible.
<a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2010/10/new-will-smith-child-abuse-video-surfaces#more-35141">New video</a> (watch it below) has surfaced of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith's life-sized, 9-year-old promotional doll, Willow Smith, singing her first single, "Whip My Hair.
So I'm sitting here working on the blog with my iPod set to shuffle on the Hip Hop/Rap genre (not Hip-Hop/Rap, I guess that's something else), when what sounds like a rock song about technology and wanting things now pops on.