In celebration of Gabrielle Union’s 40th birthday, Will Smith a.k.a. The Fresh Prince, gave an impromptu performance while Doug E. Fresh beatboxed next to him, at a secret location in Miami. This led to a performance of two Fresh Prince classics, “Summertime” and “The Fresh Prince Of Bel Aire (Theme)”. Who said hip-hop is dead?
The 2011 Soul Train awards had a fitting tribute to the late Heavy D, featuring Big Daddy Kane, Doug E. Fresh, Goodie Mob, Naughty By Nature, Kurtis Blow, and more.
Here, Wolf Blitzer is taught how to Dougie, by the man the dance is named after, Doug E. Fresh. Shortly after, Wolf accepts an award on behald of Eminem.
Diggy once again proves talent runs in the family, as the son-of-Run spits over Doug E. Fresh’s “Rising To The Top”. Teach ‘em how to, Diggy. LISTEN: Diggy Simmons – “Rising To The Top” Diggy Simmons – “Rising To The Top” (MP3)
Nice…. DJ G-Squared on the 1 & 2 last night @ Eve Nightclub out here in Las Vegas, where Doug E. Fresh gave an impromptu performance of “La-Di-Da-Di” over the “Teach Me How To Dougie” beat. Get it? Flava Flav also makes an appearance.
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