Lonely Island

We Need Love

We Need Love

(NSFW: Language) Aside from sportz, The Lonely Island’s Guy Number 1 and Guy Number 2 also love ladies. But they’re not looking for one night stands. They’re looking for the right one. And it’s not Steve’s girlfriend.

SPELL IT OUT

SPELL IT OUT

And here we thought that Akiva and Jorma had the most distinctive names in The Lonely Island. Andy Samberg sets us straight on who’s got the dopest moniker in the band.

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Go Kindergarten

Go Kindergarten

(NSFW: Language) The Lonely Island team up with Robyn to poke fun at catchphrase-heavy, single dance step milking and brainless crowd-pleasing songs. Now the bros who memorized the Creep feel stupid.

SEMICOLON

SEMICOLON

(NSFW: Language) The folks of The Lonely Island have put together a catchy tune that helps us understand the proper usage for semicolons. We’re still laughing trying to figure out if these examples are good or bad.

Jack Sparrow

Jack Sparrow

(NSFW: Language) The Lonely Island are joined by Michael Bolton for their latest track, although we’re not sure that they actually recorded the same song. Mr. Bolton, you’ve finally won us over.

Lonely Island x Akon

Lonely Island x Akon

(NSFW: Language) The three kings of bangin’ literal music are back, and they want to share to the world that they’re happy. Not because they got to work with Akon, but because they just had the sex.

Music: Lonely Island – Boombox

Music: Lonely Island – Boombox

Groove 80s style at country clubs and old folks homes to Lonely Island’s Boombox; if only all of life’s problems could be solved with red LED sunglasses, turbo bass, and the Bart Man.

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