VIDEO: Jimmy Fallon &’s “Ew!”

On last night’s episode of The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon showed a new song he did with In truth. it was based on an appearance did on Fallon’s show, which lead to talk about about a possible collaboration, which then lead to heading into the studio to record a song from start to finish from scratch. It’s based on a character Fallon created for Sara, a teenager who is disgusted by a number of things in her pop culture influenced life. We discover that Sara has a friend named, and they decide to do a song about it.

Fallon requested that everyone call radio stations for the possibility of this song charting on Billboard’s Top 100, but there aren’t many radio stations who have request lines anymore. However, if there is a, there is a but that would’ve meant a verse from Eminem. Anyway, here’s the hilarious video. The song is now available through iTunes, proceeds will go to the SeriousFun Children’s Network and Foundation.

FREE MP3 DL: Black Eyed Peas’ “Where Is The Love? (DosLambos From Nowhere Remix)”

It’s safe to say that I never wanted to hear Black Eyed Peas’ “Where Is The Love” again, but it was the song that made the group move away from the good stuff they were doing to the substandard music that finally made them rich. DosLambos felt enough for the song to say “you know, the song isn’t bad at all, let’s remix it” and this is the result. I honestly feel this is better than the original so be careful.

VIDEO: Alanis Morisette & performances at the “MDA Show Of Strength”

With the MDA no longer doing a telethon, it has been reduced to a 3-hour Show Of Strength, which still aims to help those who have muscular dystrophy. Because the show has had less attention this year than the telethons of the past, you might not have been aware that Alanis Morissette and appeared on there to perform songs for the cause. Here, Alanis Morissette did one track from her latest album for the broadcast. She also did one of her classic hits that was uploaded to the internet as bonus material. opened the broadcast with singer Eva Simons to do “This Is Love”.

To make a donation to MDA or to find out more about what they do and how your donations are used, head to You are also able to stream the entire 3-hour broadcast in its entirety at the MDA website.

OPINION: WWw.i.a.S (What Would say?)

November 30th is the release date for the new Black Eyed Peas album, The Beginning, don’t expect an in-depth review of it from me. I have listened to it, and it’s embarrassing. What would say to that? “Yeah, but now I’m embarrassingly rich.” The album is a steamy load of crap, but anyone who has heard the Black Eyed Peas for the last eight years will at least know there are people who hate what they have become. How do you become a success? “Just add white girl.” The thing is, Fergie has an incredible voice, and yet her work with BEP is shit. “Yeah, but now I’m shit rich”, well good for you. Now do better, or will you become this generation’s Sheryl Crow and Jon Bon Jovi: famous worldwide, but famous for shit? “Yeah, but I’m rich and famous”, yeah okay.

Nothing I say will change your view, but I want to address something quick. I do not like the music has done in the last eight years, in their Fergie-era. I was down with the group for their first two albums, especially the first two, and yet critics and hip-hop fans were accusing them for dickriding the Native Tongues. Yet I felt their music was more interesting, was doing some daring stuff in his music and truth be told, he showed a pop touch long before they made it their sole bread and butter. Not “soul bread and butter”. I really liked what did on his first solo album, really thought he would take off towards that direction.

Now, while I am not a fan of his music, I admire his business plan. He knows what makes money and he has taken that route to the bank. It would be too easy to say “he abandoned his audience” but he might me someone who would say “audience? Half you fuckers didn’t like a damn think I did.” Anyone remember when he had his own show on MTV, and he would be in the studio with his band, jamming as if he could be the next Stevie Wonder? He was that close, but he jumped from “Fingertips Part 2” to “I Just Called To Say I Love You”, surpassing the potential to make his own versions of Talking Book, Innervisions, or Fulfillingness’ First Finale. The man is more than capable, and yet why bank on greatness when you can make great bank? Whatever formula he has chosen, it has worked, and any artist would love to be on the path he is on. To be able to influence a generation is amazing, but he’s not doing it on that level. He’s making people party and dance, and maybe in a time when it seems the world is falling apart, people need to smile and get down. BEP are the masters of a good time. It seems what did do is take advantage of people calling them a “worldly group” with different ethnicities contained within the group. What they did is take their music around the world, they’ve become worldly for fans who could care less about ethics, issues, and integrity. It’s just “just, dance, and smile.”

