Blink 182 bassist and Fuse VJ, Mark Hoppus, gets in touch with his inner Billy Blanks with his "workout" video series, Go For It. Despite whatever workouts Hoppus will do on camera, nothing can escape his extremely terrible, unicorn-inspired haircut.
If you're feeling nostalgic, wanna see a trainwreck, or you might be a 15 year old girl, then seeing this kid belt out songs from every Blink-182 album in under a minute may be a good way to start your day. Or you might feel ashamed that you find yourself singing along with some of these jams.
Music Video of the Day: Blink-182 solicit some unwitting help from their fans to launch "Up All Night" -- their first single in eight years.
Aided by AT&T, the band sifted through every YouTube video featuring Blink fans making use of the trio's music without permission, and rewarded those fans in a rather appropriate way: By using their footage without permission for the "Up All Night" music vi
New Music of the Day: Tom DeLonge takes the lead on Blink-182's first track in six years, "Up All Night."
The song, which premiered last night on KROQ, is the lead single off the band's sixth studio album Neighborhoods -- its first LP since 2003's Blink-182 -- due out September 27th via Geffen.