OP sharaga18 - " let me preface by saying that I'm speaking to those that are here because the site is called YESHIVA world news..."
Imagine if an OP asks on YWN: "Is rabbit meat more kosher or less kosher than bacon?"....wouldn't that be inappropriate!
The moshel and nimshal fits this thread.
Those that are here surely follow Reb Moshe's psak: Teshuvot Igrot Moshe 1:160.
Although he writes that it is not required to follow the most stringent opinion of the Bach and the Magen Avraham, he regards the strict opinion of Rav Yosef Karo, which will follow below, to be normative.
Rav Yosef Karo (Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chaim 560:3) rules in accordance with the Rambam’s view, which will follow below, but the Rema cites the opinion of Rashi and Tosafot. The Magen Avraham (560:9) cites the Bach, who rules even more strictly than the Mechaber does. Whereas Rav Yosef Karo rules in accordance with the Rambam’s view presented in the Mishneh Torah, the Magen Avraham and Bach believe that the Rambam’s view presented in his responsum, which will follow below, is normative. They rule that music is always forbidden unless it is of religious content and nature.
The Rambam, Hilchot Taaniot 5:14 holds that instrumental music is entirely forbidden (except in the context of religious music), and vocal music without instrumental accompaniment is permitted only if the singing takes place in a context in which wine is not being consumed. The Tur (Orach Chaim 560) cites a responsum of the Rambam in which he adopts an even stricter stand – even vocal music unaccompanied by instruments and not sung in the content of drinking wine is prohibited.
The Rema mentioned earlier follows Rashi and Tosfos:
Rashi (commenting on Gittin 7a) indicates that the prohibition is limited to singing in a tavern. Tosafot (ibid) support Rashi’s contention by citing the aforementioned Mishnah in Sotah. Tosafot argue that this source leads us to conclude that the prohibition applies only to playing music in a drinking house. Tosafot also add two important points:
First, they state that it is inappropriate to listen to music excessively. Tosafot cite as proof an anecdote that appears in the Jerusalem Talmud (Megillah 3:2), in which Mar Ukba (a Talmudic authority) chastised the Exilarch (Reish Galuta) for listening to music when going to sleep and waking up – i.e., excessively.
Second, they state that music that is played in the context of a mitzvah, such as at a wedding celebration, is entirely permissible. The Rambam (Hilchot Taaniot 5:14) similarly writes that it is permissible to play music of a religious nature. The origin of this exception dates back at least to the Geonic era, as Rav Hai Gaon espouses this approach. This exception is codified in the Shulchan Aruch (Orach Chaim 560:3) virtually uncontested.
As stated, Reb Moshe paskens according to the strict opinion of Rav Yosef Karo.
In any event, the OP is "speaking to those that are here because the site is called YESHIVA world news" who certainly adhere to Reb Moshe's psak.
We do NOT listen to ANY modern so-called "Jewish" music (except at a simcha). Certainly not music VIDEOS. They ALL do not conform with halacha.
To question if some are more kosher or less kosher than others is like asking on the YWN if rabbit meat is more kosher than bacon!
THAT IS INAPPROPRIATE!