This video might very well win the internet this week. Watch Will Smith and son Jaden Smith rap the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song. Awesome, right? But that’s not all…Alfonso Ribeiro, who played Carlton Banks on the series, also showed up to join in a Fresh Prince reunion of sorts. Epic.
Join the one and only Skrillex as he documents his tour through Mexico. Looks like some epic shows went down, and the crowds over there look mental! Check it out…
If you were to make a list of Eddie Van Halen’s best guitar solos, “Eruption” would definitely be at or near the top of the list. This instrumental track features Eddie’s patented two-hand tapping method, and is widely considered to be one of his most difficult solos to replicate. However, a 14 year-old girl named Tina posted this electrifying cover of “Eruption” to her YouTube page and you have to admit – it’s AMAZING! I love how she still manages to look totally bored. Classic 14 year old girl.
One of the most entertaining rap videos so far this year, Action Bronson dropped the visuals to “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” today. In the video, we have hot women sprayed with water, Action driving one of the sickest jeeps ever and later showing off his cooking skills. Riff Raff also has a part in the video as he loses his chain to Action during a bet. The antics in the video alone are worth a view!
Each Monday we will bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week of right. If you have any music suggestions you feel the world needs to listen to, please feel free to leave a comment below and we will try to showcase as much as we can. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes, cheers guys.
Rapper Dizzee Rascal has admitted that while his duet with Robbie Williams might have come as a surprise to some, it ‘made total sense’ to him. ‘It’s just one of those things,’ he explained. ‘I actually recorded the song a year before, last year in LA. Robbie’s name came up this year, and when I heard that I thought “yeah, that makes total sense”. But he would only record it as long as I was there, so I had to fly out to his house.’
He’s leaving space on Monday, but not before giving the world a memorable parting gift. ISS Commander Chris Hadfield has captured the attention and imagination of so many during his five-plus months in space via social media and with the many videos he’s recorded while on the International Space Station. This is his final video from the station, and according to his son Evan Hadfield — who has helped orchestrate the Commander’s barrage of tweets and images — it is also, coincidentally, the first real music video ever recorded in space!
Each Monday we will bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week of right. Last week was a success so we are following up with a second volume. If you have any music suggestions you feel the world needs to listen to, please feel free to leave a comment below and we will try to showcase as much as we can. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes, cheers guys.