Staten Island isn’t known for very many things. We’ve always had Fresh Kills, a now closed landfill that could supposedly be seen from outer space. More recently, we’ve had a run of nationally notable reality shows like Mob Wives and Jersey Shore highlighting our guido-american population. More than anything though, when someone mentions Staten Island, people think of the Wu Tang Clan. Being an integral part of the group’s success, Method Man has become something of a local legend, who walks around the borough like he’s not internationally famous.
The guys behind the track, the outrageous Chase and the ‘so famous’ Rose, make up hip-pop duo Chase & Rose. Their single, “I’m A Flirt” (the one above), is the third off California Pop Music., the unheralded album of Summer 2015. Think LFO meets The Lonely Island, only flirtier and with cell phones.
Welcome back to the show, internet friends! The above video represents the way you should feel about our return :)
We know that the Duck Tales theme song works with Beyonce’s Single Ladies video, but does the Duck Tales intro work with Single Ladies as a theme?
Giselle, the lady behind that diarreah song that you heard on Louie, released a video for her cover of The Black Keys’ “Fever.” It was directed by Marco Antonio Martinez.
It’s always interesting to watch the children of celebrities grow up. Does the apple fall far from the tree? Is the apple as sweet? Can the apple shred on the guitar just like dad could??
It’s not the best mix-job in the world, but layering the smooth sounds of Fred Durst over the happy-pop of girl power is sure to make any 90s kid feel the happies.
Guitarist Keith Richards was passed out in the Jack Tar Harrison Hotel in Clearwater, Florida when he woke up, pulled out the tape recorder he carried with him, and recorded the riff to “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” Richards recorded himself saying “Can’t get no satisfaction” before dropping his guitar pick and falling back asleep.
40 million records later, Fred Durst still claims to be the fuckin’ man. I don’t think I’d go that far, but this is not as horrible as I thought it’d be. It does contain exactly the amount of misogyny that I was expecting, though.
DAPS fam, Avon Junkies and Nick Caccese have teamed up yet again to make a great music video for the band’s song “Thanks for Getting Fat”.