The juxtaposition of riche pop and pink zombie gore in UK rapper Charli XCX’s “After the Afterparty” video is so odd that it will maintain your gaze throughout its strange progression.
The ‘Frozen’ star releases her newest album, but fails to strike distinct notes of independence as she incorporates standard narrative tropes with uninspiring instrumental accompaniments.
Featuring a slew of double crossing and hapless nights at the strip club, Drake’s “Childs Play” is anything but, making for a video flirting with absurdity and earnestness.
In a tribute to the upcoming ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ film, Halsey attempts to own the musical battlefield, but ultimately looks as powerless and ineffective as Snow White herself.
Drake’s “Pop Style” Mellows Out, Tegan and Sara Go for the “Boyfriend,” and More In Singles This Week
Drake gets poppy in “Pop Style,” Tegan and Sara make a bubble-gum jaunt with “Boyfriend,” and Blake Shelton says that he is just “Friends” for the ‘Angry Birds Movie.’
Featuring a slew of BC artists, the Arts Invitational sought to raise funds and awareness for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Fueled by spontaneity and unfazed by awkwardness, My Mother’s Fleabag ‘Spring Cafe’ showcases the groups versatility and stage presence.
In a display of physical strength, grace, and agility, BC’s Dance Organization puts on another stunning show in its ‘Rumors’ performance.
Though visually stimulating, Nina Nesbitt’s ‘Chewing Gum’ music video is as monotonous and emotionless as chewing gum itself.
Adele stakes her claim. ’25’ is a revival album, and it’s as much a tribute to love well-lost as it is to the traitorous act of getting older.