Hmmm... How about "Four Gay Boys Desperately Pretending to be Straight". Although I suppose the same could be said for most boy bands.
I don't remember who it was but they did a song about "candy-coated rain drops." That's freaky-deaky Dan Savage type stuff right there.
I'm just glad that potential sex offenders have an outlet.
I enjoy that the guy with the worst hair (the long curly fro thing) only gets to have sex in a last-guy-around-before-I-die might-as-well-fuck situation with a broken elevator.
I did not realize Kennny G was a member of Color Me Bad
As a born-and-raised Oklahoman, it's STILL a point of pride for many Oklahomans that Color Me Badd is from Oklahoma City. It goes without saying that there aren't many celebrities from Oklahoma.
Didn't Ice Cube produce their record or something?
soul for real - candy rain
the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGzoCPlROz0
I think you mean "As a born-and-raised Oklahoma CITIANS, it's STILL a point of pride for many Oklahomans that Color Me Badd is from Oklahoma City." Us Tulsans thought they were crap.
It really wasn't until the Flaming Lips broke out that OKC produced a band better than anything Tulsa has produced (The Gap Band, Bob Willis and the Texas Playboys, Hanson).
And there are tons of celebrities from Oklahoma. It's just that half of them deny ever being from Oklahoma, and the other half are country singers.
why doesn't anyone dance like this any more? bah!
i love this song.
Those nifty black ink script tattoos all the rappers wear nowadays - no, scratch that, they've become so ubiquitous that you see effiminate rocker kids with them blasted across their collarbones and fore arms now - those things originated in California's Youth Authority over 40 year ago. They're normally attributed to Freddie Negrete for actually reaching the shops on the street and have been a staple of California gang culture ever since and have obviously grown far beyond that.
In their earliest manifestations, the text tattooed on the body would most commonly be a popular slogan like "Mi Vida Loca" or "Born To Raise Hell". Soon after, the most common thing you would see were popular song titles like, "Try Me", "Somebody Please", "Momma Tried" and so on and so on.
By the 90s, this trend had solidified and while incarcerated I encountered some real post-modern gems (often spelled correctly!) like the song titles "My Perogotive" and "Stone Cold Gentleman". Things had evolved past putting the titles of classic Oldies on your body to make a statment. This week's #1 chart topper was now "look at me" fodder for the human billboard. Of all the crazy ones I've seen, to this day nothing makes me laugh more than the crazy cholo dude I seen who had the title of Color Me Badd's "I Wanna Sex You Up" adorning his neck.
On a side note, not to be a one trick pony, this same cat had his last name mispelled on his back.
...and that's one to grow on.
I cannot lie: I love new jack swing. And this is so new jack swing.
werd up, ariel!!!!
NJS is primed for a comeback!
tch-ch-ch-tch... (kick stepping)
Ok, this is weird: just did a little quicky web research and found that the dude with the worst hair went on to become the most successful of the bunch, writing music for Jessica Simpson and marrying an American Idol. WTF? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Watters
B-LO #5, that's what I thought too!
I've never actually listened to this song before. It;s kind of creepy that one of the refrain lines is "we'll do it 'til we both wake up". Does that mean they're sleep-fucking?
hey, is that Shelley from Twin Peaks @ 2:23?
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