This guy knows what he's doing.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
High on the IMDB scale.
Hoodie Allen parodies Happy Gilmore with his newest vide.
Somewhere between Freestyle Fellowship and Drake, sing-rapping became acceptable.
About a month ago, FUSE TV hooked up Hoodie Allen with legitimized YouTube singer Kina Grannis and challenged them to record a song in 24 hours, then perform for an intimate crowd.
The one thing I've personally admired most about Hoodie Allen over the years is his front-line grind.
After delivering some provocative baked goods during his recent comeback video, Hoodie Allen suits up a squad to hit the hardwood and bang with Chiddy in his new hoops-themed flick for "Fame Is For Assholes.
The theme of rappers knocking out "your girl" is becoming more redundant than "get money.
Hoodie Allen made his name from sampling indie pop records.
Last time Hoodie Allen dropped a project, we waited like a year for follow-up material.
Thanks to a certain Mr.
The thing I've always appreciated most about Hoodie Allen's music is that he's found a way to be himself, while still making marketable tunes to feed the masses.
Since Jet World Order has finally landed at your local retailers, it was only right we gave a little more incentive to get in the whip and pick up a copy.
If you're interested in seeing someone sprinting full-on from dysfunctional folks dressed in decorated cardboard boxes, then we highly suggest you check out Hoodie Allen's new music video for "You Are Not A Robot.