Music Video

There's A More Honest Way To Depict Mental Illness In Media

Sandy Kiaizadeh | Posted 01.25.2017 | Canada Living
Sandy Kiaizadeh

We continue to be bombarded with graphically depicted messages that either romanticize suicide in terms of simplistic Romeo and Juliet dreck, or unfairly portray those in the midst of a mental illness crisis as "mad." We start believing falsehoods that keep perpetuating negative stereotypes and stigma.

What Should Happen To Prince's Unreleased Music?

Reggie Ramone | Posted 05.19.2017 | Canada Music
Reggie Ramone

What truly sets Prince's estate apart from most deceased musicians is what he left behind: a personal vault of 2000 works of unreleased music. To put it in perspective, there is enough music to release one album every year for the next century. I know what you're thinking: What will happen to all of this music, and will we ever hear it?

If You Only Listen To One Adele Cover, Make Sure It's This One

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 11.06.2015 | Canada Living

It'll give you goosebumps.

Nicki Minaj Doesn't Have Time for Bad Blood With Taylor Swift

Sadiya Ansari | Posted 07.22.2016 | Canada Living
Sadiya Ansari

Nicki Minaj identified an industry preference for what is seen as attractive, acceptable and what should be rewarded. It shouldn't be surprising that black artists feel some type of way when their cultural influence is undeniable but remains unrecognized. It is, however, surprising that the industry that still makes money off the backs of black artists still doesn't take them seriously.

Blind 10-Year-Old Sings B.B. King Classic, Internet Falls In Love

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 08.13.2014 | Canada Music

Most children his age haven't even heard of B.B. King, but 10 year old Felix De St-Hilaire's rendition "Everyday I Have The Blues" has everyone thrill...

Music, Squared: Google Reveals The Cube

AFP | Posted 07.03.2014 | Canada Music

The Cube, Google's latest flight of technological fancy, is trying to change the way we listen to songs and watch and interact with video. Describe...

Raghav Is The Biggest Canadian Star You've Probably Never Heard Of

HuffPost Canada Music | Anupa Mistry | Posted 03.25.2014 | Canada Music

When Raghav Mathur left Calgary in 2000 for music school in the UK, he was only looking for the kind of convivial support and collaboration most music...

These Music Videos Are So Cinematic They Deserve Oscars

HuffPost Canada Music | Anne T. Donahue | Posted 02.27.2014 | Canada Music

The Oscars are coming, and there's nothing anybody can do about it. So with movies on our minds, we figured the upcoming ceremonies would be the perfe...

Barenaked Ladies 'Odds Are' Video Is Reason To Give Thanks

HuffPost Canada Music | Posted 10.11.2013 | Canada Music

Twenty-five years into their reign as Canada's most genial export, it's hard to imagine that anyone could have ever been offended by their silly name....

WATCH: Feminist "Blurred Lines" Parody Briefly Banned By YouTube

HuffPost Canada Music | Posted 09.04.2013 | Canada Music

Robin Thicke's mega-hit "Blurred Lines" was basically asking for a parody -- the song's been criticized as "rapey" ever since it aired earlier this su...

WATCH: Librarians Remake Beastie Boys' 'Sabotage' Video

HuffPost Canada Music | Joshua Ostroff | Posted 10.21.2013 | Canada Music

Few music videos are quite as indelible as Beastie Boys 'Sabotage.' Nearly 20 years later, every frame of Spike Jonze's 70s cop show approach to the ...

Corey Feldman's Music Video Is As Amazing As You Imagine

HuffPost Canada Music | Joshua Ostroff | Posted 07.12.2013 | Canada Music

Imma let you finish, but Corey Feldman just made one of the greatest music videos of all time. Yes, music video, and it's apparently the first single ...

WATCH: Barenaked Ladies' 'Boomerang' Video

HuffPost Canada Music | Aaron Brophy | Posted 05.29.2013 | Canada Music

The Barenaked Ladies have released the new music video for their song "Boomerang" and HuffPost has the exclusive first look. "Boomerang," the first...

The Best Music Video of 2012 Wasn't Gangnam Style

Danko Jones | Posted 02.27.2013 | Canada Music
Danko Jones

Although 2012 was a landmark year for music videos, where "Gangnam Style had one billion hits and bands like "Walk Off The Earth" got 142 million views for simply covering Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know," it was also a year in which the greatest video I have ever seen was released to comparatively little fanfare.

Attention Getter: Girl Walk All Day

The Huffington Post Canada | Rebecca Zamon | Posted 12.01.2011 | Canada Living

It's a big world out there, with plenty of things clamouring for our attention. But there are the things we keep returning to, the ones we can't get e...