1) a musical project started by Aqua's Søren Nystrøm Rasted; also known as Lazy B in the UK.
2) a UK group formed by Rob Da Bank and Dan Carey.
1) The first is a musical project started by Aqua member Søren Nystrøm Rasted, also known as Lazy B in the UK. It uses spoken word trivia, self-help advice, voices of people on the street and criticism of modern society set to hip hop-esque beats in a style dubbed "Rhythm'n'Speak" by the creators.
The album Lazyboy TV debuted in 2004 and receieved some initial airplay with the video for "Facts of Life". The single release of "Underwear Goes Inside the Pants" made a name for Lazyboy, charting at #5 in Australia and topping the iTunes download chart. However both the second single "Inhale Positivity" and the Lazyboy TV album missed the charts internationally.
In 2006 it was announced the project would change it's name to Lazy B for the impending UK release in July, following an agreement with furniture manufacturer La-Z-Boy "to end any confusion between music and chairs". According to the official site, Lazy B has been commissioned to produce a piece for the Danish Royal Ballet to commence in Copenhagen in March of 2007.
2) The second Lazyboy is a UK group formed by Rob Da Bank and Dan Carey. They also released their album in 2004, titled Penguin Rock (released on Sunday Best recordings), which could be described as 'lounge'. The song police dogs bonfire has been used in a car commercial and this is what most people will know the tune from on hearing it.
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