Here's your weekly update, in the event you actually have a job and can't spend all day staring at the internet!
Drake pushed back the release date for his new album Nothing Was The Same, much to the disappointment of his fans. He threw them a bone, however, by unveiling the album artwork. This backfired though, and soon after the Twitterverse was saturated with pretty funny parodies of the cover. Here are a few of our favorites.
Gimme some Kels is right! Whoever the genius was that created this website deserves some serious recognition. In case you didn't follow the link, it's a button that says "Gimme some Kels." When you press it, you are subsequently given some Kels. Please use responsibly.
This happened a little while ago, but we just posted the video yesterday. It's one of the greatest music video parodies we've ever come across. If anyone has more swag than Pharrell, its my man Harvey.
In other news, DMX got arrested for the second time in two weeks! After being pulled over (wrongfully, according to DMX), the arresting officer spotted a certain green plant in a bag. Typical. Luckily DMX's lady friend caught the event on tape, so we got a rare preview of his new single "Normal Traffic Stop."
Stars came by our Cali cabana to give us a private session in 100 degree weather. Check them out doing "The North", "Backlines", and "A Song Is A Weapon" below.
Trent Reznor is at it again...though he successfully pissed off his loyal fans with a surprisingly poppy new Nine Inch Nails single dubbed "Everything."
Check out "Everything" here.
If you're with these dudes, you'll enjoy this vid.
Bear's Den came by Baeble HQ and blew us all away. The full session will be available soon, but you can check out an instavid preview of our new favorite folk trio below. If you like what you hear, sit tight...we'll have the full-length session son. If you really like what you hear, go see the band live. They'll be spending the Fall opening for Daughter and a little band called Mumford and Sons.
Zero 7 just released their first new single since 2009, and its really really awesome. Listen to "On My Own" below.
Green Day decided to get back to their roots in London by performing Dookie in its entirety in honor of the album's upcoming 20th birthday. Good for you Green Day. Now start making new music like that again.
And last but certainly not least, the internet was abuzz this week when a few lively librarians decided to remake the Beastie Boys classic video for "Sabotage". We took the opportunity to comb the web for other videos of goofy teachers, which yielded some great results. This one definitely tops the list.
So that's it for this week. Not too big on the news front, but definitely some quality laughs packed in there along with some great music. Happy Friday.