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The weekend may be here but "Weird Al" week marches on. His latest video is a Pixies pastiche and sees him ranting about "First World Problems," like not being able to fast forward commercials during…   Read Story »
Some weeks, we get an absolute deluge of great videos, but I can't remember any other weeks as rich as this one. I thought about blowing it out to a top-10 list this week, but that would take…   Read Story »
On the back of his new album Mandatory Fun, "Weird Al" Yankovic recently promised eight videos in eight days, and thus far, he's actually overdelivered. Earlier this week, we saw his videos for…   Read Story »
Great American "Weird Al" Yankovic released his new album Mandatory Fun this week, and he's been blitzing us with new videos since Monday. The first of those was also the best: "Tacky," Yankovic's…   Read Story »
"Weird Al" week continues! Amazing human being "Weird Al" Yankovic just released his new album Mandatory Fun, and he's already shared videos for the Pharrell parody "Tacky" and the Lorde spoof…   Read Story »
Weird Al Yankovic has pretty much dominated the week in music, which is objectively awesome -- I haven't listened to this much Weird Al since I was blasting "Amish Paradise." We've seen amazing…   Read Story »
The latest in Weird Al Yankovic's eight-videos-in-eight-days Mandatory Fun rollout plan is "Foil," his parody of Lorde's "Royals." What begins as a celebration of preserving leftover food spirals…   Read Story »
Stereogum founder Scott Lapatine has noted several times lately that the polka medleys have always been the best part of Weird Al Yankovic's albums, and he might have a point. Basically, in addition…   Read Story »
National treasure "Weird Al" Yankovic, in a clear effort to dominate this week's 5 Best Videos Of The Week countdown, is in the midst of releasing eight new videos in eight days, all to promote his…   Read Story »
In the YouTube era, Weird Al's shtick isn't so novel anymore. The songs he spoofs on his 14th album Mandatory Fun — "Happy," "Royals," "Fancy," "Blurred Lines," etc — have already been parodied…   Read Story »