For the seventh year running, some intrepid fans have sought to recreate, and update, one of the most immortal moments in rap/hoops crossover: the time ABC thought it was a good idea to pay Kool Keith for a peppy introduction song.
At the 1983 All-Star Game, Marvin Gaye changed the way we saw our national anthem. It was the perfect illustration of why the NBA is more than just another sports league. Has anyone since really followed in his footsteps?
Celebrity impersonators don't usually sit around waiting for a big break. In their field, there's really no such thing. But there are exceptions. Like when Michael Jackson impersonator Renalto "Scorpio" Spicer was hired to double MJ in the Super Bowl XXVVII halftime show.
If you want to sell golf equipment, the formula for success could hardly be more plain. Take John Daly, get him in a studio, buy him a hat, hire the guy who directed Big & Rich's videos, and buy 550 beers. Then you just let it happen.