Top five desert island albums?
KY: Spoon's "Gimme Fiction," Outkast's "Stankonia," Modest Mouse's "The Moon And Antarctica," Incubus's "A Crow Left Of The Murder," Of Montreal's "The Sunlandic Twins."
HE: Bob Marley And the Wailers's "Gold," Michael Franti's "Songs From the Front Porch," Zero 7's "When It Falls," Luther Vandross's "The Ultimate," Lil' Wayne anything after "The Carter 1."
Theme song on a Monday morning?
KY: "C'mere" by Interpol.
HE: "I'm a G" by Rick Ross Ft. Lil' Wayne.
Soundtrack on a Saturday night?
KY: "Side To Side" by Blackalicious. You can't help but want to dance. And also, the song is hilarious.
HE: "We The Best" by DJ Khaled. It has a collection of so many hip hop artists, like Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Jeezy, Juelz Santana, and of course Weezy F.
What's the first album you ever bought?
KY: "Never Say Never" by Brandy. I loved the song "The Boy is Mine" featuring Monica. They just really understood my fifth-grade heart.
HE: "Unleashed the Dragon" by Sisqo.
What's your guilty music pleasure?
KY: Really amazingly bad 90s songs such as "Girls on TV" by LFO. And I'm also pretty obsessed with "I'm Real" by Ja Rule and J.Lo.
HE: "Love Song" by Sara Bareilles.
What's the best live show you've ever seen?
KY: It was definitely at Lollapalooza two years ago with the Red Hot Chili Peppers headlining. I somehow managed to mosh my way up to the front for the Chili Peppers show. I almost died and was completely soaked in sweat (of which 80 percent was not mine). It was awesome.
HE: The Toughcats at Lungfest summer 2007.
If you were the dictator of a small country, what would your national anthem be?
KY: "The National Anthem" by Radiohead because it's already got the title and it would be funny to watch the people try to sing it during baseball games as it's mostly instrumental.
HE: "We Don't Care" by Kanye West.
If you were going into battle, what song would be blasting on your iPod?
KY: "I'm Designer" by Queens of the Stone Age. They're so sassy and angry. I love it.
HE: "Killing in the Name Of" by Rage Against the Machine.
Artist/band you banked on making it big and then they broke up:
KY: The Fugees. I mean, they all had semi-successful solo careers afterwards but not as good as the original.
HE: B2K. Not saying I personally liked them, but they had so many spins back in the day, I thought they were going places. Guess not.
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