It totally brings new meaning to the phrase, “I grew up listening to Queen.”
In a truly entertaining, time-lapse style video, watch Matt Perren lip-sync to Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now,” and age by 3 years throughout the duration of the clip. The project took him 1,101 days to complete, as he had to, essentially, lip-sync to the song everyday, in the same clothes and position. It’s really quite facinating to see his hair grow and face change over the years.
“You’ll shoot your eye out!”
Well, maybe not so much. This video was able to, within two minutes, sum up all of our favorite Christmas elements (charity, Santa Claus, toys, and pellet-guns), and turn them into an advertisement of everything that is pretty much wrong with modern society. The African-American man dressed as Santa, was shot twice in the back while being filmed by a local ABC network news-station affiliate, and was later treated at the hospital to remove the pellets. The shooter took aim from a second-story apartment window, but no suspects have been found as of yet. It’s easy to laugh at the video upon first viewing, but the slapstick-comedic element melts off quickly, and doesn’t stick like a first snowing, and leaves us with the harsh, cold reality of “What’s wrong with people these days?”
Jeremy Paxman: “What will your revolution look like?”
Russell Brand: “I’ll tell you what it won’t be like…a huge disparity between rich and poor, where 300 Americans have the same amount of wealth as the 85 million poorest Americans, where there is an exploited and under-served underclass that are being continually ignored and where welfare is slashed while Cameron and Osborne go to court to defend the rights of bankers to continue receiving their bonuses. This has to be addressed.”
“I am not voting out of apathy…I am not voting out of absolute indifference and weariness and exhaustion from the lies, treachery and deceit of the political class that has been going on for generations.”
Once again, Richard Donald reinvented himself with a new name and sound.
Under the new moniker of “La Bey,” he picks things up right from where he left us after his previous record, “5 am in Hollywood,” which was sort of a expose of what goes on outside of red carpet events. In his latest work, La Bey attempts to make a parody of a recent Lil Wayne song featuring 2 Chainz entitled, “Rich as F*ck.” His approach at the parody does not seem to aim at confronting either Lil Wayne nor 2 Chainz, but rather seems to document the lifestyle of an aspiring artist living on the fringes of the LA scene.
Kudos to La Bey for directing and editing the video, with assistance from his brother DJ Raz, who did most of the videography.
We couldn’t help but cry a lil a bit while we watched this young lady’s passionate rendition of “My Heart Will Go On.”
Ho Ho, Hoes!
Watch Snoop represent the Israe-L.B.C. as Moses in this slightly offensive rap battle. We think Santa needs to work on his Delivery!!!
Behind the scenes exclusive!
Incredible footage of Richard Donald. Watch him drink beer and play piano!