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New Video: Aloe Blacc - "Femme Fatale"

 

Back in Black: Singer Aloe Blacc

 

 

Aloe Blacc's new LP Good Things is the Best R&B/Soul Album of 2010. Full of socio-political and soothing love songs, Blacc's album is the What's Going On for the Millennial.

One of the great tracks on the LP is the cautionary ballad "Femme Fatale," which is a remake of the Velvet Underground classic. Check out the black-and-white video, which was helmed by Alan Algee. A great video for a great song. Bravo!




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New Video: Mike Tyson x Wayne Brady "Every Little Step"

 

Brady

 

Pure Comedy: Funny or Die

 

This is hilarious! Mike Tyson with the help of funnyman Wayne Brady remakes Bobby Brown's 1988 video for "Every Little Step." The King of Stage himself, Bobby Brown, makes a cameo in the clip and is looking really bloated. Mr. Brady does a great job recreating Brown's nimble dance moves. Tyson, not so much. At the end of the video, Brady hints that another video parody is in the works. Zoom-a, zoom, zoom and the poom-poom!



**BONUS**: Take a "Step" back in time




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N.E.R.D. - "Hypnotize You" (Late Show With David Letterman)

 

Nerd

 

N.E.R.D. -- "Hypnotize U" (Live via Late Show with David Letterman)

Via Mr. World Premiere

 

Skateboard P and Co. visited Late Show with David Letterman to perform the song "Hypnotize U" from their upcoming fourth LP Nothing (due Nov. 2).

There's nothing I can say about the performance except that it was, uh, weird. What was Pharrell trying to convey with those white models sitting in front him? And Chad Hugo wearing a ski mask? What the hell is going on? I hope the album lives up to the hype.




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Diddy Talks Sean John With CNN

 

 

Sean "Diddy" Combs chatted with CNN about his entrepreneurial success with his Sean John clothing empire, which is worth over $500 million. The cable network crowned him "Connector of the Day" for breaking down barriers in the fashion industry and connecting his brand globally. And what is Diddy's key to success? Being "crazy." Take that, take that, take that.




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