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Eddie Murphy's new album includes weed and strip club anthems

Eddie Murphy's new album includes weed and strip club anthems
Washington, Sep 26: Eddie Murphy has recorded a new album which features a strip club anthem and added an ode to marijuana in his musical comeback.

The 52-year old American stand-up comedian told 'Rolling Stone' magazine that he is very happy with the album he has been recording with pal Snoop Dogg and revealed that the album consists of diverse tracks ranging from smooth ballads to a weed anthem, Contactmusic reported.

The 'Beverly Hills Cop' star's last hit 'Party All the Time' which was released in 1985, was placed on VH1's list of 100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders. (Ani)
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Eddie Murphy teams up with Snoop Lion for reggae song `Red Light`

Eddie Murphy teams up with Snoop Lion for reggae song `Red Light`
New York, Sep 6: Eddie Murphy has collaborated with Snoop Lion for his album '9' which is scheduled to release on Monday.

According to Us magazine, the 52-year-old actor has teamed up with Snoop Lion for the reggae/rock song 'Red Light', and provided the link for the slow beat song about police profiling on his official Twitter page.

The 'Coming to America' actor's last hit 'Party All the Time' which was released in 1985, was placed on VH1's list of 100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders. (Ani)
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Watch And Sing Along: Do You Remember These One-Hit Wonders?

Watch And Sing Along: Do You Remember These One-Hit Wonders?
Andy Warhol said everyone gets 15 minutes of fame, but if you ask one-hit wonders, they'll say you're lucky to get 3 minutes and 30 seconds.

Before reality TV started turning ordinary folks into stars, there was no faster path to the peak of celebrity -- and no more direct route back to the depths of obscurity -- than being a one-hit wonder.

Granted, there are probably good reasons why folks like Los Del Rio, the two middle-aged Spanish guys who took "Macarena" to No. 1 in 1996, never followed up their big hit, and the world was surely okay with making C.W. McCall's 1976 hit "Convoy" the only No. 1 song dedicated to Cb radio.

But we come here to praise one-hit wonders, not to bury them. For every one-and-done novelty like "Disco Duck" by Rick Dees or annoyingly catchy and cloying tune like Charlene's 1983 smash "I've Never Been To Me," there is a stone-cold
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American Idol: 10 Changes We'd Make for a Better Season 11

American Idol: 10 Changes We'd Make for a Better Season 11
The confetti’s been swept up. The summer tour dates have been announced. And Scotty McCreery’s “I Love You This Big” is headed for a date with country radio. All of which is another way of saying that American Idol‘s 11th season is a mere seven months away.

With that in mind, I sat down and hammered out a list of 10 changes I’d make to the Idol machine to keep it humming along in high-rated, entertaining fashion. Check out my list of proposed tweaks, then hit the comments and suggest your own!

1) Limit the number of votes
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