Mix Club January 2010
Wait, I forget what Mix Club is.
Mix Club January 2010
In keeping with the horrible trend of White Reggae that I have touched on a little bit in the past, here is a fine, fine gem courtesy of the Canadians. This is basically what my band in high school sounded like, except:
My band in HS was only 2 people
It was comprised of a Jew and a Chinese kid
We didn't sing about or smoke weed
We were never filmed
Outside of that, the below video is pretty much exactly like my band Bitchass.
via Hey Mister
THANK GOD now I can finally stop furiously rubbing my rosaries together for the man. Remember this song? This song is so good. The Neptunes man, they were on 100% fire from like 99 to 2005 or whenever Drop It Like It's Hot came out. Did they have a better beat that was more insane that came out afterwards? Not really I don't think. Everybody Nose? Ugh. That song was a pair of Ugh Boots. But Danger is perfect!
Mystikal screaming at the top of his lungs at incredible speeds, plus he's really funny, plus I think I heard somewhere that he used to be a drill sergeant? Brilliant. Also, check out the high-concept video here -- IT WAS ALL A CRAZY DREAM. While it's not as good a desert-themed hip hop video as say R Kelly's Snake, this is still pretty good. Which always made me wonder, why was Kells wearing a basketball jersey in the desert? Who knows. The answer is nobody. Nobody knows.
A fantastic performance by Weezer of their throwback jam "I Want You To" on the Letterman show. This snuck by on someone's year end list of great late night performances, and I must wholeheartedly agree. Rivers' performance slowly blossoms from awkward and stiff to awkward and inspired, replete with faux-rapping pre-choruses, Best Buy references, and Paul Shaffer-baiting. It's just a great performance!
Also, at the end of the performance Letterman invites them back for the next night, seemingly on a whim, which you can watch here if you want. The song "I'm Your Daddy" is horrible garbage, but the clip is worth watching because of Letterman's "Weezer Snuggie" joke, the band performing in Snuggies, and Rivers' bald spot:
One post a month!