We at Musicmusic are big fanst of Biz Markie. He reminds us of a cartoon character. That’s why he’s such a great fit on Yo Gabba Gabba! where he does the “Biz’s Beat Of The Day” segments!
TuneUp Media, cleans up digital music libraries. Apparently, Biz is a big fan of TuneUp and DJ’d at their launch party, so he was game to act endearingly ridiculous in the commercial co-starring is Andy Milonakis.
Today Coca-Cola’s launches the “Open Happiness” video, which tries to associate that song with the brand seen for only an instant. Coca-Cola signed a crew of well-known band members and performers to record the single. It also produced several different language versions for other countries. MTV is expected to show the premiere of the music video for “Open Happiness.” Coca-Cola said it did not pay MTV for the showing. As is the case with the song, viewers of the video will be hard-pressed to spot the Coca-Cola brand. “I studied the video like the Zapruder film,” said a Coke spokesman, Petro Kacur, and the Coke reference “is so super-fast that you really have to be looking for it.”Umut Ozaydinli, the global music marketing manager for the Coca-Cola Company, said the upbeat song pulled consumers into the Open Happiness campaign, rather than pushing it on them like traditional advertising
Get ready to play as the one of the greatest bands ever. The Beatles: Rock Band will “allow fans to pick up the guitar, bass, mic or drums and experience The Beatles extraordinary catalogue of music through gameplay that takes players on a journey through the legacy and evolution of the band’s legendary career.” The game will be compatible with current instrument controllers, but you’ll be able to buy new ones modeled after those used by John, Paul, George and Ringo. Available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii on 9/9/09 ,The Beatles: Rock Band ($60) will be sold along with The Beatles: Rock Band Standalone Guitars ($100) and The Beatles: Rock Band Limited Edition Premium Bundle ($250).
All good things must come to an end. Older boxes are replaced in the cereal aisle to make room for the latest sugar-blasted flavor and snazzy box art. Click HERE for a tribute to the fallen warriors that made our Saturday mornings in front of the television a little more comforting.