Let’s mishear song lyrics the 90′s way! H/T Pleated Jeans
Perhaps the best-known Dutch jazz singer, Caro Emerald set her latest song to a colorful, richly textured Videodrome animation. The work features motion design and special effects by Christophe Mentz, Nicolas Capus and Shu Yamamoto.
“Boy from the hood, I got White House clearance,” says rap impresario Jay-Z in his newest song, “Open Letter,” in which he defends his recent vacation to Cuba. The trip, which he made with his wife Beyonce, is the most controversial celebrity junket at least since former basketball star Dennis Rodman shuffled off to Pyongyang to shoot hoops with Kim Jong Un.
Jay-Z says that the Obama administration helped arrange the trip, an assertion that White House spokesman Jay Carney has denied. Whatevs. In his latest video for Reason TV, Remy wonders why Jay-Z was chilling in a country that has imprisoned rappers such as Angel Remon Arzuaga and members of the punk band Porno para Ricardo.
In a weird but entertaining conflation of different times and places, here is a parody of will.i.am’s “Scream and Shout” performed by the teddiefilms crew masquerading as characters from Les Miserables. Got that?
So let’s play…Cowboys and Communists.
This music video comes from Joe Dan Gorman, whose Intellectual Froglegs videos we carry regularly on this blog. Having introduced his video commentaries, we thought you might enjoy a little taste of his music as well.
Play on, Joe.
Australian radio personalities Fitzy and Wippa are on a roll. Earlier this week, we showcased their comic song explaining nuances of the Aussie language for the benefit of visiting US talk show host Ellen DeGeneres. Now, they’re back with a romantic ballad that will either leave you in stitches or else get your goat.
Whatever the question, Google has the answer. The search engine is ubiquitous and ever-expanding. If George Orwell was alive today, perhaps Big Brother would not broadcast over a big TV screen, but instead via the Internet.
Alex Gibson, Molly Gallagher, Josh Israel, Olivia Dunn, Jake Satterfield and Elizabeth Oldak star in this AVbyte original musical.