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Ozzy Osbourne reacts to “Crazy Train” sample in this hit rap song—watch
Ozzy Osbourne reacts to “Crazy Train” sample in this hit rap song—watch
Nearly two decades ago, Trick Daddy, Lil Jon and Twista teamed up for the hit rap single "Let's Go." However, did you ever notice that a sample of Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train" is included in the track? If you didn't, you aren't alone. In fact, the Prince of Darkness recently heard the rap song for the first time and, as expected, his reaction was truly priceless...
Here’s what Slayer would sound like mixed into an emo rap song
Here’s what Slayer would sound like mixed into an emo rap song
Slayer are widely known as one of the most iconic thrash metal bands of all time but their music has also made its way into the world of hip-hop before. While rappers like Lil Jon and Public Enemy have previously used the band's shredding metal for beat samples, Youtuber Red Sky is taking "Raining Blood" and transforming it into an emo rap track. Read More: You can now...
Lil Jon, Kool-Aid Man team up for Christmas song and it’s, uh, something
Lil Jon, Kool-Aid Man team up for Christmas song and it’s, uh, something
In what might be the most bizarre collab of the year, Lil Jon has teamed up with the Kool-Aid Man for a Christmas song that will either have you saying "Oh, yeah!" or "Oh, no!" We'll let you decide for yourself. Read more: Tumblr issues rule clarification after adult content ban Lil Jon is easily recognized for being featured in Usher's track "Yeah...
YEAH! That ridiculous, perfect Brand New “Sowing Season” Lil Jon remix is back
YEAH! That ridiculous, perfect Brand New “Sowing Season” Lil Jon remix is back
YEAH!! WHAT?! OKAY!!! The internet never lets things die; no meme is ever truly gone. Today, we're reminded of that fact with the resurfacing of this hilarious, insane "remix" of Brand New's "Sowing Season"—the classic Devil And God track punctuated with rapper Lil Jon's signature "Yeah!" yelps, et al., ...
Goodbyes Stink
Goodbyes Stink
All of a sudden, I know what it must feel like to be Josh Farro. And to a lesser extent: Zac Farro. (Nobody thinks it was his idea.) After five years at Alternative Press, three cover stories and countless nights spent before the warm glow of my computer, I’m stepping down as web editor to pursue my solo career. I ...