All the Information You Need to Determine If Eddie Murphy's 'Red Light' Is a Joke or NotYouTube
Eddie Murphy is a comedian.
Eddie Murphy also likes to sing.
Sometimes, Eddie Murphy likes to sing in his comedy.
But is there comedy in his singing? We just don’t know. Because, you know, he’s a comedian.
These things are important, because yesterday, a verified Twitter account called @eddiemurphy unleashed its first tweet.
Listen to Eddie Murphy's first single #RedLight ft. @SnoopLion. Stay tuned for more info on his upcoming album "9"! https://t.co/zu2AMTBDSd
— Eddie Murphy (@eddiemurphy) September 3, 2013
The link is to the SoundCloud page for Eddie Murphy Music. On it, there is a song by Eddie Murphy called “Red Light.” And it features Snoop Lion.
Comedy? Serious? It’s tough, right? More information:
The song is reggae, Eddie is holding a guitar that he most certainly plays with Weezy proficiency, and he’s wearing a do-rag.
Comedy? Serious? I know, it’s getting harder to tell. More information:
The song isn’t bad.
But that doesn’t matter. All that matters is wasting your time deciding if he’s being serious or pulling a fast one on all of us.
Because, lest we forget, this reggae angle isn’t new for Eddie.
You be the judge.
Filed Under: Eddie Murphy, Snoop Lion
More from Rembert Browne
Rembert Explains Sisqo’s ‘Unleash the Dragon’
DRAKE DANCE REVOLUTION: The ‘Hotline Bling’ Video
BigBang: The Perfect Boy Band for 2015
Three Pivotal Scenes From Jamie Foxx’s Upcoming Street-Dancing Rodent Movie ‘Groove Tails’
Genius: A Conversation With ‘Hamilton’ Maestro Lin-Manuel Miranda
More Eddie Murphy
Necessarily the News
‘Saturday Night Live’ 40th-Anniversary Shootaround: R.I.P., Jon Lovitz
‘B.S. Report’: Chris Rock and Bill’s Dad
The Battle for the Best ‘SNL’ Cast Member, Day 5 Results: And Then There Were Two
The Battle for the Best ‘SNL’ Cast Member, Day 4 Results: Murphy Over Murray, and the Final Four Monsters
More Hollywood Prospectus
Brand Echh: Sandra Bullock and Billy Bob Thornton Can’t Save the Lame ‘Our Brand Is Crisis’
50 Scenes That Do Not Appear in the Fox ‘X-Files’ Revival
In Praise of Beach Slang, 2015’s Best, Most Sincere Rock Band
Who Was Missing From Taylor Swift’s Miami Squad?
Happy ‘Halloween’: The Best Horror-Movie Monsters