For worst song of the year, I mean. It doesn’t get much more ridiculous than this, Frumpsters. Sampling is the norm these days, of course — sad as that is — but taking Van Halen’s “Jump” and turning it into “I Wanna Get Drunk” has Kissed with Apocalypse written all over it.
How much in the red is Mr. Felli Fel gonna be after paying the licensing costs for this? My money’s still on “Miracles” as far as hilarity is concerned, but this is close. There’s some explicit, NSFW lyrics in here, so if you’re at work, make sure you’ve got your cans ready…
Thanks to The Admiral for the tip. Also, these seem to keep getting nuked by Warner Brothers, so I’ll try to find new ones as often as I can
As usual, I’m probably a bit late to the party with this one. After all, it was only so long ago that I first learned what the hell a “Juggalo” is. Nevertheless, how could I let this one go without even a passing Frump? Obviously, I couldn’t, but then I don’t think you’ll mind watching again if this isn’t the first time.
Now, as a disclaimer, I can’t say I’m the biggest Hip-Hop connoisseur in the world, so this may be off base — but is this video/song not one of the more ridiculous things you’ve ever seen/heard? I mean, I had to dig a bit just to make sure it wasn’t a joke (it isn’t).
The only thing left to decide at this point is which frumpin’ miracle has you the most perplexed. I’m torn between the pelican that tried to eat the cell phone on the San Francisco Bay (but then flew away) and, of course, magnets. How do those f*ck*in’ things work anyway?
Regardless, in case you were trying to keep track at home, I’ve compiled a list of all of ICP’s miracles after the jump…
We all remember the 1985 Chicago Bears and their Grammy nominated(look it up) “hit”, “The Super Bowl Shuffle”. In fact, you may actually remember the parody on SNL moreso. If you’re like me, when you first saw the shuffle your thought process would’ve been something along the lines of “Holy crap, those dudes look ridiculous and I would rather be caught holding the lighter in the next Amy Winehouse crack video than look that absurd on film”.
Well, apparently the other squads in the NFL didn’t take the hint and wanted to leave their truly unforgettable mark on the world of “music videos”. Here is just a sample of the visual and auditory torture the NFL inflicted on us in the 80’s and the early 90’s. Watch below at your own risk as the Miami Dolphins perform their hearts out in “Can’t Touch Us”…presented commercial free by Zubaz. Also, check out a collection of the worst raps perpetrated by the NFL after the jump!