Throwback Thursday: Wale – W.A.L.E.D.A.N.C.E.

In honor of Wale dropping his second album Ambition this week Throwback Thursday is one of his earlier jams. “W.A.L.E.D.A.N.C.E.” was off his mixtape 100 Miles and Running. Wale remixed Justice’s hit “Dance.” It has been a long time coming for Wale be sure to go get Ambition. 

Bonus Jam: Wale – Legendary

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Video: 21 Jump Street Trailer

21 Jump Street stars Jonah Hill’s and this is his first movie where he is skinny. Hill might have lost a ton of weight but he hasn’t lost his comedic genius. The movie is loosely based off of the television series staring Johnny Depp. To make this movie even better Ron Swanson (A.K.A. Nick Offerman) makes an appearance as well as Ice Cube and Channing Tatum.

Theme Song Monday: Friends

Not m favorite show but the “Friends” theme song is a classic. The song is called “I’ll Be There For You” by The Rembrandts. There needs to be more shows with classic songs. Theme songs today are just another reason to use the fast forward button.

Top Ten: Family Guy Clips Involving Animals

Family Guy is one of the only shows that uses hilarious cutaways. Usually they don’t have anything to do with the story but they give the people watching a huge laugh. There is nothing that is off limits sex, drugs and anything that comes to Seth Macfarlane’s mind. There are tons of gut busting clips but we decided to countdown the ten clips that involve animals.

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Theme Song Monday: Nickelodeon Guts

Kids of the 90’s this was your American Galdiators. Knee boarding in a giant wave pool, slam dunking with a bungee cord on your back, and biking through a obstacle course this show literally reduced childhood obesity. I just wish that I could grab a piece of the Aggro Crag.

Be sure to check out this “Super Aggro Crag” battle on the Global Version of Guts

Thursday Throwback: Usher – U Don’t Have To Call

Before Usher had his monster hit “Yeah” he came out with “U Don’t Have To Call.” This song was off his 3rd album 8701. There were countless hits off this album including “U Remind Me” and “U Got It Bad.” Needless to say Usher really embraced the “U” aspect of his song titles.

Top Ten: Ja Rule Songs of All Time

Before 50 Cent ran Ja Rule’s name through the mud he was one of the most popular artists in music. Ja’s street cred was challenged by 50 Cent as well as his singing on the chorus of songs. The funny thing about 50 Cent making fun of Ja Rule singing in his songs is that 50 Cent started to sing in his songs. Even though no one was a Ja Rule fan after his beef with 50 you can’t help but think years later Ja Rule was on a bevy of hot tracks. He was responsible for Ashanti and Jennifer Lopez (J. Lo) blowing up. His acting career was terrible but he was one of the first rappers to have a acting career. Ja Rule’s past couple years haven’t been the best. He was sentenced to 28 months in prison for tax evasion and his album Pain is Love 2 was pushed back yet again to January 17th. Nevertheless Ja Rule was a hit maker, here are his top ten songs of all time.