Sickboi dropped a very relevant track called “Ups & Downs”. The song reflects on the past decade of ups and downs from the collapse of the Twin Towers in New York to the current financial crisis our nation is in today. The current economy is hurting everyone from the rich to the poor. The jobless rate isn’t helping either. It’s a self reflection of what really means the most to you. Is it the money? wealth? partying? or something else?
For other tracks about the economic turmoils we face, check out include Vossi on the Rocks, Paper Thin, and I Need a Dollar.
Ups & Downs by Sickboi
Adrian Zaw, who plays Syrus Primoris, from The Resistance Series on the SyFy Channel talks with Nerd Reactor’s John Spartan. In the interview, Adrian speaks about the potential for the show with the upcoming airing of The Resistance Series and voice techniques he used for the voice of Syrus Primoris. It could become a series like Battlestar Galactica or even a full blown movie. Take a peek at the Greed version of the trailer to see Adrian Zaw get washed down by hot women. To watch The Resistance Series, tune into the SyFy Channel on Monday, October 4th, 2010 @ 11pm EST.
Adrian Zaw talks about The Resistance Series
The Resistance Series trailer (Greed version)
Hidden tapes of Syrus Primoris
Jeremy Lin watch continues as we wait for the start of the NBA season. The Golden State Warrirors releases some Training Camp Practice Footage. Jeremy doesn’t have a lot of screen time, but we’re excited to see him play. He’s already got a uniform and inspiring kids on the court. Who wants his rookie card?
Jeremy Lin at Warriors Training Camp (See 31 second mark)
We never thought we’d ever see an Asian American group break into the mainstream, but Far East Movement has done it with “Like a G6“. Currently, the song is #1 on the itunes charts. Ever since the Entertainment Weekly article, the song has been soaring like a G6. (The #2 song on itunes charts happens to be Just the Way You Are by Bruno Mars.) A few weeks ago, the track broke in to the top 10 and never looked back. The guys of FM are now gearing up for the release of their new album “Free Wired“. Pre-order the album here. Three Fingers up.
Like a G6 music video
Comedian Jen Kwok tearin’ it up on this comedy reel. In the video, she does impressions of Kimora Lee Simmons, Tila Tequila, Ann Curry, and Lady Gaga. Along with impersonations, her own original characters come alive including YouTube Sensation Melanie Chen and Cabaret Singer Shelly Woo. Some freakin’ hilarious stuff in the video. Her solo show, “She Wants to Sing!” features a few of the characters and songs seen here. Be sure to check out the full length music video for “Date an Asian” and “Take You Home“.
Jen Kwok Comedy Reel (contains some profanity)