Wednesday Video Diversion: November 29, 2017

We’re back! Another Wednesday, another line up of awesome music videos from a diverse array of TuneCore Artists. And keeping in the theme of including weird historical music facts, today marks the 37th anniversary of Swedish pop group ABBA’s last #1 hit, “Super Trouper“, making the charts. Their reign of terror, er, terrible infectious pop hits, came to an end in 1980 with a song that this editor has had an impossibly hard time deciphering/remembering the lyrics to no matter how many times he hears it. Now, on to those videos we spoke of…

Q Da Fool, “Real”


Melotonics, “Me & You”


DJ Peligro, “Perreolandia Vol. 4”


Topaz Jones, “Tropicana”


Lud Foe, “187”


Joyner Lucas, “Winter Blues”


Ghostemane, “Andromeda”


Sada Baby, “Stacy”


YBS Skola, “Shinning”


Babeo Baggins, “Fleas”

Wednesday Video Diversion: November 22, 2017

Happy Wednesday once again! This week we’re getting ready to stuff our faces with turkey and the like, but we’re especially thankful today of our community of awesome TuneCore Artists, who continue to put out great new music and sweet visual components to complement it. Enjoy a handful of those below, and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

 

Mike Stud, “Frio”


L.I. Tha Great, “Can’t Compete (feat. KiD)”


Jena Rose, “Sweet Love”


SYKES, “Younger Mind”


PLYA, “Thinking Of You”


Na Boogz, “Guyza Talk”


Vel The Wonder, “Premeditated”


Cam’ron, “Dime After Dime (feat. Sen City)”


Lonzo Ball, “Big Baller (feat. YERM Team)”


Money Man, “Game”

Wednesday Video Diversion: November 15, 2017

Happy Hump Day, y’all! Today, following last week’s anniversary of the release of Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers), we’re celebrating the birth of the late great Russell Tyrone Jones. You may know him as Ol Dirty Bastard, ODB, Dirt McGirt, or Big Baby Jesus – whichever legendary moniker you prefer, the man was a hip hop icon and an all around folk legend. Here’s to you, ODB! And with that, enjoy this round up of TuneCore Artist music videos.

 

Cam’ron, “Lean”


88GLAM, “12”


Traffic, “Slidin (feat. ScHoolboy Q & T.F.)


CupcakKe, “Exit”


Tasha the Amazon, “Die Every Day”


Mike Hardy, “Lil Shawty”


Albee Al, “I’m a Gee”


Dougie F, “Birthday”


Justina Valentine, “Freedom”


Chad B., “In My Zone (feat. Cascio)”

Wednesday Video Diversion: November 8, 2017

How time flies! Did you know that on this very day back in the year nineteen-hundred seventy-one, UK rockstars Led Zeppelin released their fourth (and perhaps most iconic) LP? Known to most as “Led Zeppelin IV”, the behemoth went on to sell over 37 million copies worldwide. You’ve heard this thing right? I don’t care what kind of music you’re making, if you haven’t dug into it, consider this an assignment. Practically every song on it was/is a hit! So go bump it loudly. Right after you’re done checking out these awesome TuneCore Artist music videos, of course.

Lonzo Ball, “Get Off”


Moccasin Creek, “Hillbilly Rockstar”


Traffic, “All Blue Everything”


Daniel Antopolsky, “Fish Bait Blues”


Mike Sherm, “AssHole”


BlocBoy JB, “Shoot”


Smooky MarGielaa, “Stay 100”


Bed Wettin’ Bad Boys, “Victoria”

Wednesday Video Diversion: November 1, 2017

Nursing a Halloween Candy Hangover? We feel you. Fun fact for the start of November: it was approximately 20 years ago today that Scandinavia’s Aqua rocked the UK Singles Chart with their massive hit, “Barbie Girl”. Likely just by reading that sentence, the chorus of “Barbie Girl” is already stuck in your head! Enjoy that. And enjoy this week’s round-up of TuneCore Artist music videos:

Jae Jin, “Darling U Know”


Epic Rap Battles of History, “Jack The Ripper vs. Hannibal Lecter”


KoBoogie, “Don’t Be Mad At Me (Real Rapid)”


Captain Kidd, “Stay”


SiR, “All In My Head”


DJ SPINALL, “Gimme Luv (feat. Olamide)”


Truett, “Left In The Dark”


Charlie Farley, “It Ain’t Over Yet”

Wednesday Video Diversion: October 25, 2017

Happy Wednesday everyone. This week we’re bringing you a new rundown of awesome TuneCore Artist music videos, and today we’re doing so in honor of the legendary artist Fats Domino, who passed away at the age of 89. A rock and roll / blues and R&B icon, Fats had over 30 of his records on the U.S. Top 40 and five of them sold over one million copies. Thanks for all you did and for paving the way for so many others!



Homerik, “A Song of the Night: Part 1”


Annalé, “Roses”


Z. Rich, “Tranquility”


JMeel, “Official”


Koo Koo Kanga Roo, “Monster Moves (Dance-A-Long)


Sam Lewis, “3/4 Time (Live)”


Nate Evans, “A Lovely Day”


Kojo Stone, “iRather”


SLOWKISS, “Empty Eyes”