A number of famous musicians have made their debut on YouTube today. Carly Rae Jepson, Shawn Mendes, Tori Kelly and of course, Justin Bieber are examples of these top performers. If you love discovering new musicians on video subscription and streaming services, here’s a name to remember: Shane Thompson. Shane’sRead More →

Music streaming services like YouTube Music are really amazing. Pay around $10 per month to stream millions of songs whenever you want. But what if you want to share a playlist you created on YouTube Music with some of your friends? Well, you can do that too, and YouTube MusicRead More →

4 * City Music Band turn red has undoubtedly caught the attention of fans, so here’s everything you need to know about it. Pixar’s new coming-of-age comedy movie, become red, came out, and it’s just amazing. Little slices of comedy, friendship, and family ties will keep you laughing and emotionalRead More →

In times like these, we can always rejoice in the music community, whether it’s directly trying to raise funds and awareness or simply bringing more joy and understanding into the world. At Belle and Sebastien new single “If They’re Shooting At You” (“…kid, you gotta do something right”) is accompaniedRead More →

A Ukrainian music group broadcast their performances live from a bomb shelter. Selo i Ludy is a Ukrainian rock band who broadcast their performances live from their studio, which they currently use as a bomb shelter. This Ukrainian music group broadcasts live performances from a bomb shelter on YouTube. (ImageRead More →

Ara Topouzian EAST LANSING, Michigan – The Michigan Traditional Arts Program at Michigan State University announced that the musician Ara Topouzian is among the Michigan Heritage Awards 2022 annual statewide program honorees recognizing artists, practitioners, and community organizers working in Michigan’s folk and traditional arts and everyday culture. “I wantRead More →

A lot of new music dropped in the first two months of 2022, signaling a trend to accompany music videos to accompany the release of early singles. With interesting visuals and storylines, 2022 has been a year where artists’ creativity is constantly on display and proves the importance of theirRead More →

Langston Hughes | photo: Library of Congress In notes published with her musical score, “Portraits of Langston” from 2007, American composer Valerie Coleman wrote that the Harlem Renaissance of the early 1900s was the first time that the disciplines of visual arts, music and literature celebrated African-American culture.Read More →

Bounce back this month with Dezzy Hollow’s West Coast hip-hop, Golden Hours’ serene jams and Parque De Cometas’ ‘revuelto pop’ Earlier this month experimental pop duo Vákoum, consisting of Kelli (left) and Natalia Rudick-Padilla (right), released a live version of their track ‘A Thought’, from their latest album Linchpin. PhotoRead More →

Throughout the month of February, we immersed ourselves in biophilia and all it has to offer. The word has become a buzzword in the design world, but it’s more than just a trend. Biophilic design is the practice of connecting people and nature in our indoor environments, instead of onlyRead More →

Apologies – we’ve been a bit preoccupied with preparing something special for our 300th issue next month, hence the lack of new music playlists this year so far. But hopefully this selection of bumpers makes up for that. Behold, exciting new things from Fontaines DC, Aldous Harding, Cowboy Junkies, TheRead More →

Robyn Mowatt Robyn Mowatt is an editor at Okayplayer where she… The Week’s Best New Music Videos Include Selections From Deante’ Hitchcock, Tinashe, Buddy, Blxst, And More The most gripping video to arrive this week was Buddy’s “Wait Too Long” featuring Blxst. Obsidian directs the quirky clip. As part ofRead More →

Who is Amir Abar? Well, this young man was born in 2000 in Shiraz, Iran, and from an early age he was seduced by the idea of ​​doing something that could help him stand out from others even in the midst of saturation and competition. For this, he has givenRead More →

Sex appeal is subjective, of course, but sometimes it’s just undeniable that something is jaw-dropping, toe-curling and tongue-sticking. Examples: Harry Styles’ performance in the green feather boa at the 2021 Grammys. Kim Kardashian’s breakthrough cover in 2014 for Paper. Beyoncé, literally always. And while your opinion of the hottest musicRead More →

Director Brent Campanelli has signed with Tuff Contender for commercial representation and music video. Tuff Contender becomes the first production company to represent Campanelli, which has created work for brands such as H&M, Macy’s, McDonald’s, Pepsi, Aveeno and Red Bull, and directed music videos for artists Audrey Mika, Blackbear andRead More →

Robyn Mowatt Robyn Mowatt is an editor at Okayplayer where she… This Week’s Best New Music Videos Include Selections From Doja Cat, Koffee, Ravyn Lenae, Nardo Wick, And More. This week’s top videos feature some selections that are on the mark of the artists who dropped them. A few othersRead More →

Very often you might need money fast. Unfortunately, getting a loan from conventional financial institutions with bad credit can be difficult.Very often you might need money fast. However, there are platforms where you can get instant cash loans even with bad credit. Unlike conventional loans, these short term loans areRead More →

Many people called me an “old soul”. I guess it’s because the idea of ​​living in the 1980s is pure heaven for me, mainly because of the music. The 80s featured some of the greatest musical artists to ever grace our humble planet and they weren’t afraid to strut theirRead More →

A new year brought a new monthly mood for January – minimalism. After the chaos of the holidays and the past two years, downsizing felt like a good starting point for 2022. We turned away from clutter and landed on a clean approach, where monochromatic color palettes, Warm neutral tones,Read More →