That title was harder to come up with than it looks.
Let me begin by saying that I don’t care for soap operas, which isn’t to say that I have never watched any. In the day I used to watch “Flamingo Road,” and “Days Of Our Lives” but that was more of – in hindsight – an odd fixation I had with NBC (which is perhaps putting it mildly because, as a young person, I religiously followed NBC-related news to such a degree that I was probably one of the only teenagers who knew who Grant Tinker and Brandon Tartikoff were).
Though speaking of soap operas, “The Edge Of Night,” while not on NBC, had an awesome opening theme.
That being said I am genuinely curious as to why Snoop Lion (né Snoop Doggy Dog; né Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr.) would be doing the theme for “One Life To Live.” I mean, will the opening consist of some tragically unhip actors pretending to dig Lion’s sound or will he do something in the vein of the current theme.
Either way, it’s either the most brilliant idea ever, or the dumbest.
This is the opening as of two years ago (I couldn’t find anything more recent on YouTube, though admittedly I didn’t look too hard).
Snoop Lion isn’t enough to actually get me to watch the show, but I am genuinely curious (in the same way that natural disasters and automobile crashes tend to captivate me. I hope that no one is harmed, but that’s not to say that I don’t enjoy seeming cars in various states of wreckage).
Maybe when it hits YouTube…
Another interesting little factoid: Né is actually a word. It’s the masculine form of née.
It it isn’t blame my naiveté and Random House.
On second thought, just blame Random House.