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Al Roker and The Today Show mention Inner Circle During Exclusive Interview with LunchMoney Lewis

”When your dad and uncle are the pair behind the uber-catchy “Bad Boys” song (the “Cops” theme), you have a lot to live up to. On the other hand, you probably have super-catchy hooks flowing in your bloodstream.

With his debut solo hit “Bills” – which some are already calling the hit of the summer – Gamal “LunchMoney” Lewis proves he’s definitely a member of the family.

“Feels amazing, man,” Lewis told TODAY’s Al Roker on Friday. “I’m glad people like it and they’re relating to it. And are making, like, their own kind of videos with their family.”

Since February, the YouTube video for “Bills” (warning: some salty language) has been viewed over 10 million times, and there are many parodies and homages to it on the web. And why not? It’s a super-catchy, piano-driven tune with an equally delightful, lighthearted video.

Lewis’ initial success came from appearing on Nicki Minaj’s 2014 album “The Pinkprint” and by writing songs for Jessie J (“Burnin’ Up”) and Fifth Harmony (“Bo$$”).

But he’s quite proud of his accomplishment with “Bills” and isn’t afraid to shout it from the rooftops. Or from his car window. The first time he heard the tune on the radio, he told Roker, “I really wanted to wind the window down and scream out like, ‘Turn it up. It’s not loud enough.’”

Check out the song – and Roker’s very special version (featuring a special appearance from Matt Lauer) – the latest, and possibly greatest, homage of all!

World Premiere: Slightly Stoopid & Inner Circle’s “No Cocaine”

Check out the exclusive video premiere of Slightly Stoopid & Inner Circle’s “No Cocaine” feat. Capleton. The song is off the groundbreaking compilation Dub Rockers Volume 1, released last year on VP Records, that combines Jamaica’s top artists with popular US and Euro-based reggae acts.

Video director by Jeff Pliskin of Raised Fist Propaganda went across the country to get exclusive footage of each artist. He captured Slightly Stoopid in the Red Rocks of Denver as well San Diego, CA and Inner Circle at Circle House Studios in Miami, FL. The shots with dancehall artist Capleton were filmed on the beaches of Long Beach, NY.

On July 9, Slightly Stoopid kicks off their Summer Sessions tour with Stephen Marley, Jo Mersa, NOFX and G. Love & Special Sauce. Video after the Jump Read more