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Spotify's 'Genius Annotations' Are Painfully Obvious And People Are Cracking Up

By Mustafa Gatollari

Back before the days of YouTube, people would have to watch music videos on TV, believe it or not.

Now if you wanted to request a video, you'd have to pay a service called TheBox, call it in, and they'd charge your credit car $2 for three music videos or a dollar for one. Otherwise, you'd just watch MTV, BET, or VH1.

VH1 would play older songs a lot of the time, which didn't make it too popular with the younger crowd, but I personally loved it because of one program: pop-up video.