Psy And Snoop Get Drunk And Krunk, But Is It Too Much?

Psy teams with Snoop Dogg in crazy new video that leaves some fans shaking their heads (Photo: nydailynews.com)

Psy teams with Snoop Dogg in crazy new video that leaves some fans shaking their heads (Photo: nydailynews.com)

Two years ago a relatively unknown Korean rapper by the name of “Psy” became a world-wide pop-culture phenom and spawned an inescapable international dance craze with the release of his hit song “Gangnam Style.” The song and its comical companion video, which just recently surpassed the 2 billion (that’s right… billion!) viewer mark on YouTube, launched Psy into superstar status almost overnight. And now he’s at it again with his newest internet sensation, “Hangover.”

This time, however, Psy teams up with the legendary (and infamous) Snoop DoggΒ (aka Snoop Lion) to takes his image in a drastically new direction, that of an overindulgent, alcohol-fueled partygoer enjoying the “perks” of stardom. Or as Lindsay Lohan calls it, “an average Tuesday.” πŸ˜‰

Published just three days ago (June 8), the video has already garnered more than 38 million views on Psy’s official YouTube channel and is generating a plethora of mixed responses ranging from praise to outright disgust. Then there are those who fall somewhere in the middle. As one commenter put it, “This song is 50% s–t, and 50% amazing!” Lmao. Way to be 100% noncommittal.

Love him or hate him, Psy is back and it doesn’t look like he’s going anywhere anytime soon. Will “Hangover” come anywhere near to the success of “Gangnam Style?” Only time will tell, but my guess is no, if for no other reason than the fact that for all of it’s ridiculousness, there just isn’t anything special about it. Sure, it’s fun and has star power, but I don’t see anything setting it apart from all the other dance songs/videos out there. Just my opinion.

Plus, it’s hard to beat that iconic “horse” dance…

Mad Skillz: Weezer’s drummer catches Frisbee without missing a beat!

Weezer's Patrick Wilson demonstrates awesome concentration and coordination during live performance (Photo: courtesy of Salon.com)

Weezer’s Patrick Wilson demonstrates awesome concentration and coordination during live performance (Photo: courtesy of Salon.com)

Skill. It’s not just about raw talent. To show what you’re really capable of it takes dedication, passion, and total concentration on the task at hand. Well, Weezer‘s Patrick Wilson just proved that he’s the king of concentration.

During a live set in St. Augustine, FL the band was jamming on their hit song “Beverly Hills” when a fan decided it would be the perfect time to play a game of Frisbee. What’s more, this fan apparently decided to play nice and include Wilson in the fun. See for yourself what happened next in the video below.

Yup! Wilson not only catches the Frisbee in mid-flight and transfers it to his mouth, but he does so without missing a beat… literally! As you can clearly hear, the crowd went nuts, as they should.

Anytime you attempt to do your best the pressure to achieve perfection is on, but when you’re performing in front of a live audience, that pressure is multiplied exponentially. Patrick just showed us all how developing your concentration skills and fully committing yourself to your goal can not only carry you through that pressure, but cause you to thrive in the midst of it. Plus, it was pretty damn cool.

Ryan Lewis’ New Role? Troll!

Hip-hop sensations Macklemore (left) and Ryan Lewis (right). [Photo: courtesy of bet.com]

Hip-hop sensations Macklemore (left) and Ryan Lewis (right) [Photo: courtesy of bet.com]

Do you love hip hop? I mean, really love hip hop? Would you recognize your favorite artists on the street? Jay Z, Drake, Macklemore? How about Ryan Lewis; would you recognize him? Well Jimmy Fallon was willing to bet you wouldn’t, and who better to prove it than Ryan Lewis himself!

In a recent piece for NBC’s The Tonight Show, the musician/DJ/producer took to the streets of New York to ask people what they thought about Ryan Lewis. The results? Pretty damn funny.

I especially love the face of the girl in the white shirt! You can practically count down to the moment when she finally puts two and two together. πŸ™‚

Lewis and Macklemore began their friendship and business relationship back in 2006 and have been working together ever since. While his partnership with the popular hip hop star is surely his most lucrative and prominent venture, Lewis has also collaborated with a variety of other artists and even produced his own album titledΒ Instrumentals.