Um, I don’t know if this is real or not, but I had to share it!
Model Shaun Ross was the subject of a new music video from the LA-based band BRÅVES, but while the song was okay pretty much everything about this video was overshadowed by Shaun’s massive, massive member. I don’t know how it’s clinically possible to have such a giant d, but looks like he’s got good genes or a GREAT prosthetic. Since music videos get like, NO budgets these days, I’m assuming the former.
Like… seriously. Check out the video (below) and tell us if this schlong is real.
Did Zayn Malik leaving One Direction throw you off your boy band game? Well then you’re gonna LOVE NCT!
SM Entertainment, the company that pioneered South Korea’s gigantic K-pop industry unveiled its new boy-band concept today and it’s uh, a little overwhelming: it’s NCT (shorthand for Neo Culture Technology) a group with limitless members, singing in multiple languages and based in cities from Asia to Latin America.
So like, the population of the world is now a boy band, I guess…
“This is the true localisation of K-pop,” SM Entertainment founder Lee Soo-Man said at a launch in Seoul.
“Sounds like a tech company,” tweeted one K-pop aficionado, while another said NCT was an acronym better suited for a national examination.
Lee said the group already had 40 members, of which a handful would form an initial unit that will start performing in Seoul and Japan in the next few months.
“New members will be freely recruited with no limits on the number,” Lee said.
As well as singing the same songs in different languages, they will produce content especially tailored for their particular markets.
“This is the last stage of the Korean wave,” Lee declared, saying the idea went beyond “simply exporting K-pop products” to creating joint ventures with local companies.
Originally made up of 48 members, but now numbering more than 130, AKB48 is split into several teams who can perform simultaneously in several places.
After his passing,Coldplay members discussed David Bowie in a positive light, but they also touched on the time where they wanted Bowie to collab on a song and he point blank told them it SUCKED (oh man, I miss you already, David Bowie). NME reports:
“I felt incredibly sad when I heard David Bowie had died,” said guitarist Jonny Buckland. “We’ve all loved his music for as long as we’ve known about music.”Drummer Will Champion continued, “When you have any involvement in music he was one of the points of reference for absolutely everything, for genres and for how to be a rockstar or a popstar or whatever it was. Completely defining that. So for musicians it’s quite disorienting.”
In the below video, though, Champion reveals their past dealings with the man himself. The Coldplay lads once tried contacting Bowie to see if he would consider collaborating with them on one of their songs in which they had a “David Bowie-type character”.
Singer Chris Martin sent him a letter asking him to be involved and, according to a smiling Will Champion, Bowie replied, “It’s not a very good song, is it?” Coldplay’s reaction was to not be overly phased – Champion notes, “He was very discerning – he wouldn’t just put his name to anything. I’ll give him credit for that!”
BURN! I’m gonna miss Bowie’s honesty, among many other things. This one’s going to take a long time to heal, isn’t it?
Don McLean, the dude who pretty much wrote one song (but one of the most important songs in pop history!) was arrested for domestic violence early today. Ugh.
Cops in Camden, Maine responded at 2 AM Monday to a 911 call from McLean’s home in the town. When they arrived, the cops arrested the singer for domestic violence assault and after posting $10,000 bail, McLean was released.
McLean performs only occasionally: according to TMZ, the last time at the Maine Lobster Festival back in August. And I guess when he’s not performing he’s being an A hole, so there’s that.
C’mon, Don. You are an icon. This is unacceptable!
What do you think of the “American Pie” singer’s arrest?