Step aside, Willow Smith. Jadagrace is in the building!
The 13-year-old was discovered by Redfoo of LMFAO and her first single entitled “Run Dat Back,” on iTunes today. Not only is she sassy and adorable, she can also dance AND act. She definitely has all the makings of a mini pop princess!
I love love LOVE her! I just wish I had this much talent when I was 13…
Check out the pint-sized star’s song here:
1. There once was an electropop duo called LMFAO. It was composed of Redfoo (left) and his nephew Sky Blu (right). [duda-drogsky]
2. They party-rocked and shuffled for nearly six years. And their songs were immortalized in late-night dance clubs and dorms rooms. But Redfoo always had a certain je ne sais pas. [celebrityworldofgifs]
3. Redfoo recently announced that he and Sky Blu are taking a break. They’re both going in different directions and have no plans to record with each other for the next little while. [lifesmileandlaughyo] [crisgiraluna] [lmfaoredfoo]
That’s when the whole world went:
And wanted to do this:
And Redfoo was all: Read more…
A lot of us listen to LMFAO during our
hardcore workout routines as a subtle form of motivation. RedFoo and SkyBlu are large proponents of working out to maintain a high sense of confidence in outward sexiness, as laid out in their song “Sexy and I Know It.”
Now, from the same creators AND Jimmy Fallon comes “The Spin Bike Song,” a more blatant reminder that exercise is important. Plus, they don’t let high intensity workouts interrupt their sexiness.”
See if you can figure out which one is RedFoo and which one is Jimmy.
Watch it here:
We were all inspired by Noah’s bluesey and soulful version of LMFAO’s electronic track “Sexy and I Know It.” The 18-year-old managed to strip the song bare and take it to a new organic place. Unfortunately, we can’t all be as sexy as Noah — that’s when the parody covers come in.
Here are three hilarious covers of LMFAO’s “Sexy and I Know It” and “Party Rock Anthem.”
“Sexy and I Know It” — Brett Domino Trio
Brett Domino and Steven Peavis cover LMFAO’s “Sexy and I Know It” using only a MicroKORG, Mini Kaoss Pad II, and Kaossilator II. I don’t really know what those things are but the track is hilarious. Brett sparkles in his glasses and completely buttoned-up collared shirt. Plus his accent adds an extra class and blasé attitude to the track, kind of like he’s singing the song for a Wes Anderson movie about a guy who wears dad jeans a pursues music in his basement.
“Gassy and I’m Bloated” — Eric Schwartz Read more…
“Princess of China” — Coldplay ft. Rihanna
Princess of China, the much-anticipated collaboration between Coldplay and Rihanna, was finally released last week with a dramatic, eye-popping music video. I never thought Rihanna and Chris Martin’s voices could complement each other so well but RiRi impressively holds her own with the alternative rockers. The R&B songstress looks amazing in her sexy Asian-inspired outfits, and Chris Martin is a dreamboat as usual, playing Rihanna’s star cross lover. With flying ninja sword fights, desert landscapes, and some amazing on screen chemistry between Chris and Rihanna (hopefully Gwyneth Paltrow wasn’t too hard on Chris), the video definitely does the song justice.
“Run” — Flo-Rida ft. RedFoo
Once again, our friend Flo-Rida has taken an 80s classic and turned it into a sexualized pop hit (“Right Round,” anyone?) His new single “Run,” featuring LMFAO’s RedFoo, is a four-minute club banger that samples Bryan Adams’ “Run to You.” It includes Rida’s usual catchy hooks that will get stuck in your head for days, and of course, the chorus is ridden with some clever sexual innuendos. Somewhere, I’m sure Bryan Adams is shaking his head in shame, but the song makes me want to pour myself a shot, throw on some heels, and go out dancing, so it’s an A+ in my books!
“Spectrum (Calvin Harris remix)” — Florence + the Machine Read more…
You may have heard the rumours reported in The New York Post about LMFAO feuding, under the very clever headline “Every Day I’m Tussling.” Apparently Sky Blu was totally jealous of Redfoo because he was booking a lot of DJ gigs under the duo’s name and cashing in.
Redfoo and Sky Blu filmed a video response of themselves making fun of the breakup rumour. In the clip Redfoo asks Sky Blu:”You see the stuff they wrote in the New York Post? The crazy stuff, let me read it to you,” but before he’s given a chance Sky Blu tries to grab the paper. Eventually they shred the paper to shreds and gleefully chant: “Everyday we tussling.”
NY Post is still sticking to the original story saying in one article about the video: ”While the pair plays nice in the video, sources tell Page Six that things aren’t so civil between the two DJs….”
But according to Sky Blu and Redfoo, they’re buddies, so you can go back to sleeping peacefully at night. To make you doubly happy, they also announced dates for their upcoming tour.
Watch it here:
Santigold versus Red Foo and the dancing man
LMFAO’s RedFoo “empathized” with Santigold who had one attention-hogging fan steal the spotlight during a recent concert. The audience member was so inspired by the beat he became one with the music, eventually inspiring a large portion of people to stop staring and start dancing. RedFoo sarcastically tweeted that these fame whores are simply haters.
Baseball players sings Adele
Everyone knows Adele, even baseball player Jason Kipnis. In fact, it looks like he knows her by heart. The Cleveland Indian’s second baseman was wearing a mic during an exhibition game last Wednesday and was caught singing “Someone Like You.” We’re not sure if he knew everyone could hear his lungs of steel but he sang with heart.
LMFAO is NOT sorry for party rocking, even though they claim they are. In their new video for “Sorry for Party Rocking,” the third single from their sophomore album, they throw an epic party in a cartoon-like house.
Unfortunately their elderly next door neighbours (who appear to be SkyBlu and RedFoo under some intense makeup) are not so appreciative. The nearly 8-minute video includes a cameo from David Hasselhoff and lots of zebra print. The video is directed by Mickey Finnegan, who directed “Party Rock Anthem” and “Sex and I Know It.”"
I prefer when artists release videos like this, because they’re essentially short films with story lines — it’s much more interesting than a glammed-up singer lip-syncing on a stage. Plus the video features some pretty impressive dance moves.
Redfoo summed up his Honduras concert perfectly when he tweeted, ”Epic concert tonight!!!! Everybody in Honduras, we set the place on fire!!!!” LMFAO’s concert got cut short last night when the venue caught on fire, and it’s believed this is no accident.
According to local news reports, the fire broke out at the Coliseo Nacional de Ingenieros … towards the end of the LMFAO concert. The group ended early after the stadium filled with smoke.
15 people were treated for smoke inhalation, and it is believed the fire was done on purpose. Redfoo later tweeted, “On a serious note. Hope everybody is safe from the fire tonight! love you Honduras!”
On the surface people look at LMFAO and they see a couple of dudes singing about partying and picking up girls. And people think there isn’t any substance to the guys or the music. That would be an incorrect judgement as LMFAO knows exactly what they are doing. As we learned when talking to the two gentlemen, these guys know how to write hits, market themselves and are very strategic about their art.
Officially one of the funniest interviews of the year. I mean what else could it be when a group renames the interviewer “DJ BJ”. Really fun guys with some interesting stories about being on the road and being surrounded by ladies. We do apologize for the shaky camera work for Jenn’s intro that was also out of focus. We think our camera man was drunk or high when this was filmed.