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Guys, Yeezus leaked. You don't need music videos right now. You need to just play that real loud, let blood fill up your vision, luxuriate in the angry anxiety. If, however, you somehow need a break…   Read Story »
For the past month, fans have been getting peeks at the Lonely Island's upcoming release, The Wack Album, through the group's #WACKWEDNESDAYS campaign, beginning with "Spring Break Anthem" and most…   Read Story »
They're no longer SNL regulars, but the satirical fake-rap trio the Lonely Island is still making music, and next month they'll release The Wack Album, their third LP. The album includes a couple of…   Read Story »
Last Saturday's Will Ferrell-hosted Saturday Night Live contained the 100th Digital Short, a celebratory musical number featuring Justin Bieber, Julian Casablancas, Justin Timberlake, Natalie…   Read Story »
Andy Samberg and Justin Timberlake revived their funky fresh new jack swing duo on tonight's season finale of Saturday Night Live, which JT hosted for the fourth time. Musical guest Lady Gaga joins…   Read Story »
Name: The Lonely Island Progress Report: America’s mightiest novelty band slip on a Turtleneck & Chain The genre known as "comedy music" is often regarded as the sad realm of the one-hit…   Read Story »
The Lonely Island are back with (drumroll) "We're Back," the first taste of their forthcoming second album Turtleneck & Chain. The SNL trio's 2009 Incredibad boasted guest spots from T-Pain,…   Read Story »
My favorite song from Incredibad gets a video/SNL digital short. Come along to awesometown, b.y.o.boiledgoose.   Read Story »
In anticipation of INCREDIBAD, Lonely Island's send-ups are arriving rapid fire. This new track, which has the Strokes man lending his pipes, is less "Jizz In My Pants," more "I'm On A Boat," at…   Read Story »
There are exactly two things the world needs no more of: in order, they are fake rap and autotuned T-Pain cameos. End list. Accordingly this cut from the Lonely Island's debut album should be a…   Read Story »