Tagged - YouTube

Queens, wigs, and RuPaul

I recently delved into a whole new side of the YouTube and of pop culture: the fantastic realm that is RuPaul’s “Drag Race.”

‘Sad Rap’ sounds pretty good

For those who don't know, Jonathan Leandoer is a musical visionary from Sweden who became popular in 2013 with his polarizing rap mixtape, "Unknown Death 2002."

Ultraviolet meshes hip hop, nature

Part of the reason Ultraviolet's YouTube channel is so wonderful is because his videos are simple yet inspiring, just like his beats.

A whole new ‘Worldview’

"Global Worldwide" isn't so much creepy as it is futuristic.

Al Qadiri ahead of her time

Qadiri has some of the most visually stimulating and enchanting music videos I've ever seen.

“madcatlady” is a work of art

“madcatlady's” videos are insanely creepy. The characters and music in her videos are the stuff of nightmares.

“theneedledrop” is more than a review

Look, “theneedledrop,” a.k.a Anthony Fantano, is literally one of the greatest music reviewers of all time.

‘Dylan’s Couch’ is very comfortable

“Dylan's Couch” is a 2007-2008 YouTube series that features Dylan, a 14-year old who shares anecdotes of his life in school, at home, and with friends.

‘Regular Cars’ for regular people

For a car enthusiast who loves to think about makes and models of normal, everyday cars, “Regular Cars” is a dream come true.

‘Ratboy Genius’ produces warm, cozy, Internet feelings

Ratboy Genius stands as an example that creative genius still exists in pure form these days—you just have to look a little harder to find it.