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And I though he was a Cubs fan. Jack White has become the darling of Major League Baseball. We’ve reached a point where we need to see Jack White at a baseball game at least once a week.
The Legend of Johnny Cleveland gets underway practically from Day One. Gentlemen, start your hip-hop.
The new video is out for the 2014 World Cup song “We Are One (Ole Ola),” by Pitbull ft. Jennifer “Block” Lopez and Claudia Leitte. There’s a lot of Pitbull tongue.
In Wednesday’s Scratching the Surface column, I looked at pitchers who are considered fifth starters for their teams and asked if they were going to make it, or if they would fake it. So I labeled each one either a “Bon Jovi” or a “Milli Vanilli.” The Milli Vanilli was obvious, but my choice of Bon Jovi was questioned on Twitter.
Jay-Z dropped a new track! Let’s take a listen to that hot fire. “Open Letter,” huh? I wonder who it’s to? Well, it sounds like someone in the Nets organization. Or maybe Nets fans in general? Brooklyn as a whole? It’s hard to tell. Take a listen after the jump.
Other NBA big men have been known to rehab injuries with various off-court pursuits, namely pumping gas and firing some rounds and movie-going. Andre Drummond’s injured back, which is keeping him out of the lineup for 4-6 weeks, does not afford such town-galavanting. Plus he’s a team player, and he doesn’t want to lose touch with the guys.
Ben Gibbard, former Deathcab For Cutie/Postal Service frontman did what any soft rock musician does when he loses a long-time love and wrote a song about it. In this case, it was his beloved Ichiro. Check out “Ichiro’s Theme” after the jump.
The band behind this OKC-version of “Call Me Maybe” — which has already been covered and parodied to death by a variety of people — must really love the Thunder. This cover features excellent instrumentation, clever lyric-reworkings, and even a rapper. Sure, the rapper’s not very good, BUT HE LOVES THE THUNDER. It’s waiting for you, in all its pop-y, foot-tapping glory, after the jump.