The rebirth of music videos

Everyone has been saying that the music video is dying.  MTV has, in the past decade, essentially given up on it.  Now we see MTV and Muchmusic and VH1 and all the others focusing way more on other programming.  We get awful ‘dramas’ like The Hills, or people hurting each other (Jackass).  Hell, even The Real World, or My Super Sweet 16 are enough to make you long for the days of cheesy midi keyboards and hilarious fades.

Either way, I think you’ll all appreciate the new MTV Music site:


There are more than enough videos on there to keep you busy.

Then again, you could probably find most of these on Youtube anyways.

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