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Christian Leave’s approach to singing is rooted in music history
Christian Leave’s approach to singing is rooted in music history
Oklahoma's Christian Leave may have earned fame making six-second clips on an app, but it’s what lies in his family lineage that’s going to make him go down in history for far longer than that. The 21-year-old indie songwriter, like his musically inclined great-grandparents before him, has an attraction to the big and the bold. His sound ...
guccihighwaters digs up the past in video for nothing,nowhere. collab—watch
guccihighwaters digs up the past in video for nothing,nowhere. collab—watch
Following the release of his sophomore album, joke's on you, guccihighwaters has shared a new music video for “rock bottom.” The blackbear-produced track samples an iconic Vine we all know and love. Featuring nothing,nowhere., the song centers around two people who can’t give up their toxic relationship and don’t want to admit they have problems. “rock bottom” opens...
These 10 artists’ hilarious posts really make us wish Vine still existed
These 10 artists’ hilarious posts really make us wish Vine still existed
Is there anybody who's not on TikTok? (OK, maybe you know some people in government who aren't.) But before you go raving about how great that platform is, we'd like to pause and discuss Vine. Remember that social media portal? You had six seconds to film yourself in the most entertaining way and send it out into the world...
10 musicians’ posts that prove Vine was the best thing on the internet
10 musicians’ posts that prove Vine was the best thing on the internet
Many of you know the tragic story about the death of Vine. One day it was here, and the next day it was gone forever in 2017. Comedy lovers around the world feared there would be no more videos to join the ranks of “Hi, welcome to Chili’s” or “Look at all those chickens.” Other apps tried to r...
The “That shit hurted” kid from Vine actually shreds
The “That shit hurted” kid from Vine actually shreds
Finally, a Vine success story. Videos of the “That shit hurted” kid absolutely shredding on his skateboard have surfaced on Twitter and they are nothing short of incredible. Read more: “Don’t be a d**k, Steve,” ‘The Office’ cast want a reboot Back in the days of Vine (RIP), the “That shit hurted” kid became an icon for emotionally-hurting people everywhere. The original Vine shows Korion Steea's a
Vine follow-up set to release sooner than we could have imagined
Vine follow-up set to release sooner than we could have imagined
Whatever happened to Vine 2 anyway? While Vine itself may be dead and gone forever (RIP), we will not have to wait much longer for its follow-up, Byte. The app will release as early as next spring.  Read more: You can eat just like Buddy The Elf at this restaurant According to Buzzfeed, users will be ready to use Byte by spring of 2019. Believed...
Vine adds music sharing features to app
Vine adds music sharing features to app
Good news for music fans who use the popular video sharing app, Vine. The app announced a few new features on Thursday night that aim to help creators share their favorite music with followers. Read more: Twitter CEO says company sucks at “dealing with abuse and trolls” Among the new features is the ability to add music from your phone's library directly to video clips, an easier tool for creating