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Jimmy Fallon’s crew put together a series of monster edits of NBC nightly news anchor Brian Williams, turning him into a rapper. The results were hilarious — see the mashup of raps after the jump — but it also resulted in Williams showing up on Fallon for an interview.
Here is the interview with
Rap Master B Videos after the jump
NBC Nightly News managing editor and anchor Brian Williams talks to Jimmy about life after the world discovered his rapping abilities.
Brian Williams Addresses His Rapping — Part 1
Brian Williams Addresses His Rapping — Part 2
In this “Sunday Morning” preview Grammy Award-winning musician and producer Pharrell Williams gives credit to his high school band teachers for helping him get to where he is today, and tells Anthony Mason that while growing up, his life was filled with special people. (CBS)
He is an interesting and humble guy:
“My story is the average story”
April 12, 2014
More interview videos and Get Happy after the jump
Click for Spotify playlist SUITE: JUDY BLUE EYES, Crosby, Stills & Nash (1st Album) It wasn’t an immediate hit. “Marrakesh Express” got all the airplay. And being in excess of seven minutes long, radio was reluctant to play the track in its entirety, the days of free format radio were dying. So the initial…Read More
Check out MJ rockin it old school: Click to play audio. Source: Harrattan Blog Here is what Rob Hoffman, a Sound Engineer who worked with Jackson early in his career, observes: One morning MJ came in with a new song he had written overnight. We called in a guitar player, and Michael sang every note…Read More
Note: Launch this Spotify play list, to hear the songs as they are discussed. Spotify link A SONG FOR JEFFREY Purists believe the initial album is best, “This Was,” the one before Mick Abrahams left. If nothing came after, Tull would be seen as English blues progenitors, but a hit changes all perceptions. There…Read More
Let It Be: Fiat Monkees & Golden Beatles By Grant Williams “And when the brokenhearted people Living in the world agree There will be an answer, let it be.” – Let It Be, The Beatles “Oh, and our good times starts and end Without dollar one to spend. But how much, baby, do we…Read More