Sweet Butt Music: Check Out The Booty Drum


We all know what TWERKING is now, so maybe this was just a matter of time: Now you can create a song using the unique gyrations, claps, jiggles, and pops of your OWN butt cheeks.

An audio design company called AIAIAI in Denmark just created a new invention called the Booty Drum, that creates music based on your twerking.

You attach two sensors to your butt, and start shaking. The sensors have accelerometers in them, so as your butt bounces, they track its movement and craft a set of drum loops. Then they’re assembled into a music track.

For now, the Booty Drum is still experimental . . . so you can’t go out and buy one yet. But if there’s enough demand, they can’t deny us forever.

Fake Jim Carrey Fools Czech Awards Show


If I was in the audience, I would’ve been thinking, “How lame has Jim Carrey become? He’s just gonna walk out, pop some confetti, and leave? Booooo!”. But – it was lame because it wasn’t the real thing, just some cheap Czechoslovakian knockoff Jim Carrey. If any mystery remained, though, the REAL Carrey took to Twitter to clear things up.



Cops hauled Afroman off stage because he punched a female fan in the face.

The rapper was performing in Biloxi, Mississippi when witnesses say the woman got on stage and walked up to Afroman — and then suddenly, without warning, he turned and landed a right-handed haymaker to her face.

The woman went down hard. She was bleeding and crying while Afroman kept on performing until the house lights came on and the music stopped.

Security helped the woman off the stage — while cops took Afroman.

Afroman’s rep says the rapper had no idea if the fan was a man or a woman — he just reacted to someone being on stage.

The rapper was booked for assault, and released after paying a $330 bond.

Russian Tests Bulletproof Helmet By Shooting Dude in Head


There are so many other ways to have gone about testing this bulletproof helmet. For example, they could have taken it to one of those labs you see on TV and let a ballistics expert take care of business. Hell, if they’re on a budget they could have just done it right where this video takes place, but without a person inside the helmet. None that works though. Not only do we need to know if this helmet can actually stop a bullet from drilling through your skull, we need to see if the guy wearing it will live long enough to take another swig of vodka. And, you know, you can get way more views on the internet for the real deal. Bravo, comrades.

KROCK’s All-Time Favorite SNL Skits

Shawn Rock – “Well this wasn’t easy because I could find so many that I love! SNL shorts are so great and really some of their best work. Eddie Murphy changed the game when he joined SNL. This is proves it.”

Dan Halen – “Gotta go with the Lov-ahs in the Hot Tub mostly because I get a huge kick out of the cast losing their shit in the middle of a sketch because the premise is so out there.”

Mitch Fortner – In my opinion, Tom Hanks is the best host SNL has had. He always killed it in every skit. Having him in Wayne’s World was a wonderful idea. Here you can see why.

Mr. Crowley – “There should be no explanation needed for why this is my favorite.”

Cate Carrier – “Mine is the amazing Christopher Walken taking a census survey. Reason: Because he plays a convicted criminal living alone in an apartment with a bobcat working 56 hours a week as a street performer. And his life sounds pretty damn good.”

Drewcifer – “My favorite Richard Pryor skit cannot be aired due to language, so I’ll go with this one. Pryor is my all time favorite comedy genius, plain and simple.”

Megan Love – “Because I’m that mature…”

Crowd Assists Band in Inspiring & Impromptu Cover of ‘You Shook Me All Night Long’ [VIDEO]

During a bit of stage banter at a New York show last summer, musician Matt Nathanson casually played the first few chords of AC/DC’s ‘You Shook Me All Night Long.’ It was only meant to punctuate something he was saying between songs in his set, but the crowd picked it up immediately and didn’t let the song end.

You can feel the electric energy between the band and the audience even just watching it on YouTube, and then the spot-on solo starts…

(NSFW language)