40 years ago, MTV burst onto television screens and introduced music videos as true artistic mediums. Things haven’t been the same since 2021 marked the 40th anniversary of MTV’s launch. When the music channel debuted, it changed the music industry and was one of the major contributors to the cultureRead More →

2021 has been a year of many new things for all of us, from new adventures to new Netflix shows to new COVID variants. Dallas artists have used their year after the COVID hibernation of 2020 to start making art again. It may have been the collective ‘leg stretch’, butRead More →

Most of the stars of the 90 Day Fiancé franchise stay in the limelight when their stints in reality are over, and some gain attention through music video appearances. More 90 day fiancé stars don’t shy the spotlight once their seasons are over, and it’s time to talk about theRead More →

As the subject of mental health continues to evolve and become less taboo, it has increasingly found its way into artistic mediums. Music is one of the most powerful ways people communicate and relate to each other in a viscerally human way. The melody mixed with meaningful lyrics can makeRead More →

Each month, we list the most memorable clips and celebrate artists who innovate with their visuals. 6. Drake: “Sexy Way 2” [ft. Future and Young Thug] Director: Dave Meyers With a sample of Right Said Fred narcotized and tense verses that died on arrival, “Way 2 Sexy” doesn’t sound veryRead More →

Fela Anikulapo Kuti is popularly known as the founder of Afrobeats in Nigeria through his music where he used traditional Afro sounds to preach political activism, bad governance and deep life lessons, making it a soundtrack for generations of Nigerians. Lover of African culture and pure and hard traditionalist, FelaRead More →

Rock band Listener exclusively presents the brand new music video for “There’s Money in the Walls”. Hailing from Kansas City, Listener is made up of singer and bassist Dan Smith, drummer Kris Rochelle and guitarist Jon Terrey. By creating self-labeled ‘spoken music’, the band describes their sound as an ‘almostRead More →