To end off the week, I thought I'd throw up a lil' comedy sketch from the guys at DERRICKcomedy. They're the group that was responsible for that "B-Boy Stance" clip I put up last week ( Remember "Hip Hop is the struggle to bring beverages to your mouth"?)
Here's another sketch they did that I thought was HEE-F*CKING-LARIOUS, entitled "Memory Loss". **NOTE** If you happen to be at the office today... you may want to look both ways before hitting PLAY **
I know this was inspired by Memento, but could you imagine if this version was the actual premise for a movie? Aww man...
I'm out for the week y'all! Let me know what you thought of the clip, and then go pig out on those Thanksgiving left overs!
I've always been a fan of karaoke. I've been wanting to go to a set REAL BAD and just straight bust out with Papoose's verse on "Touch It (Remix)" or Remy Ma's bars on "Ante Up (Remix)", you know, just mad enthusiasm, crazy adrenaline to rival DMX on his wildest crack binge... just the crowd feeling me, and for 5 minutes I get to feel like a rock star. Who doesn't want that? But unfortunately, my schedule hasn't allowed me to grace the stages of Second on Second or Sing Sing's, and probably won't anytime soon. Neither was I able to plan that end-of-summer karaoke bash that I wanted to go down. Maybe I'll do it for Christmas/New Year's and invite all of y'all in the NYC area.
So, I was sitting at my computer one day, pissed off that I couldn't get to a karaoke bar before the summer's end, and I just suddenly started to search for other people's karaoke clips. Some of them are funny, some are good, and some are just so f*cked up I had to share it it with y'all. So here they are, specifically for your viewing (dis)pleasure...
B.I.G. HAS BEEN RESURRECTED... AND HE'S LIGHT-SKINNED NOW
The first video I'm gonna start with today comes courtesy of Mr. Aktain, also known as Dre. I previously aired two of the interviews that he did, one with BuckShot of Black Moon and one with Keith Murray. Well, he doesn't know it, but I'm throwing up this video of him performing "Big Poppa" at the Knitting Factory's monthly Hip Hop Karaoke jumpoff, where supposedly, he "has a following." Dre was always supposed to take me with him-- but never did. Well you know what? NEVER PISS OFF A CHICK THAT HAS HER OWN BLOG.
I ain't gonna lie, this ain't that bad. Too bad you mostly hear the chickens in the background.
I guess B-Rad wasnâ€™t done with the mic just yet.
Comedian Jamie Kennedy lives out some more of his rap fantasies with homie Stu Stone and none other than Sunset Strip john legend Bob Saget in his debut video â€œRollinâ€™ With Saget.â€ [watch it now] Known for his surprisingly edgy stand-up, now far removed from his Danny Tanner days, Mr. Saget has apparently become quite the party monster. Watching Jamie Kennedy try to keep up with the lines of blow is entertainment enough for me.
I guess we're finally catching wind of the realMalibu's Most Wanted.