No Problem! Ariana Grande’s “Problem” Featuring Iggy Azalea Hits 7 Million Views In 4 Days!

Ariana Grande Promo Photo

Perhaps performing the song on the iHEARTRADIO Awards and The Billboard Awards with Iggy Azalea helped "Problem", Ariana Grande's new video hit 7 million view on YouTube in 4 days.

We knew Grande would be huge but the hate she receives from other artists was surprising. Rihanna? What's the matter Bae?-DocFB

Diagnosis: 1 problem. Can't lip sync in a video to save her life. Oh well. The problems a real singer has. If that is it and expands her range, Ariana will go far.




PRINCE & 3RDEYEGIRL are set to present the first award of the night at the Brit Awards in the next few hours. At this time that is all they are scheduled for. You can watch the event live from anywhere in the world for the first time!

It airs on YT at 8 P.M. in London, 9 P.M. in Berlin, 3 P.M. in New York, 2 P.M. in Minneapolis, 12 P.M. in Los Angeles, and 7 A.M. in Sydney!

Also, if you have the Fuse network in the U.S., it will air there...but not live. It will air the show 2 hours later, depending on if you get the East Coast feed of the network. If you get the West Coast feed, will air 5 hours later.-DocFB

Diagnosis: Make sure to watch the event LIVE world-wide for the first time ever.  Thanks to LV for creating the image above and several others over the past year.



Photo Of The Moment: Lady Gaga At The YouTube Awards

Lady Gaga Photo: GettyImages.com

Our photo of the moment is of Lady Gaga at the YouTube awards on Sunday dressed up like the cover art for "Dope" her latest single.

Usually, we tell people to smile for pictures. This time, we think it is better if she doesn't.-DocFB

Lady Gaga Photo: GettyImages.com

Diagnosis: Oh Lady Extravaganza.....


Billboard Editor Slams Lady Gaga For Questionable Promotion Of “Applause”

Billboard YouTube  Photo: baeblemusic.com

Billboard editor Bill Werde is taking aim at Lady Gaga for what he feels is unfair and questionable promotion for her latest single "Applause" with a contest and a link that allowed you to watch her new video 150 times in a row.

Billboard is taking exception to the tweet she has since deleted where it allowed you to watch the "Applause" video 150 times in a row on YouTube. YouTube views now count towards chart positions so Billboard is upset that she was trying to manipulate the charts. Gaga and other Interscope acts had views taken away from them late last year as Billboard was about to implement the views into chart positions.

Lady Gaga Artpop Promo

Also, Gaga was and still is asking for her fans to buy multiple digital copies of "Applause" along with screen shots of radio requests, selfies/video and the fan who did it the most would be flown out to see her perform at the iTunes Festival in London.

Bill Werde took to Twitter to explain his frustration with Gaga.

To see Bill's tweets and our diagnosis, click here!


“Breakfast Can Wait” As PRINCE Unleashes Live Videos On YouTube!

Breakfast Can Wait Digital Single Cover

Showing Prince's sense of humor, he re-released "Breakfast Can Wait" on 3rdEyeTunes.com with a digital cover of Dave Chappelle dressed as Prince.


As Prince was joining Twitter, he was releasing live videos on YouTube but taking them down only after a few hours. It seems some are staying up....for now.

For 6 LIVE clips of PRINCE & 3rdEyeGirl, click here!!!!!


Watch Now!!! PRINCE & 3rdEyeGirl Live Clips From Paradiso!!!! Update! Now You See ‘Em…

Prince 3rdEyeGirl Paradiso Image By LV

We have a feeling that PRINCE & 3rdEyeGirl have been listening to your requests to be able to watch the 3rd Eye TV Livestreams at anytime...and they are delivering!

UPDATE: 2 of the 3 videos have been made available again.  

The 3 clips shown from the Paradiso Amsterdam 3rdEyeGirl show are now up on YouTube! "Screwdriver" (above) and "Bambi" and "Let's Go Crazy Reloaded" featuring Frankenstein are also available.

To access the other 2 PRINCE & 3rdEyeGirl live clips, click here!!


Billboard To Start Counting YouTube Views: “Harlem Shake” Hits #1 Under New Rules

Billboard YouTube  Photo: baeblemusic.com

"Harlem Shake" was a song that had 18,000 downloads last year when it was released. 18,000 when it was a FREE download. 4,000 YouTube videos were made for the song just last week, and it had over a 100 million YouTube views, and 262,000 PAID downloads and is now number 1 on the Billboard Charts after not charting at all when it was first released.

Billboard made a ballsy move last week that was being discussed behind the scenes for almost 2 years with YouTube. The writing was on the wall when YouTube started taking away millions of hits from artists like Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber, stating the hit count was fabricated.

Psy had a huge hit with "Gangnam Style"..but only hit number 2 on the Billboard Charts. This move would have moved Psy into number 1 where he most likely would have ruled the charts for months. The video itself along with other people's videos will now count towards the Billboard Charts.

Make no mistake; this move had to happen. With MTV, VH1, and BET rarely playing music videos, YouTube became the outlet to get videos out. Video play on TV used to play a huge part in the 80's and 90's with the video channels where the times it played could impact if the song made it into the top 10 or not.

Most of the "Harlem Shake" videos are 30-35 seconds in length and Billboard will need to incorporate if there is going to be minimum of how long a song needs to be to count towards the charts.

Although "Thrift Shop" by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis was the most downloaded trakc with over 400,000 download sales, it could not compete with the viralness (Yes, we are making up words) of the "Harlem Shake" this week.

This needed to be done but they are going to need to change certain things like length of the videos make. The system could easily be manipulated with several large fan communities like Bieber or Gaga asking their fans to make videos for their songs.

I applaud Billboard for making their charts relevant again and talked about all at once. They are going to also find a way to find out which songs are the most "social media active" on Twitter and others without it being paid for like back in the day.-DocFB

Diagnosis: What Do U Think Of Billboard Adding YouTube Views To The Charts?