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Weird Al Yankovic Turns Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines into a Rant About Proper Grammar
Weird Al Yankovic has a new album out and one of his parodies is just hilarious. He did a spoof of Robin Thicke's raunchy and controversial song "Blurred Lines." Weird Al renamed the song "Word Crimes" and made it into a rant about poor grammar and improper word use. The song is from Weird Al's new album, Mandatory Fun. Read more...
Ed Sheeran Discusses His Process for Writing His New Single, Sing
In this online only clip from The Tonight Show, singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran talks about how he wrote his new hit song "Sing" which he wrote with Pharrell. Ed says it started with Pharrell coming up with like ten ideas of a beat or base lines and drum loops, but Ed wasn't feeling any of them at first. So then Ed starting playing the base root on the guitar and Pharrell left while Ed wrote steadily. Then Pharrell came back and did all the arranging. Ed said he knew Pharrell would like the chorus because it features a "Justin Timberlakey" falsetto. Read more...
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