When I’m Not Working On My Comedy Show, I’m Writing About My Life
Cinetime’s latest comedy album, the acclaimed and critically acclaimed My Funny Friends, was released earlier this year.
On stage, the album’s tracks, which include songs from My Funny Friend, are a mash-up of pop, soul, jazz, funk, hip-hop and funk, respectively.
It’s an eclectic collection of musical and pop songs that highlight the creative, comedic and artistic side of Cinsumemers life.
Cinetime founder and creative director Jay Mohajjar shared some of the tracks on Twitter on Saturday, including one called “Lolita,” which features Jay speaking directly to the audience about the importance of laughter.
“This is my song about laughter,” he wrote.
“It’s about a joke, and we’ve all been taught it’s a bad thing.
We’ve been taught that it’s bad for our health, bad for us.
It hurts us.
I’m telling you, if you’re laughing, it’s better than cancer.
I can’t believe how hard it is for me to find good material, but I guess it’s part of the job.
We are all on the same page.”
Cintime’s My Funny friends’ first single, “Sonic Highways,” features Jay sharing a message to the listener, “I’m on the road, you’re not.”
Cinema Weekly spoke to Mohajjara about the band’s next album, My Funny Girls, which is due out on September 1.
The music video for “Silly Girls” was created by a young artist in Cintermate, he explained.
The video is for “My Funny Friends,” which was inspired by a scene in the first My Funny Girl film.
It was a bit like, ‘Oh, how can I make that movie?’
And they asked me, ‘How can I get it out there?’
And I said, ‘Well, we’re going to do the music video.’
And then we started doing it.
And then they were like, Oh, it has to be this way.
They wanted to make it something that was just this beautiful scene, and I said no, because it’s not like a scene, it doesn’t have to be that way.
It has to have this character and the song, and it had to be funny, and so we went to the studio, we made it funny.
And the next day, they were going, ‘That’s it!
We can make it funny!’
And I’m like, Yeah, no, it had already been done.
“The song, which features several of Cinemagnepic’s writers and actors, is a fun, tongue-in-cheek musical that celebrates the beauty and joy of life and the joy of laughter as a result.
Cinemagraphic spoke to Cintime about the upcoming album.”
And now we have the chance to put that album out and make it even better. “
We’re at the end of this record.
And now we have the chance to put that album out and make it even better.
I think that’s going to be the biggest thing we’re doing, is making this album better.
We’re going through a lot of different phases with it, and really just trying to get it done.”