Welp Welpy McWelpertons of Welpland. It’s been really quiet gossip wise that last couple of weeks and as I waited patiently for ratchetness to occur…I wondered if this could be the beginning of the end.
Then Ray J dropped a video.
The Justin Timberlake show rolled through Saturday Night Live where JT served as both host and musical guest. NBC brought out the big guns in former SNL cast members as well as the other five time hosts of the show. I was watching the show on a bit of a delay, because I was at work and Vinny from the Jersey Shore ruined the suprise of Jay Z coming out on Twitter, who is lucky I didn’t unfollow him for ruining the surprise:
I knew Jay was Comin out #SNL
— Vinny Guadagnino (@VINNYGUADAGNINO) March 10, 2013
Here at Thoughts of a Jeanius, yours truly has the most experience dealing with today’s rock music scene, therefore I will be counting down 2012′s top 10 rock songs.
This will be our second-annual rock songs of the year countdown following last year’s inaugural list. Many may know that my favorite band is Avenged Sevenfold, so with no new A7X music this year, who will take top honors? That picture to the left may give a slight hint. However, let’s how run through the rest of the best rock songs of the year before I drop the ball and crown the Deftones with the best song of the year.
It’s that time of the year when everyone, including us here at Thoughts of a Jeanius, start putting together their Best of 2012 lists. To the best of my knowledge Time Magazine is the first to put their list out, and earlier this week they named the Usher‘s D!plo produced single “Climax,” top song 2012. They certainly have an interesting list, for lack of a better term, which features the likes of Psy, Carlee Rae Jepsen, and Nicki Minaj just to name a few.
Last night 50 Cent and Adam Levine premiered the first single from 50′s Street King Immortal, “My Life,” the video featured Eminem, who was not on The Voice. This track is kind of autobiographical with 50 reminding everybody about his accomplishments, it’s growing one me.
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