Anthony Vincent sings Adele's "Hello" in styles ranging from Alice in Chains to Lionel Richie.
Scooter is the real Slim Shady in this Muppet-fied version of Emiem's "My Name Is".
You know you're doing something right when your 5-year-old daughter can pound out a "Chop Suey" drum cover.
David Bowie didn't make a video for his latest single, he made a short film.
Bryan Cranston, Reggie Watts and James Corden make up the more mature man band M3N NOT BOYZ.
Graham Dunning makes techno using a record player to trigger every individual sound.
Folk rocker Iron & Wine takes on GWAR's heavy metal classic for this episode of Undercover.
An over 100-year-old fairground organ puts a vintage twist on the Queen classic.
A great example of how to fit an entire decade into a five-minute video.
Postmoden Jukebox turns the Guns N' Roses rock classic into a moody ballad.
The Moscow Pipe Band prove bagpipes aren't just for formal ceremonies with their covers of AC/DC and Kiss.
Missy Elliott is back and better than ever with a new track featuring Pharrell.
Even when played on an ancient street instrument, this classic makes you want to bust out a moonwalk.
With some help from James Corden, Alanis Morissette rewrites her 1995 hit for today's generation.
Drake's "Hotline Bling" performed by the real stars of the song: Phones.
Chris Stapleton joins Justin Timberlake at the CMAs for a whiskey-soaked duet of "Drink You Away".
Screen Rant uncovers the secrets behind 10 of cinema's most iconic movie scenes.
6.5 million records later, celebrate the 40th anniversary of the greatest rock song of all time.
Kermit tries to win back the heart of Miss Piggy with this cover of "You Belong To Me".
Weezer is back with a new jam that'll give you some serious cannoli cravings.