Denzel Curry's ominous banger "Ultimate" became a perfect, if unlikely, Vine soundtrack, taking the tail-end of the 6-seconds to that very necessary next level. But the small details-- Dre laughing off getting a job, the little kid dancing, the modified cars, the stocked fridge, the tracking shots through Snoop's house-- helped construct a panorama of an emerging cultural phenomenon.
Get instant notifications from Economic Times Allow Not now. OT Genesis's video for "CoCo" was already lowkey ridiculous on its own, but Vine added another layer of absurdity to the catchy anthem. A mere photo opportunity of different parties: Adding a song to a photo or video on Facebook works in the same way the feature functions on Instagram.
MTV's ability to place a song and musician into the pop music conversation was unparalleled at the time, and by the end of the decade that meant absurd levels of both financial and creative commitment to music videos.
Baby One More Time" altered the landscape of pop culture so quickly in large part because they were delivered to all corners of the U.
Find this comment offensive? The alt-rock boom pushed some artists into a brighter spotlight with larger music video budgets. A suburban woman reportedly posted R. Young Thug's breakout hit, "Stoner" introduced the world to the Atlanta rapper's off-kilter delivery, and Vine users borrowed the relatable hook and I feel like Fabo catchphrase to produce some excellent content.
Wilco "Outtasight Outta Mind " [dir: Invest Now. Play Slideshow.
Bobby Shmurda, "Hot Nigga". The Verve wound up in hoc to Rolling Stones manager Allen Klein for lifting the central string sample of their defining single; they also lifted the general concept of the song's video, this time from Massive Attack's "Unfinished Sympathy".
But the track ended up skyrocketing out of regional fame, and earning a platinum plaque, because of Vines like the one above.
Adam Bernstein; 1994] This goofy, highly re-watchable video from the ex-Pixies singer is pretty much what's good about the above two videos combined into one clip. The Verve "Bittersweet Symphony" [dir: OT Genesis, "CoCo". Walter Stern; 1997]. City Life.
Kelis] "Got Your Money" [dir: Scott Plagenhoef. Denzel Curry, "Ultimate".