Sometimes when the weather gets bad, you need to chill things out with a mellow tune to really enjoy the day. Today, Everlast is giving me some positive vibes with his acoustic cover of his own song, "Jump Around", and I wanted to share the good times with you.


Everlast's first solo album "Forever Everlasting" was a commercial flop in 1990. After forming the hip-hop group "House Of Pain", he finally enjoyed success as their debut album went multi-platinum - mainly due to the monstrous hit "Jump Around".

In 1998, Everlast was back on the charts with his second solo album "Whitey Ford Sings The Blues". Released a full eight years after his solo debut and after he had a major heart attack, he sold more than 3 million copies due to songs like "What It's Like" and "Ends".

Since then, Everlast has enjoyed some ups and downs as a solo artist, but he has yet to put out a bad album. His latest album "Life Acoustic" - released in 2013 - is still gaining traction, but - like everything else he's done in the past 2 plus decades - is full of great songwriting, killer beats, and an acoustic outlook on life.