Check out the demure Anne Hathaway smoking the paparazzi in her hilarious Lil’ Wayne style rap song when she recently was a guest on Conan. We think we like her even more now. (Thanks, everyone!)
For the vinyl lover with limited space. The Ion Audio IT27 can be used horizontally or vertically. Has a built-in volume control and two RPM modes. Can be powered via AC adapter or AA batteries.
While Conan O’Brien won’t win any Grammys for his vocal prowess, we’re still entertained by his bits-and-pieces rendition of Creep, backed by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.
If you love Final Fight, Valkyrie Profile or video games in general, watch – nay, experience this. Let YouTuber and modern-day bard Hortyort regale you with the tale of Metro City’s great mayor.
Another educational video from Glove and Boots. The puppet duo track the lineage of the hipster and attempt to define those whose very goal is to not be defined. Oversimplified yet completely accurate.
A one-man score medley of all the theme songs from Pixar’s movies (except for Cars, but that’s okay because that’s not a classic anyway) performed by Chaz Anthony dela Cruz.
(NSFW: Language) Ah, the Portal gun. We’ve spent many hours daydreaming about having one in real life. We’d never think of what this high-pitched rapper wants to pull off at the end though.
Weird Al plays the lead musician on a sinking ship in this video from College Humor; the medley of songs he delivers when the captain requests him to play on is definitely not what anyone is expecting.
How many times have you had a lyric in your head, but only wished that you had the appropriate backing beat? We only wish this guy offered his free beatboxing services all the time.
The Boss BR-80 is a multi-track recorder – up to 8 tracks, with a variety of effects – a field recorder – records up to 550 hrs. – and a virtual jam buddy in a very portable form factor.
The Sesame Street gang busts out some classic Beastie Boys rhymes with their muppet-ized rendition of Sure Shot. We had no idea that Grover could handle the flute so adeptly.
And we thought we had mad dance moves. These kids bust out their best OutKast on their Wii. And while Justin and Jeremy are twins, the boy on the left seems to have a better grasp on the lyrics.