Just listen. This is phenomenal.
PewDiePie has been at the top of YouTube sub counts for the past several years, even surpassing the entirety of the YouTube movies catagory. That’s right; PewDiePie is bigger than movies. Recently, however, PewDiePie has been up against some corporate competition for the top spot. They are T-Series, a bollywood music company based in India, acting as India’s version of Vevo, if you will. The sub count has come close several times, even reaching as low as 14,000 subscribers ahead of T-Series (keep in mind this is a 14,000 subscriber gap between two channels with over 70 million subscribers). That was until ‘Pewd’s’ received community & content creator support, which resulted in over 540,000 subscribers that day! The fight continues, and I decided to do what I can to help. Make a video of my own!read more
bbno$ (baby no money) is by far my favourite small time rapper. He’s from Vancouver, so that’s a bonus. I’ll attach his new video for his new song dubbed “Money Conversation” which pretty much sums his whole vibe up nicely.
An unlikely banger, all weaved together by a beautifully simplistic video. One of the first videos released posthumously by XXX that doesn’t completely dodge the fact he is dead. I love it.
The late rapper, Jahseh ‘XXXTentacion’ Onfroy has released his first single (not including features) since he passed away. The song releases alongside the announcement of ‘Skins’ the first of multiple posthumous albums suspected to eventually be released. ‘Skins’ drops on December 7th, 2018.
The album is one of three albums Jahseh was actively working on for release in 2018, starting with his album ‘?’ which was able to release before his death, and to which brought him massive mainstream success. The other, is supposedly named ‘Bad Vibes Forever’ which is a tout to his fashion brand. It is unknown if Bad Vibes Forever was adequately completed, or if it will be able to make it to release in 2018, as X himself proposed. Listen the the new single below:
EDM artist, DJ, and producer Tim Bergling a.k.a. Avicii has passed away today. He was 28 years old. From reading the articles announcing his death, I learned he had been struggling with alcoholism for quite some time. However, that’s not what I want to focus on in this post, rather, I’d like to speak briefly about the influence his music had on me when I was younger.
I wrote a paper for my Grade 12 politics class that got a 91%. I don’t really see any reason to post it on this site, but it’s my site, so, I can do what I want. In this paper I take a political stance on the United Nations. Enjoy.