Everyone woke up to some bummer news this morning as David Bowie has passed away at the age of 69 due to cancer. Dude was a legendary musician and actor. Thoughts and prayers to his friends and family.
This is a pretty solid bit from SNL, but every time the girls do one of these songs all I can think is how much I was Lonely Island was still there…I miss them Digital Shorts.
Remember Mickey Avalon’s song “My Dick”? Well if you do then you’re in luck because someone took the song and edited a sign language instructional video to it and it’s glorious! Here’s the original video and I think we can all agree that the sign language version is soooooooo much better!
This is kind of a rip on the Musicless Music Videos but I don’t even care because it’s that funny.
I know earlier I said I had found my favorite Vine but this one just took the top spot.
Conan’s Clueless Gamer series is one of the best segments he’s ever done, and he’s back with another one featuring Tony Hawk and Lil Wayne. I’m sorry but the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater series is done, nobody likes it anymore. It’s all about EA Skate.
Previous Clueless Gamer Episodes:
Of course you want to watch the Muppets sing that whip/nae nae song.
Some previous muppets music video mashups:
Here is a list of some bloopers than made it into the final cut of films.
Get your Friday pumping with this jam from Ephwurd. Remember kids, snapchat that fat ass, don’t snapchat your duckface. Words of wisdom.
This song is my jam! It’s also %100 gluten free.
This should get you going this Friday morning. This is Fantastic Mr. Fox rapping Blackalicious – The Blowup.
Lil Dicky is one of our favorite dude’s here at OfficeTan as you can see by our list of our 10 favorite videos of his. He’s back with a new video for his song “$ave Dat Money feat. Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan” which he tries to make using no money at all. All I can say is I can’t believe that old woman let him into her mansion!
Keep it up Lil Dicky!
So this awesome dude turned 98 and celebrated by doing his own version of the “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” song..of course his version involves whipping mayonnaise though. Still a great effort from a 98 year old. Keep the party going grandpa!
Here’s all of DJ Khaled’s mannerisms in one supercut taken from one interview on Good Morning Club. Someone get this dude a thesaurus.
Noisy asked 50 Cent to read some of the YouTube comments on his video for Candy Shop. We all know YouTube comments are the worst things in the world that usually turn racist and mean in the blink of an eye. 50 Cent can be pretty funny though and his reactions to these comments are pretty funny. Here’s a quick list of things I learned from this vide:
1. 50 Cent likes watching porn.
2. 50 Cent thinks interracial couples are cool…because of porn.
3. He doesn’t know what CGI is.
4. 50 Cent is hilarious.
I don’t know the context of this video but that doesn’t really matter. The only thing that matters is Mr. Wiggins should stick to basketball and cut this rapping business out.
After a performance on the Today Show Justin Bieber got caught with the mic on complaining about, I think, the camera being too close?
“What do I do this for if their just…(unintelligible)”
Ummm, because it’s your job you little s**thead. You’re getting paid to sing because you’re a singer so stop acting like a f**king twat.
This video is from 2014 so how the hell am I only seeing it now!? F**k Kanye West, this fish is the voice of a generation!!
I’m not sure the point of two dudes playing the same guitar but the result is a pretty good cover of Eminem’s “The Real Slim Shady”. Basically what I’m saying is that if they did this 15 years ago when the song came out it would be really impressive. Like did they just think to do this now or have they been practicing this performance since 2000?
The bromance between Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon continued last night on The Tonight Show as they performed the 6th installment of The History Of Rap.
I’ve previously posted a Kate Arnell video where she teaches us about British slang and she’s back again to give us a crash course on British hip hop.
Well that’s just touching isn’t it.