I do wonder this: what would today say to from 1997? Would the of yesteryear be blown away by the self who exploited himself in the future? Would the of now look back at his younger self and tell him “you’re struggling now, but be open to change. You love a good pop song, and you can write a good pop song. You’re going to milk it, and milk it dry. When you have a chance, hang on because this ride is fucking incredible.” Would the younger tell the older to buzz off, because musical integrity is everything, or would the now tell him “hey man, as Jaleel White will say, you gotta fake it to make it, even if it means dressing up like Urkel.”

In the 2010 Grammy Awards, was in the audience and someone looked at him from the stage and said “there is no industry anymore”, and the only think could do is smirk. What could he do, stand up and say “I make more money than most of you assholes in this room combined?” Or something like “there may be no industry, but I’m getting paid over the bullshit music everyone wants me to make”? Which leads me to two quotes:

There isn’t a music industry, just do it yourself. If you’re not Christina Aguilera or Pink or Kelly Clarkson or anyone from American Idol, you’re screwed. So try to do it yourself.” -Wendy Melvoin

No matter how carefully and assiduously and how deeply you bury shit, the American public will find it and buy it in large quantity.” -Artie Shaw

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VIDEO: Black Eyed Peas’ “The Time (Dirty Bit)”, Fergie,, and the other guy have made a video for “The Time (Dirty Bit)”, offering a mixture of the lo-fi with the lo-fi, and you can view it now. If you like it and want to hear the song again, you can watch their performance on Oprah.

VIDEO: Mashup Germany’s “I’ll Be Missing You (Don’t Raise Your Glass)”

This music and video mash-up seems so flawless, it’s not even funny. It’s damn good, and is by Mashup Germany. Check it out, and if you like what you hear, you can download this and other tracks here. The video was put together by Panos.

VIDEO: Black Eyed Peas’ love of retro 8-bit gaming leads to modern day errors

As the Black Eyed Peas get ready to present the world with a new album, they’ve created a video that honors the 8-bit look of their album cover. They take it back to the days of Nintendo and Commodore VIC-20, to when hip-hop simply meant rap music, and that meant Africa Bambaataa, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, and The Cold Crush Brothers

While the video looks cool, they did miss a spelling error. Here’s a screenshot.


In case you haven’t figured it out, the misspelled word is “missile”. I didn’t Photoshop this or manipulate it in anyway, but get the word out so that they’ll know to fix it. Also, isn’t the Fergie lyric “scud missile” and not “sky missile”? Well, maybe in this song it’s “sky” but still. Oh yes, and it’s Shaka Zulu, not “Chaka” right?, get your people to either use spellcheck, search Wikipedia, or call a proofreader.

SOME STUFFS: Black Eyed Peas want you to “Do It Like This!”,, Fergie, and the other one have released a new track from their forthcoming album due out on November 30th, called The Beginning. The album comes a week after the release of new music by Kanye West and Nicki Minaj, but it’s safe to say much of BEP’s fans have no interest in Kanye or Nicki. Either that, or it will be one of the biggest holiday seasons for music in awhile.

SOME STUFFS: Cover art revealed for new & Nicki Minaj album

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Wow. Just a low-grade wow. Who thought of this cover? This look as bad as those comedy albums by Richard Pryor on Laff Records when he was becoming a superstar in movies, and released successful comedy albums on Warner Bros. Laff basically rehashed the Pryor recordings they owned with hideous illustrated album covers. I would think the music is decent, but the cover? C’mon.

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