MyMusicCloud Viral Video Alert: Is ‘Goose MCs’ the New ‘What the Fox Say’?

What do heroic Hudson-River pilot “Sully” Sullenberger and a nerdy white rapper from Los Angeles have in common?
“Goose MCS all up IN MY ENGINES,” according to this hilarious new music video featuring a ballet-dancing pilot, Riverdancing geese, and, of course, lots of dope rhymes. Believe it or not, Wednesday, Jan. 15, marked the fifth anniversary of Captain Sully’s safe landing in New York’s Hudson River after his U.S. Airways flight was ruthlessly attacked by a flock of wayward water fowl.
And like most rappers from the mean streets of L.A., singer and comedian Zach Sherwin could relate.
“Sometimes with all the jealous haters trying to bring me down, I feel like the Chesley Sullenberger of this rap game …” he says.
Word. But, hey, if you were a fan of Ylvis’s absurdly addictive viral video “What the Fox Say,” we think you’ll dig “Goose MCs.” Check out our Viral Video Alert choice for January below …

Eminem Yodels, Teams with Rihanna & Imitates Yoda on His New Album

 

May I have your attention please? May I have your attention please? The Real Slim Shady is unleashing his seventh solo album next Tuesday and the hype is about to reach ear-blowing proportions. MMLP2 is the long-awaited follow-up to The Marshall Mathers LP  released 13 years ago, and like the rapper himself, it’s riding a wave of silliness.

Case in point: Did you know Detroit’s “8 Mile” bad boy likes cupcakes? It’s true, according to the LOL promo for his guest performance this weekend (Nov. 2) on Saturday Night Live (Watch it below.).

Hopes are high for Em’s latest album, which includes more of his big beats and hilariously twisted rhymes, along with collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, Nate Ruess and female fave Rihanna.

This time around, he and Rihanna team up for the bouncy “The Monster” in which Eminem yodels (!) while Rihanna sings, “I’m friends with the monster that’s under my bed/ Get along with the voices inside of my head/ You’re trying to save me/ Stop holding your breath/ And you think I’m crazy/ Yeah, you think I’m crazy.”

Marshall also finds inspiration in some unusual places. On “Berzerk,” he borrows from Billy Squier‘s “The Stroke,” as well as the Beastie Boys‘ “The New Style” and “Fight for Your Right.” He even finds inspiration in the 1968 Zombies’ song “Time of the Season” and channels jedi master Yoda on “Rhyme or Reason.”

So if you’ve been missing the clown prince of rap, like we have, it’s time to break out those old Eminem CDs and play lists and get pumped for MMLP2. It’s about time rap got stoopid-fresh again.