Watch: Solange and the Lonely Island collaborate on the song, “Semicolon”By Matt Miller | May 22nd, 2013 | No Comments »
YouTube’s comedy week continues with a collaboration between singer Solange and the comedy musical troupe the Lonely Island from “Saturday Night Live” fame. This newest video is called “Semicolon,” in which the Lonely Island showcases their use of semicolons; the song includes raps like, “When you see me better; Frogger.” Then Solange comes in with a chorus that also includes semicolons, “We run these streets; stoplights/All eyes on me; spotlights.”
To help you get the idea of how to use a “comma and a f****** dot” they’ve also include a lyric video with the new song (also available on iTunes). Please watch the video below through the end so you get the idea of how to actually use a semicolon. For more information on semicolons please check here.
Yesterday Sarah Silverman released a song with will.i.am about staying in called “Perfect Night.”
The Lonely Island has launched “Wack Wednesdays,” where the group releases a new video every week leading up to their album, “The Wack Album.”
Watch Solange and the Lonely Island song “Semicolon” below.
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