Robin Thicke stopped by the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon show on Thursday (August 1) and lent his falsetto voice to a fun version of his hit song "Blurred Lines." Also included: The Roots, show host Jimmy Fallon and a whole lot of kid's musical instruments.
I've watched this video from Louisiana State University Shreveport a couple of times now. I still haven't quiet got it all figured out yet. I'm guessing that it's showcasing all the awesome things you can do at LSUS
Critics of Robin Thicke's hit song Blurred Lines claim it's misogynistic, pointing to its provocative lyrics about good girls gone bad and now-banned adult music video. In a definite nod to that possibility, we now have a funny music video featuring former US president Bill Clinton singing Blurred Lines.
I'm not going to lie, I never 'got' the whole Lana Del Rey 'thing' before this song. I thought she was was some late night TV, lyrically overly simplistic musical flash in the pan. I get it now. Check out her new sin
Lady Gaga is revealing more and more about 'ARTPOP,' but in true Mother Monster fashion, it's on her own terms. For every morsel of information she lets her Little Monsters devour, a whole new slew of vagueness and mysteries emerge.
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