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Friday, August 14, 2009

Freddy's Friday Night Dance Party!: Uncle Phil Edition!

Wubba wubba wubba! Hey there you dancing’ hep cats, it is a pleasure to see you back with us this Friday for another all night dance par-tay, at the club that is better than at least seven STD‘s…it‘s Freddy’s Friday Night Dance Party!! We got a bubble machine, that doesn’t blow, and the Moet is gonna straight up be flowin’ all night, right on through till it‘s time for you to get ready for work in the morning! YEAAHHHHH!!!

Always bringin’ the sickest beats, to move yo feet’s, dj Skele-tone rushed back from a week spinnin’ hot beats in Europe just to get this party started correct! On the hip-hop docket tonight, dj Skele-tone has something that will blow your mind! He will be playing DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince’s hip-hop horror classic, A Nightmare on My Street! See below for an explanation as to the strange video choice…we wouldn’t want you to think the guy that drives the El Camino slipped something into your drink again.

Oh shit!! Carlton’s here?! He always brings da funk!



Released in 1988 and written by Pete Q. Harris, Will Smith, and Jeffrey Townes (best known as DJ Jazzy Jeff) and featured on the album “He‘s the DJ, I‘m the Rapper,” A Nightmare on My Street was created to coincide with A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master. However, some behind closed doors business gone bad (involving other film properties), resulted in a rift between New Line Cinema and the hip-hop duo, resulting in the song being denounced by New Line as having any connection to the Nightmare property. It was to the point that all pressings of the single and the album had a disclaimer stating that the song had no affiliation with the series. There was even a video that was made for the song, and I think I remember seeing it, but it is rumored that it was aired either just a few times, or not at all. Whether it played at all or not, New Line buried the video for no one to ever see again, and thus, the still very cool It‘s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown hybrid. Thought you all would enjoy that choice, as I love it! I searched pretty long and hard (ahem) for the actual video, well, like more than ten minutes at least, but no luck finding it. If there were one thing that could slay Freddy Krueger though, it would be that shrill bitch, Lucy, not the star of Wild Wild West.

Let’s get back to the business at hand. OHHHHH...MAN! This party is so off the chain! Might be the Moet talkin’, but I’m feeling like I wanna do a little more dancing’ tonight. In the bedroom. We are movin’ this party to my pants!!! Hey, what is a great way to keep from getting pregnant, while still getting laid? Use a Wubba wubba wubba!

5 comments:

  1. Yo, this party is slammin'! When's the Fat Boys coming?

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  2. As Jeff mentions, that record was one of the first I ever bought as a kid. Because A) it had Freddy on the cover and B) I was sure it would piss my parents off. All I got was a shitty track and Robert Englund trying to rap. Absolutely terrible.

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  3. I'm glad you made the party, James! Your dance moves are legendary around these parts!

    Jeff, your worm is sick! And of course, dj Skele-tone has Fat Boys ready to roll in the near future. He is saving it for the truffle shuffle themed dance party that will be coming around soon!

    Planet of Terror, I thought you were a robot at first with how well you performed your robotic dance moves tonight! But, I will say, terrible and all, I LOVE the Fat Boys song, and a good part of it is due to Freddy breakin' it down like a true hip-hop practitioner!

    Thanks for making it out to the club tonight y'all! See you next week!

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  4. Nice nod to Downtown Julie Brown ;)

    When I was on my 'find Elm Street related songs!' kick, I came across this one. I'm digging it. It's definately the moet in me too.

    I do have my favorite... the one by Tuesday Knight. *sings* Running from his nightmare...!!!

    I love that song! I don't care who knows.

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