Artwork by Brian Walsby The furious antics of punk didn’t get real until 1977, when Patti Smith fell off a stage in Tampa, Florida. Up until then, it had all been cartoon violence, like a Tom and Jerry episode. When Iggy Pop fell off...Show More Summary
After the success of Part 1, Brett returns with another quick guide to making a hit pop song. Featuring Brett’s own song, ‘Pinocchio’ (inspired by Iggy Azalea.) [Brett Domino]
Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon donned the fedora and harmonica for a Neil Young-style cover of the Iggy Azalea pop hit “Fancy” with the Canadian singer’s sometimes bandmates Stephen Stills, David Crosby, and Graham Nash. Crosby, Stills & Nash also stuck around for a quick riff on their 1969 Judy Collins tribute, “Suite: Judy Blue [...]
Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” has been No. 1 on the pop charts for six weeks now (the longest reign for any hit by a female rapper). So it was probably inevitable that Jimmy Fallon would spoof it on The Tonight Show. Crosby, Stills & Nash were...Show More Summary
After the success of his first video, musician Brett Domino returns with another quick guide on how to make a hit pop song. Brett features his new original pop song “Pinocchio“, which was inspired by recording artist Iggy Azalea. The track is available to purchase online from Bandcamp.
When fans heard Iggy Azalea‘s Rita Ora collaboration “Black Widow,” they started pegging the two pop stars as best friends. By then, Azalea had opened for Ora during her 2013 tour. After The New Classic break-up anthem surfaced, though, they would be quizzed on their favorite Spice Girls and shoe-purchasing habits. Azalea posed for Instagram... More »
Mad laughs on the ‘gram T.I.’s culture-appropriating protege, Iggy Azalea, has been the topic of discussion for several months now that her struggle to be a relevant artist is over and she’s made it big on the pop charts. In
After featuring on a pair of massive hits (Icona Pop‘s “I Love It” and Iggy Azalea‘s chart-topping “Fancy”), Charli XCX finally landed a smash of her own with The Fault In Our Stars soundtrack cut “Boom Clap”. The song has made her a hotter property than ever, which most artists would take as a sign... More »
There has been no shortage of female pop collaborations this year, including Rihanna and Shakira‘s “Can’t Remember To Forget You,” Christina Aguilera and Lady Gaga‘s “Do What U Want” re-recording, Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX‘s “Fancy,” and Ariana Grande and Iggy’s “Problem.” The latest chanteuse to get in on the action? “Domino” darling Jessie J,... More »
Recently, Amnesty International released a series of ads against torture, which featured beaten celebrities saying the kind of stuff that goes against their entire belief system. You know, stuff like the Dalai Lama condoning materialism and Karl Lagerfeld advocating bad fashion. It’s actually a pretty clever campaign to show young people what torture can entail.MORE
In an ironic twist, Amnesty International has issued an apology for tormenting Iggy Pop by using his image in an anti-torture ad. The perpetually shirtless punk icon was featured in a recent campaign by Amnesty International Belgium;...Show More Summary
Amnesty International's new campaign to bring awareness to torture included altered photos of HH the Dalai Lama, Karl Lagerfeld, and Iggy Pop. However, it's been so distressing to many to see His Holiness represented as a beaten and bruised victim, that Amnesty International has removed his photo from their ads, and issued this statement: read more
Amnesty International apologizes for using an image of Iggy Pop and attributing to him a statement about Justin Bieber.
Amnesty International’s graphically startling anti-torture campaign we spotlighted last week has backfired a bit. The organization’s Belgian arm manipulated photographs of three celebrities—the Dalai Lama, Iggy Pop, and Karl Lagerfeld—to...Show More Summary
"To generate awareness about our campaign against torture, Amnesty International Belgium French speaking section used an image of Iggy Pop without his authorization."
Angie Griffin and Chad Nikolaus of Screen Team have created a wonderful pop song lyrical mix up of “Happy” by Pharrell Williams and “Fancy” by Iggy Azalea. The song is available to purchase online from iTunes. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
1. “Fancy,” Iggy Azalea Featuring Charli XCX You've been dying for a song to come out that sounds like Lil Kim scissoring Gwen Stefani while Ke$ha watches and masturbates to an Insane Clown Posse beat.
What do Karl Lagerfeld, the Dalai Lama and Iggy Pop have in common, besides fame and critical acclaim? They’re all representing victims of physical abuse in this thought provoking ad campaign created by Amnesty International to raise awareness about the unjust torturing of prisoners. Show More Summary
Yesterday, I sat among 150 cheering, screaming, and dancing teenage girls, amped up on goblets of sugary lemonade, chocolate-drizzled popcorn, and Iggy Azalea pumped over loudspeakers. Icona Pop performed, Mindy Kaling told jokes, and we all went home with free tablets. What appeared to be a girl-power sleepover was actually... More »
To prove its point that people undergoing torture will tell anyone anything (thus negating it as a viable intelligence-gathering technique), Amnesty International is pairing images of beaten, battered famous people with extremely out-of-character quotes they would say only under extreme duress. Show More Summary