Victims of Wall-MartSouth ParkS8 E9
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Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio (a.k.a. Bad Bunny) talks about the abrupt success of his music career, training to become a WWE wrestler and making his acting debut on "Narcos: Mexico."
Diego Boneta - "Luis Miguel: The Series"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E18
Actor, producer and singer Diego Boneta talks about his life-changing experience of taking on the role of iconic musician Luis Miguel on the Netflix show "Luis Miguel: The Series."
Eve - "Queens"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E12
Songwriter and artist Eve talks about the joy of becoming a mother, embracing the personal nature of her role on the ABC drama "Queens," and gives her take on contemporary hip-hop.
Richard Antoine White - "I'm Possible"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E5
Tuba player Richard Antoine White describes how his audacious determination took him from a life of hardship in Baltimore to classical music halls, then discusses his memoir "I'm Possible."
Davido - "A Better Time"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E2
Nigerian-American artist and producer Davido reflects on his innovation in the Afrobeats genre and the importance of the Nigerian diaspora community, and discusses his album "A Better Time."
Jason Isbell Gives Trevor a Musical AssistThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E116
Jason Isbell takes on the role of musical sidekick as Trevor reports on an aviation company’s design for a windowless commercial plane.
Jason Isbell - "Georgia Blue"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E116
Jason Isbell talks about his covers album "Georgia Blue," which was inspired by Joe Biden's 2020 victory in Georgia, and discusses his influential insistence on COVID-19 safety at concerts.
Anthony Ramos - "In the Heights" and "Love and Lies"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E104
Actor and singer Anthony Ramos discusses his role in the movie "In the Heights," what he's learned from working with the film's director Lin-Manuel Miranda, and his album "Love and Lies."
Michelle Zauner - "Crying in H Mart" & "Jubilee"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E95
Musician Michelle Zauner talks about the painfully cathartic experience of honoring her late mother and Korean heritage with her book, "Crying in H Mart," and her joyous new album, "Jubilee."
J Balvin - "The Boy from Medellin"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E94
J Balvin discusses his struggles with anxiety and talks about "The Boy from Medellin," a documentary about his return to Colombia to perform his first stadium show in the city he grew up in.
Sara Bareilles - "Girls5Eva" and "Amidst the Chaos"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E92
Singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles talks about her personal experience with the coronavirus, her starring role on the musical comedy series "Girls5Eva" and her "Amidst the Chaos" concert.
Miguel - "Art Dealer Chic Vol. 4"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E81
Singer-songwriter Miguel talks about dealing with pandemic life, the release of his new EP "Art Dealer Chic Vol. 4" and his advocacy for mental health.
A Ray of Sunshine - Colombia Zoo Soothes Animals with MusicThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E75
A zoo in Colombia provides live music to stressed-out animals, and pianist Roy Wood Jr. feels snubbed.
Cynthia Erivo - "Genius: Aretha"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E72
Actor and singer Cynthia Erivo reflects on the singular creative power of Aretha Franklin and discusses the challenge of portraying the musical icon in the anthology series "Genius: Aretha."
Michael Kiwanuka - "Rolling"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E69
Singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka returns to his high school where he gave his first musical performance to sing "Rolling" from his album "Kiwanuka."
Michael Kiwanuka - "Kiwanuka"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E69
Singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka talks about overcoming his struggle with impostor syndrome, learning to embrace his own creative voice and his Grammy-nominated album "Kiwanuka."
H.E.R. - "Fight for You"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E67
Singer H.E.R. discusses her pseudonym's origin, her passion for exploring difficult issues through music and her song "Fight for You," written for the movie "Judas and the Black Messiah."
Celebrating Women of Comedy - UncensoredComedy Central Stand-Up Featuring
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Tessa Thompson - "Sylvie's Love" and Pushing for InclusivityThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E42
Actor Tessa Thompson reflects on why she explores a wide range of roles on film and TV, and discusses her personal connection to her character in the movie "Sylvie's Love."
Busta Rhymes - "Extinction Level Event 2"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E37
Busta Rhymes discusses his long-awaited album "Extinction Level Event 2," reflects on what it means to be an artist and talks about his collaboration with fellow rapper Kendrick Lamar.
2020 in Review: The Year in MusicThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E36
Jaboukie Young-White highlights music news from 2020 including controversies in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, Cardi B's "WAP," Taylor Swift's pivot to folk music and more.
Bruce Springsteen - "Letter to You," Pt. 2The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E16
Bruce Springsteen attributes his international appeal to his focus on storytelling, reflects on the way his songs are occasionally misconstrued and shares his feelings about President Trump.
Bruce Springsteen - "Letter to You," Pt. 1The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E16
Bruce Springsteen talks about reuniting the E Street Band for his album and its accompanying documentary "Letter to You," writing about what moves him and his intense yet joyous work ethic.
Mariah Carey - "The Meaning of Mariah Carey" - Extended InterviewThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E4
Mariah Carey discusses her memoir and audiobook "The Meaning of Mariah Carey," in which she shares deeply personal stories about her harrowing childhood and the course of her music career.
Big Sean - "Detroit 2" and Reigniting His PassionThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS25 E155
Rapper Big Sean talks about his chart-topping new album "Detroit 2," its dive into his personal struggles with anxiety and depression, and his unexpected collaboration with Dave Chappelle.
Joe Biden's Latinx Outreach & Trump's Mask MisinformationThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS25 E155
Joe Biden takes heat for playing the song "Despacito" at a campaign event appealing to Latinx voters, and President Trump blames Biden for the lack of a national coronavirus mask mandate.
Kamala Harris Fires Back & Sexist Punditry - UncensoredThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS25
Right-wing pundits aim sexist remarks at Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris, and Dulce Sloan calls them out with the help of country singer-songwriter Margo Price.
MLB Pipes in Crowd Noise, Disney World Bans Eating While Walking & Ted Yoho "Apologizes" to AOCThe Daily Show with Trevor NoahS25 E130
Professional baseball returns with the aid of fake crowd noise, Disney World prohibits eating while walking, and Rep. Ted Yoho "apologizes" to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Buju Banton - Reconnecting with Performing, Singing About Freedom and "Upside Down 2020"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS25 E129
Legendary reggae artist Buju Banton talks about his reverence for the art of making music, spreading a positive message through song and his new album "Upside Down 2020."
Buju Banton - "Buried Alive"The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS25 E129
Reggae icon Buju Banton performs "Buried Alive" from his album "Upside Down 2020."
The Most Evil OpponentSouth ParkS14 E13
The Coon and Friends turn their attention to the next villainous scourge.
Ukulele SoloSouth ParkS14 E7
Nathan's frustration with Mimsy causes a momentary lapse in judgment.
Tardicaca Hula GalSouth ParkS14 E7
Jimmy and his Tardicaca hula band play their song during the Talent Show.
Breaded and Genius?South ParkS13 E5
Kanye uses his genius to solve the fish sticks equation.
Canada's Strike SongSouth ParkS12 E4
The citizens of Canada have had enough mocking, and are ready to sing about it.
Bring That SexySouth ParkS12 E2
Britney's back in the recording studio to prove she's still got it.
Bumming On CancerSouth ParkS10 E14
Stan visits Nelson in the hospital and does his best to answer the five-year-old's tough questions about why he's dying. Stan promises to win that night's game for him.
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