A compilation of some awesome things people have done during 2014.
Musician and science geek Nigel John Stanford demonstrates that by harnessing the power of musical vibrations, different patterns can be created.
Music genius DJ Earworm mashed all of the past year’s most popular hits into one single mash up song which he calls Do What You Wanna Do.
Musical duo Us The Duo reviews the past year in pop music in this music montage, covering hits like Happy, Chandelier, Shake It Off, and more with just their voices and a keyboard.
Popular online violinist Lindsey Stirling is trending online after debuting her latest music video.
Singer Andrew Huang went viral in 2013 with his song where he packed 26 music genres into one performance.
Walk off the Earth create a tribute to Taylor Swift’s smash hit “Shake It Off” using a bunch of shakers!
Japanese drummer Senri Kawaguchi is only sixteen, but she has already made a name for herself in the music world.
Dutch father Theresialyceum Tilburg recorded this video of his young teenage daughter performing the Downton Abbey song on piano.
T-Pain’s fingerprints are all over pop and R&B and hip-hop. He wasn’t the first musician to use Auto-Tune as an instrument — he noticed it on a Jennifer Lopez remix, and remembers “Deep” well — but it was, as he says, his style.
Brett Domino returns with a special Halloween guide to making a hit pop song.
Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs is a cover artist master, recreating popular songs in countless different styles and genres.
Kids are often scared of monsters under the bed or of ghosts in the closet. Animation Domination High-Def reminds viewers to remember this Halloween, monsters and goblins have got nothing on real life.
“SHIA LABEOUF” is a song by Rob Cantor. It tells the true story of an actual cannibal.