Elton John hopped in the car with James Corden for a ride on a rainy day through Los Angeles. Along the way, the two sing the classics that mad Elton a star. View Now
The Carolina Panthers are set to take on the Denver Broncos is Sunday's Big Game, but the team's not alone. They'll have a lot of little fans rooting for them back home. Polo Ridge Elementary in Charlotte sent their "Just believe and keep pounding" message to the team in the form of a song. View Now
While Robert Matthew Van Winkle has been busy over on the DIY Network, his work as Vanilla Ice from the early nineties is still impacting the lives of countless people. Recently, a Maid of Honor used Ice's old hit to rap her own version of the song during her sister's wedding. As Ice would say: Love it or leave it, you better gain way; her song was a hit, the kid don't play.
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Super Bowl 50 is bringing all sorts of people together with love and football, including Seal and fans born in the Super Bowl era. The singer joined football fans for a parody of one of his greatest love songs of all time to celebrate one of the greatest games of all time. View Now
People making music with the iPhone's assistant Siri is trending online. Joey Muha and iPhone's assistant Siri collaborated to create this amazing music. Muha joined the RightThisMinute hosts to discuss his viral music video. Check out the musician on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Chris Martin apparently didn't have a ride to San Francisco, which was a huge problem since Coldplay is performing in the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. Luckily for him, James Corden was out for a drive and "just happened" to spot him on the side of the road. Luckily for us, they sang the whole way. View Now
Singer, songwriter, and former contestant on America's Got Talent Stacey kay was in South Carolina shopping for tweezers when something happened. A feeling came upon her she knew quite well, and knew she couldn't shake.
She got the music in her. View Now
The Piano Guys are a group of talented musicians who can do incredible things with keys and strings. So when the guys decided to introduce Adele's Hello to Mozart's Lacrimosa — the result was nothing short of stunning. Listen! View Now
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are #relationshipgoals. Before their daughters — Lincoln and Delta — were born, the couple took a trip to Africa to dance in the rain and do some hardcore lip syncing to Toto’s class song “Africa.”
The married duo posted the video to the family's YouTube channel along with the message, "This was our last trip before having kids. Our sole objective was to rage hard and honor Toto properly. Hope you enjoy.”
Toto has since responded to the media frenzy:
Looks like Zayne is really trying to distance himself from his former boyband days. The singer just dropped the video for his debut single Pillowtalk and it's sexy. Blood, sex and Gigi Hadid... Dang! View Now
Watch presidential candidates Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Hilary Clinton and others spit verses like they're straight outta N.W.A. Yeah, you're welcome. View Now
WARNING: Mary Jane's an adult topic
During a stop at Los Angeles' Power 106, radio host J Cruz asked Wiz Khalifa if he could write to any beat. When the rapper responded with a "I have to feel it," Cruz decided to put him to the test with Adele's hit Hello. As soon as that now famous chorus began to play, Khalifa put a stoner twist on it. Watch!
This fantasy football league loser parodied Selena Gomez’s “Good For You” music video as punishment — and it may be the greatest thing ever. Daniel Domnitch posted the video on his YouTube channel along with the caption: "Daniel lost in Fantasy Football. Daniel had to make a music video. Daniel stinks. Don’t be like Daniel.” but it looks like he pretty much nailed every sexy scene. In our opinion, he’s the real winner here. View Now
Autotune has been used for both good and evil in the music world, but this time, it was used for the laughs. Tom Mabe sat in on a recording session with the band Linkin' Bridge, but wasn't there to enjoy their talent. View Now
"Siri what's one trillion to the tenth power..."
Probably the last thing you were expecting, right? Well, turns out Siri's got some beatboxing skills and when you add the vocals — the music gets even better!
Ladies this little guy's about to melt your heart with his performance of Thomas Rhett's Die a Happy Man. It's too cute and his guitar sounds are the best part! View Now
Grammy-winner Miguel covered David Bowie's "Space Oddity" during an intimate show before 300 people at Los Angeles club Bardot Monday night, paying respect to the late legend with a simple yet wonderful rendition of his song. View Now
Kate Hudson joined Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show and the two decided to have a little fun with the very popular Dubsmash app. And if you thought your Dubsmash game was strong, just wait until you see these two mouth the immortal words of Who Let the Dogs Out. View Now
It's only a matter of time before some hip hop star puts this in an actually song... View Now
Tribal-Tools has developed a new instrument that looks and sounds unlike any other musical instrument. Watch as real musicians test the Kadabra and instantly fall in love with it. View Now
Before Frozen, the adorable Claire's favorite song was Part of Your World from Disney's Little Mermaid. And this little princess can sing it! Prepare yourself, this one's too cute! View Now
This is definitely the song Cam Newton's going to be bumping before the NFC Championship. View Now
The only thing that would have made this better is if Tom Hanks joined James Corden for this bit. Because 1988's "Big" was wonderful, and we're all about nostalgia. But Sean Hayes and Corden are just fine, and they play Justin Bieber's "Sorry" wonderfully on the big piano. View Now
Justin Bieber is crushing it right now. We have Bieber Fever like it was 2010. Postmodern Jukebox is feeling it, too, giving a New Orleans jazz spin on Bieber's newest hit, "Love Yourself." And now we have Bieber Fever like it's 1920. View Now
Winter Storm Jonas is about to wreck some stuff on the East Cast, so the Philadelphia Police Department has a message for people in the area, through this Drake parody. And the message is simple: Don't be an offending spot saver and try to save your shoveled-out parking spot. Philadelphia is a #NoSavesies city. View Now