One of my 7th graders showed me this white rapper Krispy Kreme on youtube. You said it was the funniest thing he had ever seen. It’s pretty funny. You haven’t had this much fun since ICP’s “Magic.” Krispy’s nose is running, his lyrics are kindergarten disses, and him and his sidekick are holding real firearms. There are more videos from him, but this is the best one. This will go viral and you will remember you saw it here first.
Is this for real? I don’t want to know.
Amazing old live footage.
French pompous pompadour who makes mediocre music, but breathes life into it with fucking fantastic videos
And many happy returns of the day!
Your pal, Bruce Conner
Filed under Film, Music, Video
Great pop music. From the album Master of My Make-Believe.
I don’t understand how things like youtube and vimeo are so popular, but MTV and VH1`still wont play music videos anymore. How can the music video be dead? What was the late-night show on MTV that showed only bugged out electronic music videos? Liquid Television? Back then even the most obscure artists videos would eventually get some play time, because that was what MTV did. Hence the name “Music Television”. Or if your mom(or Nat) wanted to catch the new Enya video, she would go to VH1. I cant imagine that the audience for this format is gone. How did we go from 120 Minutes to Jersey Shore? This was made in 1998 when the music video was still considered an essential tool for promoting music. Off of the album Psyence Fiction.
In my humble opinion Aphex Twin is the greatest composer of our time. I also believe that the steel drum is the most over looked and under-rated percussion instrument around. Well, I guess you could debate the merits of the Djembe in that argument, but thats not what this post is about. Its about two of my favorite things making sweet sweet love to each other. Here is The College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati Steel Band doing “Alberto Balsalm” by Aphex Twin.
These kids competely shred “Sonne” by Rammstein, which is apparently about overdosing on drugs. Here is 10-year-old vocalist Stefan on guitar, 8-year-old Olga on keyboard, and 5-and-a-half-year-old kid sister Cornelia on drums. Cornelia really smashes this song with one drum and a lot of kiddie-evil-swagger! Also note the parents disclaimer below the video which makes it all the more weird. “…this type of music is not entertainment. They don’t like ‘shake-butt’ music”
Beautiful song. Not the best video.