Late Night With Jimmy Fallon had some very funny segments recently featuring clips of NBC News anchor Brian Williams edited to appear like he is rapping. Watch his rendition of the Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg classic “Nuthin’ But A ‘G’ Thang” and N.W.A’s “Straight Outta Compton” below.
Tis the season, and the good folks over at Duck Down decided to commemorate the occasion by releasing the animated short “How Sean Price Stole Christmas”. As you can probably already guess, the video is a reworking of the Christmas classic How The Grinch Stole Christmas, with Sean P taking on the role of the Grinch, and Brownsville replacing the town of Whoville. If you find yourself in Brooklyn this Tuesday, December 18th, you can catch him performing at Music Hall of Williamsburg, alongside Talib Kweli, Flatbush Zombies, Pharoahe Monch, Buckshot, Skyzoo, Smif N Wessun, and DyMe-A-DuZiN. Sit back and enjoy; watch “How Sean Price Stole Christmas” below.
In his latest edition of the Inappropriate and Improvised Show, Trixx sounds off on getting put in the friend zone. Mario knows what he’s talking about. With some hilarious cameos by FLOW 93.5 FM’s Jeni, Ron Dias, SlynkyDaSlyGuy, Dave Merheje, Solitair, and Michie Mee, this one’s definitely my favourite so far. Check out the video for “Friendzone” below.
Trixx is back with another edition of his Inappropriate and Improvised Show, after last week’s “Awkward Ex Texts”. In “Honest Lies”, Trixx sounds off on why sometimes, it might be necessary to lie. Expect lots of cameos in this one, including one from Kardinal Offishall. Check out “Honest Lies” below.
In his latest episode of the Inappropriate and Improvised Show, Toronto comedian Trixx discusses the do’s and don’ts of texting an ex. The episode features guest appearances by none other than Drake and Russell Peters. Check out “Awkward Ex Texts” below.
So, chances are by now that you’ve seen or at least heard of the recent KOTD battle between Canibus and Dizaster in which Canibus whips out his rhyme book mid-battle. What you haven’t seen yet is the spoof apology from Canibus (from a fake Tumblr account), which more than makes up for his performance.
Hit the skip to read the mock apology.
There is nothing better than to start your week off with some humour. This weeks episode of MTV’s Punk’d featured who Ashton Kutcher describes as “The kid from Nickelodeon that raps now.” In the episode, Drake thinks him and his road manager C.J. Gibson are going to meet Vice President, Joe Biden.
Things turn into a disaster when an earthquake, a pregnant lady and a taser all put a hold on Drizzys “meeting” with the Vice President of America. This is some funny stuff and Drake’s reactions are priceless! Watch the hilarious video below. Also check out Drake’s recently announced OVO Fest plans if you missed all the twitter buzz last night.
I’m on Punk’d tonight. I hope you allllllll have a good laugh. I will never forget that day for as long as I live @aplusk
— Drizzy (@Drake) June 3, 2012
I don’t usually post this kind of stuff. But, what in the fuck? Young rappers and producers: if a “real” rap career doesn’t pan out, don’t worry because looks like your local private bible college will put you on their outreach and admissions payroll! Shalom.
The reason why I’m posting this is because I find it so interesting to see how Fifty is applying his laws of success to something simple as shoveling snow. If you haven’t been paying attention to the news, New York State and surrounding areas have had a bunch of snow and 50 Cent is certainly making an opportunity for himself.
The quotes below are from Fifty twitter profile.
I got 4 people on one street to agree to my fee after they saw the first job I did. Now I’m looking for employees.
I’m paying 30 dollars and hour I only want 3 workers that 90 dollars and hour but I think we can do all 4 in a hour in a half. Lol.
One is a cute kid he has on a snow suit. So I’m sending him to ring the door bell to ask if we can shovel there snow. Lol.
When you look at his eyes its hard to tell him no. lol then I come to tell them how much they have to pay us. Lol.
This snow moving business is just to see if laws apply to every business. After the first job I got 4 more now I have 3 kid I hired.