Meet Cornel Hrisca-Munn. He was born in Romania with no forearms and severely deformed legs, given days to live and then put into an orphanage when he beat the odds. He went on to study philosophy and theology at Keble College in Oxford where he found out what he really loves is playing the drums. Watch him destroy the drumline from “Hot Right Now.” And stop your whining.
RIP Richard Wagstaff “Dick” Clark, America’s Oldest Teenager. One of the longest-standing and most famous faces / voices in broadcasting history, Clark was the host of American Bandstand, the game show Pyramid and rang in the New Year for us on Dick Clark’s Rockin New Year’s Eve. He died earlier today of a heart attack at 82 years old. Here he is in a Dariy Queen commercial from 1982.
The swiss-army knife of the Rap world. The book is made of hemp, Snoop’s lyrics are printed on the pages made of rolling papers and you can strike a match on the spine. Available online April 20th (that’s 4:20 y’all) but for those of you hitting Coachella the papers will be premiered for free as Snoop is headlining the closing night.
Thank God: R. Kelly’s insane R&B soap opera “Trapped In The Closet” is making a return! The next installments of the epic musical series will be broadcast on IFC (whoa!) later this year. The original 12 episodes came in 2005 with another 10 aired in 2007. If you have never seen any of this truly mind-blowing series, stop what you are doing immediately and watch chapters 1-5 here.