May 192014
Hugs Music Video By Lonely Island And Pharrell

The Internet is giddy that comedy-music group The Lonely Island has debuted two new music videos after appearing on SNL this weekend. After working with Lil’ Jon for their first instant viral hit, When Will The Bass Drop, they teamed up with Happy famous Pharrell to star in this hilarious music video, Hugs. Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Pharrell sing and rap about giving girls… hugs. It’s not exactly what you’d expect from such famous pop-rap stars. 


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May 182014
When Will The Bass Drop Music Video

It’s been a while, but popular comedy-music group The Lonely Island has finally returned with a brand new SNL Digital Short. As a hilarious critique of modern concerts, dubstep, electronic dance music, and the music industry in general, Andy Samberg DJ’s the perfectly titled song, When Will The Bass Drop. When the bass finally does drop, Lil’ Jon “turns it up to death.”

What exactly does that mean? Watch and find out. 


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Jun 082013

Have you noticed they spell a lot in hip hop and rap? As a part of their #WackWednesday, The Lonely Island parodied this musical trend by taking it to an extreme.

In SPELL IT OUT, Andy Samberg starts by saying, “We got my man Jorm, Kiv’s in the house, and me, you who I am, and if not, let me spell it out.”

He then spells out the rest of the entire song.

Aryanna Middleton dictated the lyrics as “Dudethathassexwithpigsformoney­butonlyasasdiethingrightnow,I’­mjustshortoncashandhaveironsin­thefirebutinthiseconomyit’llha­vetodomynameis Lenny.”


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Feb 272013

NSFW – laguage 

The 2013 Independent Spirit Awards were held last Saturday, and aired on IFC. SNL famous Andy Samberg opened with a humorous ten minute monologue, but being it was the Spirit Awards, nobody saw it. Thankfully, he posted the speech on his The Lonely Island channel. 


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Jan 272013

Web favorite The Lonely Island started off as a small name on SNL with Andy Samberg as the leader. Now, they have grown a huge following, with over 2.8 million fans on YouTube alone. 

For their latest piece, they mock the newly trending acronym YOLO, which stands for You Only Live Once. The younger generation commonly uses the new slang as an excuse when making impulsive and/or stupid life decisions. 

Instead, Kiv, Andy, and Jorm sing about how careful one should be as you only have one precious life. Super pop stars Adam Levine and Kendrick Lamar guest star in the music video that has instantly gone viralviral. 


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