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Weird Al Yankovic’s 15 Funniest Parody Songs
The truth of the matter is if Weird Al Yankovic showed the inability to legitimately mimic his popular subjects, the comedy vet's career would have…
Weird Al Yankovic Parodies Iggy Azalea’s ‘Fancy’ In ‘Handy’
Just as he did nearly 20 years ago, song parodist "Weird Al" Yankovic tackles the rap song of the moment. In his latest video, he…
Watch: Weird Al Yankovic Begs Iggy Azalea To Parody Her Song
Exclusive: ‘Portugal. The Man’ Talks Danger Mouse, RZA And Weird Al Yankovic
Genre-bending, groove group ‘Portugal. The Man’ dropped their latest album Evil Friends this week (June 6) via Atlantic Records after much anticipation. VIBE sat down…
Random Hilarity: Weird Al Yakovic Spoofs Lady Gaga With ‘Perform This Way’
You're not really a pop culture icon until Weird Al spoofs you. His latest spoof is his own rendition of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way,"
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Desiigner’s “Holy Ghost” Was Born In Brooklyn
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