In a story that has been circulating for many years now, we think we have finally found the answer. The reason musicians don't get paid what they think they should from YouTube, is basically because they are not worth it. On a side note, we have a "Free Beer for Life" competition running for the first person who brings us the severed heads of anyone involved with Owl City (the music
After hearing that Justin Biebers single "Sorry" was the most streamed video of 2016 (1.8 billion views) and that (s)he has received seven (yes 7, that's not a typo) Grammy Award nominations, we are thinking of changing this sections title from "Culture" to "What the fuck people". As if "real" news is not depressing enough, then this.
Punk memorabilia worth £5m has been torched in the middle of the River Thames. Joe Corre burnt the items on the 40th anniversary of the Sex Pistols debut single. He told the crowd that "punk was never meant to be nostalgic". Dummies of David Cameron, George Osborne and Boris Johnson were among those engulfed in flames as part of the protest. Now that's punk
Ted McDermott, 80, who became an internet star when his son posted videos of him singing in the car has just been signed by Decca Records. A former Butlin's Redcoat, his Carpool Karaoke videos have had more than 40 million views on YouTube . [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-or7OzoALLU[/embed]