Titty Two Necklaces joined the pop punk band and Diplo’s dancehall misfits during their respective sets at yesterday’s Coachella installment. Check out more up top and down bottom.
FOB gets Big Sean on their latest single from their upcoming Save Rock & Roll album.
Debuted during NBA’s All-Star Weekend, FOB and Teta Chico finally let loose the studio recording of their Save Rock And Roll single. The album drops April 16th.
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Directed by DONALD/ZAEH
Someone’s not having the best week ever in this clip. FOB’s Save Rock and Roll drops April 15th.
Fall Out Boy & 2 Chainz Perform “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark” At 2013 NBA All-Star Saturday Night (Video)
Shortly before the NBA Slam Dunk “Contest” Saturday night, FOB and Teta Chico performed an updated version of Fall Out Boy’s Save Rock And Roll single.
Directed by DONALD/ZAEH
Guess who’s back? The group’s first album in five years, Save Rock And Roll, drops in May. And for the first introduction, FOB enlists 2 Chainz for their new video.
I expect a shitload of “WHY IS THIS ON 2DB?!?” rants in the c-section.
Doing acapella, self-made snippets of the five songs nominated for Record of the Year at the Grammys next month, the Fall Out Boy member performs Jay-Z and Alicia Keys’ “Empire State Of Mind,” Eminem and Rihanna’s “Love The Way You Lie,” Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now,” B.o.B and Bruno Mars’ “Nothin’ On You” and Cee-Lo Green’s “Fuck You.”
Patrick’s solo debut, Soul Punk, drops later this year.
Meka posted some behind-the-scenes footage. Now here goes the official video from Cee-Lo, Brendon Urie (Panic at the Disco), Patrick Stump (Fall Out Boy), Travis McCoy (Gym Class Heroes) and Janelle Monae. Definitely a song worth playing when your down. Smile folks…
Check out some behind-the-scenes vignettes from the video shoot for “Open Happiness,” the track recorded by Cee-Lo Green, Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump, Brendan Urie from Panic at the Disco, Travis McCoy from Gym Class Heroes, and Janelle Monae up top and under the cut. The official video drops this Thursday (July 16) on MTV.
Why does this guy insist on putting passed legend’s names in his mouth? *Now I’m convinced this interview went down before the Dilla/Detroit fuckery. I’d hope he would have enough sense to know that Pac fans are… Pac fans haha. But like I said, we should only listen and judge him on his music. Let’s all pop in This Perfect Life. Oh wait…
VIMBY caught up with 88 behind the scenes of his new video. Also check out 88 putting his own touches on “America’s Suitehearts.”