-I saw your video, you and Anderson .Paak,
who I love. -Yeah. -“Don’t Slack”
is the name of the song. I heard it a couple months ago.
I was — You were nice enough to let me hear it. But now it’s available.
It’s out. And, dude, what’s the weirdest
thing, is that it’s — The video is basically set
inside someone’s living room. -Yeah, yeah. So, it’s kind of crazy
that it worked out that way. We didn’t —
We didn’t plan it that way. Obviously we shot the video at,
like, the beginning of February, and the whole idea was to — We got Anna Kendrick, who’s obviously the star,
you know, the — Poppy in “Trolls World Tour”
and the “Trolls” franchise. She was game
to sort of play this character that we were just basically,
like, trying to cheer up. And we had come up —
Remember “Drop Dead Fred”? Like, that was
sort of the concept, was that we were, like,
these imaginary friends that basically, like,
antagonize this character and at the end of the video
cheer her up. And then, you know, obviously the world is going through what
it’s going through right now, and so when people
see the video, I’ve already gotten
a bunch of texts like, “How — What — When
did you shoot this video?” So, yeah.
-Yeah. -We didn’t plan it that way,
but, yeah. I guess —
I guess it’s not the worst idea to just have a dance party
at your house. -No. Absolutely not. It’s actually
a smart and fun idea. And who better to do it
than you. It’s kind of an
interesting time, obviously, that we’re living through,
but I think one of the cool things — that
you’re releasing this movie, or Universal
is releasing this movie on TV, on demand.
-Yeah. -Which is good, ’cause so many kids need
something to watch, dude. My kids are freaking out. But it also
kind of educates my — I did it with my kids
on different types of music. Like, that’s kind of
what this one’s about. -Yeah, yeah. I think we — What’s great about this one
is we’re using, you know — We’re using
different genres of music to kind of bring the message
home to young people and probably remind
some older people, too, that, like, we’re all different
and that should be celebrated. And, you know, um —
And it’s — And there’s a lot of laughs
along the way. And like you said, like, crazy
casts of musicians and actors. -Ozzy Osbourne, Kelly Clarkson,
Mary J. Blige. -Yeah. Obviously. Anderson. -George Clinton.
-George Clinton. -Dude, George Clinton!
-Yeah. -Parliament, P. Funk.
-I know. I know. And, yes.
-That’s awesome you’re exposing all that music
to a new generation of kids. -Yeah. I mean, one of the cooler things is that when we play
the soundtrack, my son definitely continually
requests “Atomic Dog.” So I’m like,
“If I never do anything again, I introduced my son
to ‘Atomic Dog.'” -Yeah. Exactly, right?
My kids are singing Gorillaz. After the first one,
I was like — -Oh, yeah.
-I was like, “That’s so cool. I told my kids
who the Gorillaz are.” And I’m like, “Oh, no, it
wasn’t me. It was Uncle Justin.” -[ Laughs ] -I can’t take credit
for anything, man. Hey, we are asking everyone
who comes on the show to have a charity that
they’re working with right now and trying
to raise awareness to. And yours is the GoFundMe
America’s Food Fund. -Yes. That’s — Yeah, that’s the one
that Leo DiCaprio and Laurene Powell Jobs
kind of started, and I’m donating
and supporting that one. 100% of the donations
to the fund go directly to World Central
Kitchen and Feeding America. And those are two organizations
that are specifically distributing meals
to those impacted and in need by COVID-19. So, yeah.
-Yeah. -Love that one
and so happy to be a part of it. And I think you’ve done —
Have you done — You’ve done stuff with Feeding America
and things like that before. -Yeah.
-I mean, it’s one that — For me, it’s a no-brainer
and a great one, and, you know, obviously — -I know you reached out
to the Memphis Food Bank. -Yeah. We donated
to that one specifically. -Yeah. -Yeah.
-It’s crazy. You know, it’s like all this — All the great honestly charity
that’s coming through this and everyone that’s kind of —
All the kindness that’s happening from this
will help a lot of people. And I think
it’s a good, good thing. Dude, I miss you, and I can’t
wait to see you in person, give you a hug, man. -I miss you, too.
-Bye-bye. -I’ll talk to you after this.
I’ll text you. -Yes. Yeah, yeah. Just text me
after we get off this Zoom. -I’ll talk to you
in ten minutes. -We’ll keep doing like
Camp Winnipesaukee. Everybody adopt an air five.
-Yeah. -Everybody keep air-fiving
out there. Psh! -Bye, bud. Love you. -All right, man.
Love you, too, pal.