Let's reflect on what history has taught us about Axl Rose. To put it succinctly, the man has a penchant for turning planned concert appearances into full-blown riots.
Everyone's heard 'Jingle bells, Batman smells ...' But where the hell did this ridiculous parody come from?
Do you remember Ace of Base? I should tell you something: Ace of Base was probably a bunch of Nazis.
The rappers on this list are the elder gods of writing about sex. You can't help but peer into their words and be driven insane by them.
Like so many other things we do to keep ourselves entertained online, adorable animal videos sometimes come with a dark side.
It turns out some commonly accepted no-talent hacks flip the script and turn out to not just be good at music but really amazing at it.
Thanks to 'Straight Outta Compton,' now seems like a good time to look at a few more famous musicians whose background shenanigans might make for a decent flick.
The things listeners hate about rap music today have been around longer than even most of the people doing the complaining.
If you're a rock star whose defining work came out somewhere between the years of 1969 and 1994, chances are your body and soul have atrophied into tiny prunes thanks to a decades-long carousel of hedonism.
It should come as no surprise that some of the most bizarre and unusual music videos of all time come not from the United States, the country that probably thinks they invented them altogether.