Nathaniel Rateliff parodies Britney Spears’ sexy “S.O.B.” videos

A few days ago, former teen pop queen Britney Spears posted a few video to her Instagram showing her writhing around in a black bikini to the tune of Nathaniel Rateliff's now thoroughly saturated hit single, "S.O.B." Rateliff's camp didn't know (or approve) of Spears using the song in their video, but they did respond to Spears earlier today, as Rateliff posted a video of himself gyrating suggestively to "S.O.B." in a black bikini of his own.

Premiere: One Flew West’s “Too Many Cooks”-inspired video for “Had it All”

Denver pop-rock band One Flew West is gearing up for a big year, with a tour and new material in the works. To kick things off, the band has just released a music video for their latest single, "Had It All." The video features the members of One Flew West as increasingly ridiculous characters in a '90s sitcom credits intro, a la the hilarious and nightmarish viral video, "Too Many Cooks." The band shot the video with the help of Denver's Perplexity Pictures and the University of Colorado's CAM Records class, which is currently assisting One Flew West with their publicity.

Alabama Shakes play outtake on “The Late Show”

Last night, southern rock outfit Alabama Shakes played "Joe," an outtake from their new album, "Sound and Color," on Stephen Colbert's "Late Show." Related: Our review of the Alabama Shakes' "Sound and Color." The song builds around a trio of soulful backup singers that suit Howard's delivery as wine suits, well, more wine.

The legal battle over this video of a baby dancing to a Prince song continues By SUDHIN THANAWALA, Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal appeals court Monday cleared the way for a trial in a copyright lawsuit over a YouTube video showing a baby dancing to the Prince song "Let's Go Crazy." The lawsuit was filed by the baby's mother, Stephanie Lenz, after Universal Music sent a notice to YouTube demanding the video be taken down for violating the song's copyright.