You’ve been singing every song incorrectly your entire life.
For anyone who’s ever taken a 3 minute break from crying to listen to a Katy Perry song… here is THIS song.
That Obama, he’s just so fancy doing something, something, murda bizness as he’s in the fast lane from the White House to Tokyo.
Barackdubs has up and done it again, editing the President’s speeches to sing the current pop song of the moment. Bill Clinton covered “Blurred Lines” last year and Obama’s already sung “Lucky” and “Do What U Want” (which is incredibly disturbing and I don’t want to think about doing anything to Obama’s body).
At this rate we should expect some sort of Now That’s What I Call Music: Prez Editionby the holidays.
(Source: College Humor)
CollegeHumor Exclusive: "Weird Al" Yankovic Music Video: FOIL (Parody of "Royals" by Lorde)
Like any budding comedy lovers with a boom box or basic cable, we grew up loving Weird Al Yankovic. So when he asked us to help him make the music video for “Foil” (a parody of “Royals”) off Al’s new album, Mandatory Fun, we agreed. Actually, we high-fived each other, threw up from excitement, composed ourselves and agreed.
Over a few marvelous weeks in February and March, our writers and producers worked with Al to bring his “Foil” video to life. Here is the result in all its Yankovician magnificence, featuring cameos from Patton Oswalt, Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant, as well as CH alumni Elaine Carroll and Andrée Vermeulen.
See behind-the-scenes photos here.
Merman is a struggling rapper who sucks at rap.
A song for all the shorties.
Somebody get this dude Priority Boarding.
At CollegeHumor, We Write (and Reject) a Lot of Song Parodies. Here’s Some of Our Favorite Bad Ones.
This video should have never existed, nine times over.
See how well you can identify these classic 90s jams using only excerpts from the descriptions of their music videos on Wikipedia, which have the added bonus of being HILARIOUS.
The 90s were truly the Golden Age of SERIOUSLY INSANE music videos.