Do Not Play: “Hunk Alert,” “Hands Up Boogie”
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Do Not Play: “Hunk Alert,” “Hands Up Boogie”


-Before we start,
I just want you all to know that every artist and song that I’m about to play for you is 100% real. [ Laughter ] These are actual bands
and actual songs. You can find them on Spotify
or Amazon or Deezer. -Sure.
[ Laughter ] Scrambo.
-Yep. Strambo, stuff like that. -Marsale. [ Laughter ]
-Meepmorp. [ Laughter ] -Anything that you listen
to music on. Or you can go
to your local music store and see if they have them
because these are real stuff. Quest, these are
absolutely real. -I don’t believe you.
-No — I-I-I– [ Laughter ]
You’ll see what it is. Let’s see what’s on my
Do Not Play list. This first one here is
from a singer called Raed Melki The album is called
“Straight Through.” There’s Raed.
-Raed? -He’s up against like
a chain-link fence. -Mm-hmm.
[ Laughter ] -Staring at the Moon with a road going through his chest. [ Laughter ]
-Straight through his chest. -I get it. I get it. Makes sense. Let’s take a listen
to this breakup song. It’s called “No Way.” -Mm. [ Hip hop plays ] -♪ It was like 30 days,
no less than that ♪ ♪ It was like straight
from above, those days, man ♪ ♪ It went straight
from above to a hatemare ♪ ♪ The police there ♪ ♪ I thought she was like
from above, my baby ♪ ♪ But I thought,
no way, man ♪ ♪ Believe me, girl ♪ ♪ I’m walkin’ away,
I’m leavin’ your world ♪ -Alright, [laughing] stop,
stop, stop, stop, stop. Stop, stop, stop.
-Did you start the song yet? [ Laughter ] -It almost sounds like
he’s singing backwards. [ Laughter ]
[ Rapping indistinctly ] Flip it and reverse it. [ Unintelligible singing ] Anyways, she broke up with him.
-Wow. Really? -Unfortunately.
-Who woulda thunk? -Well, this next one is a Polish
singer named Ian Fell. -There you go. -Have you ever heard of
Ian Fell? -Yeah!
-Okay. -Come on! Come on!
-The song — This is real. The song is called
“Coffee Break.” -“Coffee Break.”
-That’s the name of the song. Ian Fell.
-Polish singer. -Yeah. Let’s take a listen. -♪ Have a coffee break ♪ ♪ Have a coffee break ♪ ♪ Have a coffee break ♪ ♪ Coffee break ♪ ♪ Coffee, please ♪ ♪ With sugar ♪ ♪ With sugar ♪ ♪ With sugar ♪ ♪ Coffee break ♪ ♪ Coffee, please ♪ -All right, that’s good.
That’s good. -Yeah!
-Not bad. -You know the words.
-‘Cause I listened to it. I listened to it
like four times. -You know the words already.
-It’s not me singing. -No, it’s a catchy tune.
-It’s catchy. But can you imagine the people
behind him in line at Starbucks? -♪ Coffee break ♪
-♪ Coffee break ♪ -♪ Please, with sugar ♪
I love it, man. -Oh, here we go. This next one is from an
electronic band… -Sweet.
-…called TheySay. -TheySay. -The song is called
“Hunk Alert.” Let’s take a listen to it.
♪♪ -♪ Hunk alert ♪ ♪ Hunk, hunk, hunk alert ♪ -♪ Tight buns ♪ ♪ Fire burning ♪ ♪ Tight jeans ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] ♪ Tight shirts ♪ -Alright, that’s good,
that’s good, that’s good. Stop, stop. I love it.
-That was fantastic. -♪ Tight buns ♪ ♪ Tight pants ♪ ♪ It’s a hunk alert ♪ -I was wondering what
Arnold Schwarzenegger was up to, but he’s in a new
band, trying to — -The soundtrack from
“Sprockets.” -Yeah, doing “Hunk Alert.” ♪ Tight shirt ♪ ♪ Tight pants ♪ ♪ Barely fits in his clothes ♪ This next one is a reggae song.
-Oh, good. -I love reggae.
Yeah, absolutely. I think we should listen to
more reggae music. His name is Tony Williams.
[ Laughter ] [ “Hunk Alert” plays ]
No, no, no. No, that’s not Tony. -It’s a hunk alert. -The album is called
“Simple Things.” I would have called it
“Simple Tings.” -Oh, there you go. Yeah, that’s ’cause you’re on
top of the polls. -Anyway, he’s from Idaho, and —
-Wait, wait. -Wrote a reggae song.
-Reggae’s big there. -Wrote a reggae song about it
called “Up In Idaho.” -Alright.
-Let’s hear it. ♪♪ -Yeah, this one’s for all
the people in Idaho. All the Idaho crew,
this one’s for you. ♪ Said I packed up my car
and left L.A. ♪ ♪ In a wicked man’s land
I can’t stay ♪ ♪ So, where do I go? ♪ ♪ I’m back to Idaho ♪ ♪ With the deer and the moose
and the Buffalo ♪ ♪ Can’t forget about potatoes ♪ -Alright, yeah.
Stop, stop, stop. ♪ Can’t forget about potatoes ♪ ♪ Can’t forget about potatoes ♪ -♪ Pass the French fry on
the left-hand side ♪ ♪ Pass the French fry on
the left-hand side ♪ -♪ The music make me
jump and prance ♪ -Idaho! -♪ The music make me
jump and prance ♪ ♪ You hear it on the
stereo, stereo, stereo ♪ -This last one —
We’re down to our last album. -Oh, come on!
-I’m sorry. But it’s a ’70s album…
-Oh, great. -…called “Disco for Kids.”
-Oh! -So, this song is called
“Hands Up Boogie,” and this teaches kids
how to disco-dance. Let’s take a listen.
♪♪ -Here we go with
the hands-up boogie. -I think we should do it. Higgins, Roots, audience,
try it. -Front, back, left, back. Change, two, three, four. Cross, two. Cross, two. Cross, two. Hands up. Front, back. Front, back. Change, two, three, four. Cross, two. Cross, two. Cross, two. Hands up. Arms, two, three, four. Five, six, seven, eight. Turn, two, three, four. Five, six, seven, eight. Hands up, hands up, hands up. Hold. Again.
Front, back… -Oh, it couldn’t be easier. That’s all the time we have for
“Do Not Play.” If you have an album or a song
you think we should do on our next “Do Not Play,”
I want to see it. Send suggestions —
[email protected] Stick around. We’ll be back with
Martin Lawrence, everybody. ♪♪
[ Cheers and applause ] -Hands up. Arms, two, three, four. Five, six, seven…

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