Blake Lively, subject of the brilliant 2015 documentary The Age of Adaline, has finally shot back at critics of the controversial Instagram post from last month in which she described herself as having an “L.A. face with an Oakland booty.” Her caption, taken from Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back,” immediately irked many…
Here’s video of Jennifer Lopez doing a poetic reading of Sir-Mix-A-Lot’s ass classic “Baby Got Back” for W, which is apt because she’s the very inspiration for the song.
Jennifer Lopez is the reigning Queen of Butts, according to Sir Mix-A-Lot, the reigning King of Men Who Know About These Things. Step aside Kim Kardashian, with your lacquered, Paper magazine-celebrated bum.
In today's Tweet Beat, everyone watched the World Cup, Nikki Glaser should be worried about BC overdoses and Ice T and Sir Mix-A-Lot better invite the neighborhood.
I really didn't think Sir Mix-a-Lot could top his last foray into cultural relevance with that bizarre backpack-themed Target commercial, but the man sure has a way of grasping onto one song and milking it for all that it's worth.
In today's Tweet Beat, Shia LaBeouf is still not famous, Emma Bunton delivers a non-Thursday throwback, and musicians like Beth Ditto and Sir Mix-A-Lot applaud Lorde's Grammy wins.
Not content with dominating the airwaves separately with their inane-but-catchy music, Flo Rida and Pitbull have teamed up and released a video for their new song, "Can't Believe It." If you thought this tune would be about how they can't believe how lucky they are to be famous or they can't believe that world peace…
If knowing that "Baby Got Back" is itself 19 years old makes you shudder a bit, take solace in the fact that the man behind the song, Sir Mix-A-Lot (né Anthony Ray) turns 48 today — I think he's officially old enough to earn that honorific he's been sporting for a couple of decades. Raise a glass to him tonight,…
Show me the way to get to there. I'd love to see what's going on. And...dance!!!!! xoxoxox, ajd.