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Last Sunday, Jimmy Kimmel rounded up a few famous faces to reimagine old YouTube memes into a Hollywood movie trailer. The skit saw Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen, Samuel L. Jackson and Catherine Zeta-Jones spin “David After Dentist” and “Double Rainbow” into a faux big-budget production. It appears JGL got pretty immersed in his role as the young and heavily-medicated David as he reenacted the famous viral video entirely from memory. Yes, it’s as brilliant as it sounds.

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I won’t even say “in case you were living under a rock” because you have absolutely no excuse not to know that the Oscars took place in Hollywood last night. Lupita Nyong’o stole the show with her class, elegance and beauty, John Travolta won the award for best slip up, Ellen was the most gracious host anyone could ask for, while poor Leo went home empty-handed for the umpteenth time (head up, champ). Here are the best and worst moments from the 86th Academy Awards.

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Kendrick Lamar surprised ScHoolboy Q during his recent on-air interview with Power 106 LA’s Justin Credible and J. Cruz. Expecting a regular call from a fan, K. Dot caught Q off guard with some good old shit talking. It was all love though as Kendrick congratulated his Black Hippy brother for having the No. 1 album in the country. TDE CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith also called in to congratulate Q. Oxymoron is out now!

Listen to Q’s full interview after the jump…


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Yes, Lil Jon is still alive and well. He recently conducted an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session on Reddit, and it’s the best thing you’ll read all day. From offering key advice on current world crisis to revealing the true whereabouts of the Eastside Boyz, the Godfather of Crunk’s ALL CAPS responses were hilarious and insightful. And to think, all this was simply to promote his new single with DJ Snake, “Turn Down for What.”

Check out our favorite moments after the jump…


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By now you should be well aware that Rob Ford is not your typical mayor. He smokes crack, tramples colleagues and speaks with a Jamaican accent in fast food joints. Oh, and just this weekend he showed up at a Beats Academy of Toronto charity fundraiser function, where he attempted to make a hip-hop beat. I can’t say for sure, but I imagine this is what witnessing Pete Rock making “T.R.O.Y.” might have felt like. Can we get a Drake verse on this heat rock?

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He may have a new home, but it’s the same old tricks for Jimmy Fallon. Capping off his first week as the new host of The Tonight Show, Fallon returned with the fifth (and final?) installment of his always-entertaining “History of Rap” series alongside his buddy Justin Timberlake, who was the sole guest on last night’s show. The pair clearly hadn’t lost any of that comedic chemistry as they covered hits from Jay Z, OutKast, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Eminem, N.W.A, Run-D.M.C., Beastie Boys, LL Cool J and many more.

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We don’t discriminate rap fans over on this side. Like Kendrick said, “Black, White, Asian, Hispanic, goddammit, that don’t mean shit to me.” But you can’t help but laugh at this probably 39-year-old white dude who claims to be (and clearly is) 2 Chainz’s number one fan. Between his overly enthusiastic impressions of Tity Boi’s ad-libs, noticeably forced dialect and general lack of chill, this whole encounter is just awkward to watch.

Convincing us further of his mental well-being, the guy then exits the building talking about how he’ll “straight up” fight these “perpetrating-ass bad-ass bitches” who talk shit about his beloved 2 Chainz. A thousand bucks this guy’s got a shrine to Tauheed Epps in his bedroom closet (via TSS).

Watch 2 Chainz discuss his new sneaker deal with adidas with Complex after the jump…


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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon isn’t off to a bad start, is it? Following his hilarious and perfectly executed “Evolution of Hip-Hop Dance” skit with Will Smith on Monday night, Fallon shuffled into formation with his barbershop quartet, The Ragtime Gals, to perform a rendition of R. Kelly’s classic party starter, “Ignition (Remix).” Another in the W column for the new Tonight Show.

Watch the hilarious clip after the jump…


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Clearly Tom Ford isn’t down with the Molly movement, either. Last year during his Magna Carter World Tour, Jay Z started rocking a Black Boy Place football jersey inspired by his “Tom Ford” lyrics, featuring “TOM FORD,” “61″ and “MOLLY” struck through on the back. Now, what he’s calling “a knock-off of the knock-off,” Tom Ford has taken the genius design made famous by Hov and printed it on the front of two sequined dresses as part of his Fall 2014 collection, which he previewed at London Fashion Week yesterday. Who says Jay’s brand is suffering?

Take a look at Jay Z’s original Tom Ford jersey below…



Oh wow. My face is still hurting from laughing at Will Smith and Jimmy Fallon running through all of hip hop’s greatest dance trends from the “Kid n Play” dance to the “Dougie” and even “Superman that Ho.” So glad that on the opening night, the very first show of Jimmy Fallon’s run as the host of the historic Tonight Show…he brought along one of the best reoccurring features of his Late Night With Jimmy Fallon show, “The History of Rap” Tonight, he switched it up a bit and called it, “The Evolution of Hip Hop Dance.”

Trust me, it’s hilarious…
Watch Jimmy and Will dance…
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