Tour de force. Bravura. Groundbreaking. Redefining the game. These are words that can describe the Titanic Iceberg 's new 12-track, no skips "hyperpop EDM nu-disco fantasia" album Music, and they also describe Bowen Yang's performance on last night's Saturday Night Live Weekend Update as said iceberg that sunk the Titanic. Yang plays the infamous inanimate object like a former reality star, both milking his former notoriety for sustained pop cultural relevance while trying not to be defined by it. "That was a really long time ago. I've done a lot of reflecting to try and move past it. It's one very small part me, but there's so much going on beneath the surface that you can't see." Spoken like a true iceberg. Iceberg feels sidelined by Colin Jost's line of questions about sinking the Titanic, snapping, "I think my publicist was very clear. I'm not here to talk about the sinking." But when he finally gets into it, it's like the world's greatest I Don't Think So Honey : "First of all, you came to where I live and you hit me. It was midnight. I was chilling. And then I hear this Irish cacophony behind me." Emmy for that… Read full this story
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