Music Lists

12 of the Best Music Videos from 2010

It's always a good time to go down memory lane.

What better way to spend your time than to go down memory lane?

Lots of great music is turning 10 this year, but music videos are a whole other category of nostalgia. Below, here are just a few of our favorite music videos from 2010 to make you miss the good old days of destroyed denim, the best of Kanye West before his "crazy motherf*cker" days, and Katy Perry wearing a whipped cream bra.

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Music Lists

Slept On: New Releases from UnoTheActivist, SahBabii, and More

SahBabii, UnoTheActivist and more make up this weeks under appreciated releases

Juice WRLD's posthumous release, Legends Never Die, has already sold over 400,000 copies, putting it in the running for the biggest release of 2020.

Meanwhile, Summer Walker confidently returns with a sleek new E.P., Kid Cudi and Marshall Mathers unite for the first time, James Blake quietly dropped a shadowy new track, and H.E.R. added a splash of reggae flavor to her new track "Do To Me." While it was a big week for the mainstream, it was equally as massive for the underground. Upcoming mumble emcee SahBabii's released an infectious collection of wavy, levitative hip-hop, and the iconic Fresh Veggies duo of Casey Veggies and Rockie Fresh return for their second outing. Check out the latest underground releases below.

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Mac Miller's 2010 Mixtape "K.I.D.S." Is Now Available On Streaming Services

Listen to the beloved late rapper's breakthrough project.

The late Mac Miller's breakthrough mixtape, K.I.D.S., is now finally available on streaming services for the first time.

Growing up in Pittsburgh, Miller released three mixtapes before he turned 18: But My Mackin' Ain't Easy, The Jukebox: Prelude to Class Clown, and The High Life. These caught the attention of independent hip-hop label Rostrum, then home to an up-and-coming Wiz Khalifa. Rostrum signed Miller and released K.I.D.S. in 2010 on the mixtape-sharing service DatPiff, transforming the relatively unknown rhymemaker into one of the decade's most inspiring underdog success stories.

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