For your Friday flashback this week I bring you the one, the only Crank That (Soulja Boy) fanvid lovingly created by southerngal230 on YouTube.
This is a great fanvid (full of lots of good old clips), and a great way for me to talk about how the Jonas Brothers have influenced recent music purchases. It sounds a little crazy, but it makes perfect sense. You love the band, you love their music, why not check out what they say they like?
Check out our Jonas Devotional playlist after the jump…
Jonas Brothers Devotional Playlist
Johnny Cash – Unchained (why?)
Tokio Hotel – Ready Set Go (why?)
Elvis Costello – (I Don’t Want to Go to) Chelsea (why? Nick also did a drum solo homage to this song during the LMITE tour, during their Stomp-y intro to Burning Up)
Prince – Kiss (why?)
Robert Randolph and the Family Band – Ain’t Nothing Wrong With That (why?)
Band of Horses – No Ones Gonna Love You (why?)
Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em – Crank That (Soulja Boy) (why? – well, duh!)
Switchfoot – Only Hope (why?)
Klaxons – Two Receivers (why? though I think he is talking about this video)
Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown – No Air (why?)
Justice – D.A.N.C.E. (why? – I couldn’t find the reference, but Joe mentioned it)
The Beatles – Yesterday (why?)
Jimmy Hendrix – Purple Haze (why?)
JUNIOR SENIOR – Can I Get Get Get (why?)
Carole King – So Far Away (why?)
Nuttin’ But Strings – Thunder (why?)
Kanye West – Good Life (why?)
Wyclef Jean – Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill) [feat. Akon, Lil Wayne & Niia] (why?)
I know there are many many more – any glaring omissions (other than Michael W. Smith)?