This video takes me back to the good ol' days...
His music video for 'Untitled (How Does it Feel)' is still the cream of the crop.
This video by BQE featuring Rica Shay was randomly emailed to me with the subject line "It's Fourgy Time," and now I can't get the Sesame Street-style hook out of my head.
Too bad a 13-inch dick can't fix everything else.
Expect to see a lot of tight buns, hot-dog-swallowing, and brilliant campy comedy—but more importantly, you're going to see three queens playing Jenga on a hot bottom's ass. This is talent.
Brazil is known for many things but the reasons...
And he's giving the rest of the world a run for...
We've told pornstars to stop singing before, but...
Leave it to a French pop star to make a music video where three sexy men parade around the streets of Paris wearing nothing but a boom box (or should we say gay-tto blaster). And we think they're actually naked too!
Yes, they have on little blocks that censor the sensitive bits, but based on their placement, we think these crazy kids are actually starkers. What is up with French people and videos where they're on the street naked.
The latest entry comes from Reead, an Algerian-born, Paris-based singer whose new single "Baby" features a music video that is high on concept and low on wardrobe. It's just three naked guys walking down a street handing off the stereo. Why the second one is initially wearing a tattered dress and a greasy wig, we have no clue, but we don't care because he immediately takes it off. Yeah, the song may not be genius, but the video is certainly something to behold, even if you listen to it on mute.
Because having just one musical act of hot daddies wasn't enough, there is now Unit-911, which claims to be the first. Oh snap, we smell a mauling coming on between bear bands!
A reader tipped us off to Unit-911, an English stud named Alfh who claims to be the "first adult musclebear musical group which reinforces masculinity and power." While we don't know whether or not he can back up his claims (there were at least those five "macho men" who came before him in the '70s), we do know that we love his single, dance track "Give It To Me" (no relation to the Madonna ditty), and the attendant music video.
Filmed partially in the Slammer sex club, it prominently features 911 and his unit while he snarls, growls, sings, and twirls a flashlight in a hallway while wearing only a jockstrap and a hat. If that didn't entice you into checking it out, how about knowing that the song isn't half bad. He may be more to look at than he is to listen to, but worse music careers (remember Jessica Simpson) were built on the same premise. Now, if only we can stop him from arresting Bearforce One.
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