|"I Just Had Sex"|
|Single by The Lonely Island featuring Akon|
|from the album Turtleneck & Chain|
|Released||January 8, 2011|
|The Lonely Island singles chronology|
|Akon singles chronology|
|I Just Had Sex on YouTube|
"I Just Had Sex" is a song by American comedy hip hop group The Lonely Island featuring American singer Akon and producer DJ Frank E. It was released as the first single from The Lonely Island's second album, Turtleneck &Chain ,released in May 2011. The video,featured as a Saturday Night Live digital short,   stars Akon and The Lonely Island members Andy Samberg,Jorma Taccone and briefly,Akiva Schaffer,with guest appearances by Jessica Alba,Blake Lively and John McEnroe.  
The Lonely Island,in the same fashion as the recording process for their debut, Incredibad ,rented a house in Los Angeles and created a makeshift studio where they would record songs from that album. 
Andy Samberg said that the song is "clearly from the perspective that the narrators are stunted". However,in countries such as Vietnam and Thailand,"I Just Had Sex" is played unironically in public. Akiva Schaffer remarked that "the nuance of the distinction would be lost if English wasn't your first language." 
The music video for "I Just Had Sex" features Akon,Andy Samberg,and Jorma Taccone singing about how they just had sex with their unsatisfied girlfriends played by Blake Lively and Jessica Alba. The music video takes place in New York City atop the MetLife Building with the backdrops of the Empire State Building,Chrysler Building and the cityscape. Various other locations such as Central Park,a household,a bakery,a bathroom,a museum,a pub,and a girls' changing room are shown. The song features John McEnroe,first appearing at the line "Having sex can make a nice man of the meanest." The Lonely Island member Akiva Schaffer,who directed the video,also makes several appearances. The album's title is referenced when Jorma sings "she let me wear my chain and turtleneck sweater" while showing him wearing the same outfit that appears on the album cover. The music video ends with the trio launching fireworks from their crotches,parodying Katy Perry's "Firework" music video.
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"Jack Sparrow" is a song by American comedy troupe The Lonely Island featuring singer-songwriter Michael Bolton. The song and music video debuted on Saturday Night Live as an SNL Digital Short on May 7,2011. The plot follows the troupe inviting Bolton to work on a new hip hop track,in which the members rap about meeting at a club and taking women home. Bolton ruins the group's song by instead singing choruses about the Pirates of the Caribbean film series and its primary protagonist Captain Jack Sparrow,but also with references to Forrest Gump,Erin Brockovich,Scarface and Jerry Maguire.
"3-Way" is a song recorded by American comedy music group the Lonely Island featuring American singers Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga. It appeared as an SNL Digital Short on May 21,2011,in the episode of the sketch comedy television series Saturday Night Live (SNL),which saw Timberlake and Gaga as the host and musical guest,respectively. It was released as a single on May 24,three days after the broadcast. The R&B song was written by Andy Samberg,Akiva Schaffer,Jorma Taccone,and Timberlake,while produced by The Futuristics with additional production from Asa Taccone and Ryan &Smitty. Samberg and Timberlake were nervous about presenting the idea to Gaga,who initially failed to find the humor in the song.
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"Spring Break Anthem" is a song written and recorded by American comedy hip hop group The Lonely Island for their third studio album The Wack Album. The song was released as the second single from the album on May 5,2013. The song satirizes American spring break culture,which is illustrated as uproarious and irresponsible,juxtaposing it with the concept of same-sex marriage.
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The Lonely Island Presents:The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience is a Netflix special by comedy rap group The Lonely Island. Billed as a "visual poem",the special is directed by Mike Diva and Akiva Schaffer and stars Andy Samberg as Jose Canseco and Akiva Schaffer as Mark McGwire. It is presented as a rap album written and performed by Canseco and McGwire in the 1980s,when the pair was known as the Bash Brothers while playing for the Oakland Athletics. It was released along with an accompanying album on May 23,2019. It was timed with the 30th anniversary of the A's 1989 championship season.