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I'm not sure the video killed the radio guy, but it certainly makes for an entertaining topic of discussion, or even a musical classic. If you've ever wondered what would be the result if you just search for video, you won't be disappointed, but maybe try adding a second word to the phrase, you might find what you're looking for.

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YouTube denizen Todrick Hall makes a spot-on parody of the opening number from Beauty and the Beast, imagining what the movie would be like if Belle lived in the ghetto.

And as a bonus, keep your eyes peeled for a cameo from Antoine "Hide Yo' Kids" Dodson. HE'S BACK, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

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Lana Del Rey's latest music video couldn't have been made by anyone but Lana Del Rey and her crack team of nostalgia-soaked aesthetes. LDR begins with an (admittedly horrible) Marilyn Monroe impression, then jumps right into an Instagram-filtered montage of her best Jackie O impressions, if Jackie O was a booty-droppin', dice-playing mob queen, with rapper A$ap Rocky as her JFK. It's the blend of nostalgia and gangsta swag that she's been doing her whole career, and it's only up to you at this point to decide if you love it or hate it.

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Histrionic rock band Muse just released a trailer for the upcoming album, The 2nd Law. If the hammy Hans Zimmer-esque soundtrack and the melodramatic end-of-the-world news ticker is starting to seem predictable, just wait until it's about a minute and a half into the video. SPOILER: There's a drop.

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Today is the 15th anniversary of the Notorious B.I.G.'s death. He is sorely missed by 90s-era hip-hop fans and child care providers alike.

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Someone was bound to do it eventually, but luckily the person who did it could do it well. Scenes from Woody Allen's latest movie, Midnight in Paris (nominated for Best Picture at the upcoming Academy Awards), are spliced with Jay-Z and Kanye West's "Ni**as in Paris." Note the neat dialogue switch at 2:30 if nothing else.

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A thoughtful discussion of race and music for your Sunday afternoon.

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Or, more accurately, Samuel L. Jackson's classic reading of the timeless children's bedtime story "Go the F**k to Sleep" gets remixed into a soothing lullaby.

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That one guy from that one song about hip kids and bullets turns seven today! I guess the "kicks" he sings about are baby shoes.

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The songs, in order, are: Bop it -> Toxic (Tetris Theme) -> Sk8er Boy (Bop it, Don't Stop Believing) -> All the Small Things (Bop It, Don't Stop Believing) -> Bop it Interlude -> Pokemon Theme (Bop it -> Basket Case) -> Basket Case (Take On Me) -> Bop it Interlude -> How to Save a Life (Banana Phone) -> Snow, How to Save a Life -> Somebody Told Me (Bop it, Hey Ya) -> Hey Ya (I Want it That Way) -> I Want it That Way -> Bop it Interlude -> End