Back when I lived in Miami, my friends and I would scream out every word from Vanilla Ice’s Ice Ice Baby whenever it came on. I thought it was just something that people in the 305 did, but turns out it is not.
Yesterday on The Late Late Show, James Corden asked Dominic Monaghan who his first concert was and he told him it was MC Hammer. Then the Lost star told him that Hammer and Vanilla were his jam back then and to this day Ice Ice Baby is his go to Karaoke song. The CBS late night host asked him if he knew the words and he told them that he does. Then the two Brits belted out the first part of the song in the 323.
Proving that the song is still a Global hit over 25 years after it came out of A1A Beachfront Ave. Seriously, how impressive it is that they knew all the words off the top of their heads like that?
BTW am I the only person wondering why Charlie didn’t sing that song on the Island?
It didn’t occur to me until now, but Vanilla Ice’s Ice Ice Baby is the perfect song for the Ice Age franchise. Well, I guess 20th Century Fox finally came to their sense and asked him to perform it during their showing at CinemaCon yesterday.
No word if the song will be in Ice Age: Collision Course when the movie comes out on July 22nd, but we do know that Neil deGrasse Tyson’s voice will be heard in it. Which is as cool as Ice.
Vanilla Ice was entering a place when all of sudden, something perfect was rolling towards him. Not a 5.0, but a cart full of ice ice baby! So no matter where Rob Van Winkle goes, ice gravitates towards him. Not a bad thing when you live in hot Florida.
All right stop, collaborate and listen, Vanilla Ice was seen inside a truck transporting several bags of ice and he was holding two of them. All that he is missing is a baby. If there was a little child in there, then it truly it would be Ice Ice Baby! Word to your mother!
When you think of Vanilla Ice, you think of him as the rapper turned hard core rocker or as an actor or a reality star, but now we will see him in a different light. His own lights. That’s because he has his own lighting fixture line at Capitol Lighting. You know what, they are actually really beautiful. In I think that Vanilla Ice Lighting is actually really funky, like him.
Do you think he has a bright future in the lighting business or his lights should be turned off?
Seriously, who would’ve thought that the man who sang Ice Ice Baby in 1990, would be selling lights almost 25 years later? No one, I am sure even he didn’t see that coming.
BTW we know a certain group of people that won’t be buying his product, and they are the Amish people he does his reality show with on the DIY Network.