Friday, February 11, 2022

Check Out Some Of The Best Comedy Music

 You probably have heard of humorous vocalists like Weird Al, but serious artists have written some equally funny songs. Everyone needs a good chuckle now and then, and these musicians prove that you don't have to be serious all of the time to be successful. These humorous songs range from country to rap and are sure to make you laugh. So listen to the music and don't forget to read the lyrics.

1. Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros By Flight of the Conchords

Look no further if you're seeking for an example of an authentic New Zealand gangster rap war. Brett and Jemaine (a.k.a. The Rhymenoceros and Hiphopopotamus, respectively) mention tea parties, nice rhymes, and a person named Steve in this one.

2. Smash By Starbombs

Dan Avidan and Brian Wecht of Ninja Sex Party, along with Flash animator and Internet sensation Arin Hanson[3] and "space rock masters" TWRP, a Canadian music group noted for collaborations with NSP, formed Starbomb. This is undoubtedly one of Starbomb's most well-known tracks, and there's a reason for that. It's one of the funniest songs ever heard because of the incredible sound, lyrics, and animation. 

3. Welcome to the Internet By Bo Burnham

Burnham has a bleak view of the internet for someone who grew up with it. Burnham imagines the internet as a deranged carnival barker greeting its newest victim in "Welcome to the Internet." "Could I keep you interested in everything all of the time?" he asks, as he offers nutritious breakfast alternatives, photographs of renowned women's feet, and Harry Potter pornography. Burnham – who published his first YouTube video at the age of 16 in 2006 — is hidden beneath the frightening, maniacally laughing narrator, warning the younger generation about the deep pit that launched his career.

4. Tribute by Tenacious D

Without their first big single, "Tribute," Tenacious D may never have been what they are today. After failing to write the world's greatest song, the bandmates decided to write a tribute song to the greatest song ever written, according to the bandmates. 

The band's first encounter with a demon was in the fourth episode of their program, "The Greatest Song in the World," which took place before the movie's conclusion. After their next-door neighbor (Scott Adsit) calls the cops on them for creating too much noise, the band convinces the officer to let them off the hook with a demon-fighting song/story.

5. Smells Like Nirvana By Weird Al” Yankovic

"Weird Al" Yankovic rose to fame in the 1980s by parodying George Harrison and Madonna. He next mimicked Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit," the year's biggest song, in 1991. "The song isn't going to be about food, is it?" Kurt Cobain allegedly questioned Yankovic. "No, it's going to be about how no one can comprehend your lyrics," Yankovic said. "What is the meaning of this song?" begins "Smells Like Nirvana." "I can't make out any lyrics," he says, before going on to mock the band's Seattle roots. Many of the actors from the original "Teen Spirit" video appeared in Yankovic's version.

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