Long before Justin Bieber was dodging punches from actors in Ibiza, he was a Canadian kid showcasing his talent through YouTube videos. However, he wasn’t the only youngster using the video site to cover popular songs and display some serious music skills.
Nobody will ever replace the one and only King of Pop, and today, on the 5th anniversary of his death, we celebrate the times when he, and others who were lucky enough to work with him, spread joy and love through music.
There’s only one kind of fighting we truly encourage, and that’s dance fighting! We love a good old fashioned dance-off to settle a score, and music videos feature some true dance-battle gold. So put your fists away — all you really need to sort out an argument is a great body roll!
We were never too sure about the whole concept of reincarnation, but this video might have sold us on it. It comes from Turlock, Calififornia, where 17-year-old Brett Nichols absolutely tore it up at his high school talent show with spot-on Michael Jackson dance moves that would have made the King of Pop proud! Read more…
The Black Keys are never shy about speaking their mind (just ask the Beliebers), and lately they’ve made it known that they’re not fans of Michael Jackson’s new record, XSCAPE. And that’s putting it mildly. “[It's] some f-cking bullsh-t that sucks so bad that it took them three years after he died to make it listenable,” drummer Patrick Carney recently vented Rolling Stone. Their feelings had not cooled when they met up with VH1‘s own Jim Shearer before kicking off their world tour at Hangout Fest!
Nick Lachey tells us about an interesting flying experience during Big Morning Buzz Live, Jermaine Jackson is a little bitter over Michael Jackson‘s new album, and Mac Miller gives us all a Mother’s Day gift.