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    Default Re: Eddie Murphy talks about Whatzupwitu and Remember the Time

    Nice interview. Thanks for posting.

    The video is a bit cringeworthy (though hilarious) but I actually love the song.

    Michael embarrassed Eddie on the song because he's so much better vocally lol. It was kind of sad to listen too. Haha. Michael sounds so good in this song.

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    Default Eddie impersonates Michael

    It doesn't deserve a thread, so I'll just put it here. Fast forward to 2:05.


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    Default SAG-AFTRA Foundation: Conversations with Eddie Murphy (Nov. 20, 2019)


    Mike is mentioned around 1:06:14 - 1:10:00.

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    Default Re: Eddie Murphy talks about Whatzupwitu and Remember the Time

    Now we're talking Eddie Murphy... can I also mention Yeah? From the same album as Whatzupwitu. Eddie gathered many famous people, including Michael: Aaron Hall, Amy Grant, Babyface, Barry White, Bon Jovi, Elton John, Emmanuel Lewis, En Vogue, Garth Brooks, Heavy D, Howard Hewett, Janet Jackson, Johnny Gill, Julio Iglesias, Luther Vandross, MC Hammer, Michael Jackson, Patti LaBelle, Paul McCartney, Richie Sambora, Stevie Wonder and Teddy Pendergrass.

    And basically the only thing they're singing is "yeah". Hilarious...

    Michael can be heard throughout the song.


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    Default Re: Eddie Murphy talks about Whatzupwitu and Remember the Time

    Quote Originally Posted by Piek View Post
    Now we're talking Eddie Murphy... can I also mention Yeah? From the same album as Whatzupwitu. Eddie gathered many famous people, including Michael: Aaron Hall, Amy Grant, Babyface, Barry White, Bon Jovi, Elton John, Emmanuel Lewis, En Vogue, Garth Brooks, Heavy D, Howard Hewett, Janet Jackson, Johnny Gill, Julio Iglesias, Luther Vandross, MC Hammer, Michael Jackson, Patti LaBelle, Paul McCartney, Richie Sambora, Stevie Wonder and Teddy Pendergrass.

    And basically the only thing they're singing is "yeah". Hilarious...

    Michael can be heard throughout the song.

    Love Michael on this. He sounds incredible.

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    Default Re: Eddie Murphy talks about Whatzupwitu and Remember the Time

    Quote Originally Posted by Piek View Post
    Now we're talking Eddie Murphy... can I also mention Yeah? From the same album as Whatzupwitu. Eddie gathered many famous people, including Michael: Aaron Hall, Amy Grant, Babyface, Barry White, Bon Jovi, Elton John, Emmanuel Lewis, En Vogue, Garth Brooks, Heavy D, Howard Hewett, Janet Jackson, Johnny Gill, Julio Iglesias, Luther Vandross, MC Hammer, Michael Jackson, Patti LaBelle, Paul McCartney, Richie Sambora, Stevie Wonder and Teddy Pendergrass.

    And basically the only thing they're singing is "yeah". Hilarious...

    Michael can be heard throughout the song.

    I didnt know this existed lol

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    Default “Nobody Laughed”: Eddie Murphy on His Harrowing First Audition

    Here's an excerpt from a new article:

    by Anthony Breznican • January 14, 2020 • Vanity Fair

    What’s next for you? You’re revisiting some of the things that you’ve done, like SNL and Coming to America, but what is it that you haven’t done? Is there anything?
    I haven’t gotten down that road yet. Yeah, the future is always, always there. Just like I said, I want to stay the person that I am and spend as much time as I can with my family, and the people that I love. You know, just do me. So many of my contemporaries are dead, like the people that came on the scene when I came on the scene in the ’80s. The people that I knew around my age—that had impact in their areas—they’re mostly…they’re gone. Michael…and Prince…and Whitney, those are my contemporaries. And they’re gone.


    What does that make you think about the future, given that it may not always be there.
    Without getting into the logistics of what they did, as to why they’re not here, what they all had in common was that their career, their life as artists, was all-consuming. That was that. The center of their whole shit, their life revolved around them as artists. Everything else suffered as a result of that. Your personal relationships, and your finances, and all that stuff. Substance abuse problems. All that stuff [happens] because show business can’t be what’s at the center. Especially if you get to reach these highest levels, and you’re Michael Jackson or you’re Prince, or you’re Elvis. If you’re sitting on that, and show business is everything, that’s the recipe for early exit.

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