I may be a '70's baby, but the '80s was my decade. Those were the days when I listened to everything on my radio dial, tuned into MTV and BET religiously and learned all the hot dances from Soul Train. Those days have gone the way of the dinosaur, but I still hang on to my memories and pump up my old school jams on the regular. One of my favorite acts from back in the day was Culture Club with the beautiful Boy George as the group's front-man/woman. He's had his fair share of trouble over the years, but it's good to see and hear him back in the mix on Mark Ronson & The Business Intl's new album, Record Collection. Boy shares singing duties with Andrew Wyatt on the Afrobeat groover "Somebody To Love Me." If you already had a video pictured in your head when you heard the song, then throw it outta the window because the actual clip takes a unique approach by using footage from the '80s of Boy George and his Culture Club brethren. The twist? It's not real footage at all, but it sure does a good job recreating the grainy look of videotape from that era.