Nothing But Music (or Skype is doing what?!? or why hiphop is more popular than rock music)

Skype, the web-based phone service, has a deal from Warner Music Group to sell music on Skype's music store. Which music store? This one. If you're wondering how this would work, ZDNet has a blog post that explains some scenarios. (via Coolfer)

Why folks are talking about Morningwood.


Below is a hip-hop adaptation of the movie, "Trading Places," starring President S. "Jay-Z" Carter, as Eddie Murphy's character Billy Ray Valentine, and Draze takes on Dan Aykroyd's character Winthorpe. Beyonce appears as Penelope. It's hot. (you can read an interview with it's creator here.)

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4 Comments on “Nothing But Music (or Skype is doing what?!? or why hiphop is more popular than rock music)”

  1. Liz Strauss Says:

    There’s weird circular logic to this mix . . . Skype and Ipod trading places while Emminem reinvents himself. I’m thinking of changing my identity just because I read all of this. Hmmmm.

  2. terryC Says:

    That video is funny. We call Mr. Carter President here in New York.

  3. Lori Says:

    No one is going to buy music from Skype. They must be high.

  4. Anthony Says:

    I love Morningwood but thought their wet t-shirt viral was naff whn I first saw it a couple of weeks ago.

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