It seems like forever since Kanye West‘s “Yeezus” tour began in October 2013. But after crossing continents and stirring up a slew of controversy with his merchandise choices, Mr. West’s concert experience is finally finished. And thanks to a fan film surfacing on the web, concertgoers can relive the show again and again.      Yeezy fan […]

Words By M.C. In every field, you’ll find innovators, people who revolutionize the game, reset the bar and take things to a different level. Hockey has Gretzkey, Basketball has Jordan and video directing has the million-dollar man, Hype Williams. Not sure if anyone in knew what the Queens native, born Harold Williams would become when […]

Famed hip-hop director Hype Williams has made a career out of his flashy approach to music videos.  His two most recent clips, Kanye West’s “All Of The Lights” and Lil’ Wayne’s “6’7” draw heavily from movies you may have seen. “6’7” was obviously inspired by Christopher Nolan’s Inception, and “All Of The Lights” borrows from […]

Lil’ Wayne‘s video for “6’7” premieres on MTV tonight, but it premiered on the internet overnight. Check out the Hype-Williams video below.

Talib Kweli recently dropped his album, Gutter Rainbows. The video for its first single, “Cold Rain,” is inspired by Denzel Washington’s Book Of Eli and had us reminiscing over some videos based on movies. Take a look at our list for the top ten music videos inspired by films. 10. Joe Budden – Pump It […]

Kim Kardashian was busy stretching her 15 minutes of fame this New Year’s Eve.  The reality TV star debuted her new single produced by The Dream “Turn It Up” at TAO nightclub in Las Vegas. It doesn’t sound half bad if you ask me. Also check out photo stills from the music video directed by […]

While the world was glued to LeBron James stroking his own ego on ESPN last night, another egomaniac took a bit of a blow to his own ego.

Music and movies have always gone together.  Musicals have been popular films since the golden era of Hollywood.  Back in the day, it was almost required that film stars be able to sing just as well as they could act.

Sorry, neither of these ladies is going away anytime soon. Nicki Minaj and Amber Rose got together to shoot the first video “Massive Attack”, from Nicki’s solo debut.