This new viral from Hpnotiq and Killa is banoodles. On a fictiional trivia show called Word Up, Killa plays the roles of host, a contestant named Herb who is an accountant from Florida and his opponent, a rapper from Harlem named Cam’ron. Prizes include a two-way pager and a lambskin 8-Ball jacket. I mean, you just have to watch this.
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With nearly anybody else in the industry, this behind the scenes footage would be throwaway content that would never see the light of day. But with Sean P, it’s yet another classic in his catalog of viral visuals.
Songs In The Key of Price is out now.
Previously: Listen to PF Cuttin’s Sean Price Tribute Mix
Last night on his new Comedy Central show Why?, noted Drake friend Hannibal Buress asked some Beverly Hills pedestrians if they knew who Meek Mill was, to predictable results. In all fairness though, the name Drake didn’t seem to ring too many bells either.
Also featured last night were Jean Grae and Flying Lotus performing “Before The Summer Broke”, from her Gotham Down album. Check that out below.
Curtis stopped by Kimmel earlier and chopped it up with Jimmy about suffering as a Knicks fan and hanging out with Meryl Streep and Kobe Bryant.
Hit the jump for another clip of 50 on turning 40 and a “Coach Bud” sketch featuring Connie Britton and Paul Giamatti. I also included the new NBA edition of Mean Tweets because hilarity.
Pharrell was a guest on The Tonight Show last night and he and Jimmy broke out the shiny suits for a performance as a now defunct 80′s R&B duo called Afro & Deziak.
Continue for a bonus clip of P speaking on the new Snoop album and his work on the upcoming Missy Elliott project.
Jimmy Kimmel dropped a new edition of musicians reading mean tweets about themselves last night and it features Drake, Katy Perry, Wiz Khalifa, Sam Smith, Childish Gambino, Iggy Azaela, Arianna Grande and many others. Most of these are prettty funny, but I’m sure they could’ve found a meaner tweet for Drake to read.
An animated Action Bronson made a guest appearance on last night’s episode of Lucas Bros. Moving Co. on FXX’s Animation Domination. I didn’t see the whole episode, but judging from these short outtakes I take it he played a bossed up taco truck proprietor who puts the twins under pressure. I don’t regularly watch this show, but I’ve caught it a couple of times and these kids always bring the funny. I need to see this full episode immediately.
Previously: Action Bronson Interview w/ The Breakfast Club
I only occaisonaly watch IFC’s Comedy Bang! Bang!, but when I saw that ScHoolBoy Q was scheduled as a guest for this new season I was sort of curious about how he was going to pull it off. Not that Q isn’t a funny dude, but guests on this show are usually comedians and actors and the comedy depends mostly on timing and delivery. As it turns out, he did pretty well. Up top watch a clip of him telling host Scott Aukerman about his endorsement deal with the letter “Q”.
While I’ve been DVR’ing the epic final run of The Colbert Report, I have missed a few episodes of The Daily Show due to the earlier time slot it recently moved to. So when it aired last night I missed this segment where Jon Stewart and Jessica Williams took down walking piece of human garbage Sean Hannity after he tried to call out Governor Cuomo for meeting with Jay Z about police brutality. Hannity is such a piece of shit it’s almost a shame to dignify the fuckboy antics he and his Fox News cronies employ with a response, but Stewart and crew do it so consistently well that it has really become a public service at this point.
Spotted: Miss Info
Previously: Jay-Z Interview w/ Jon Stewart