I proclaim you are listening to the future of hip-hop. Nicki Minaj has already started recording bollocks like this with Stupid Hoe. A YouTube viewer noted she said bitch over 110 times. A lazy and uninspiring attempt at being shocking, if you ask me. I've seen Solja Boy work harder on a rhyme and he's the benchmark on bad hip-hop.
It's a upper-middle class suburban pre-teen thing, you wouldn't understand.
I'm no professional but I do remember from my childhood that any real collector of sports memorabilia knows snapbacks are crap. Fitted hats are the only thing worth putting on your head.
Oh Everything is Terrible, your epicocity knows no bounds. Personally, I wouldn't be as concerned about what's in the closet as I would about a father that'll jump in the bathtub with his son and his friend.
Can't believe I'm posting a second facebook-themed song today. And as hard it could be to believe, this is worse than Bangs'. This guy took about around a minute's worth of content and stretched it to four minutes. No girls in this video either. Just a dude with a laptop and a phone. He doesn't even sing about hookin' up with a shorty through facebook. Just looking at profile pics. Reminds me of this old Green Day Song.
I suspect at least one of these guys has an ICP sticker on his car.
Think we found what made Santorum such a religious zealot.
I love these guys. They're brilliant, even if they're not going for a kind of Andy Kaufman humor. Being a moderately awkward bloke myself, I can really relate with these guys. Oh, and to be a fly on the wall, the humid sweat-moistened wall, while they were working out the lyrics to this song.
This kids a little pimp! I'm glad to see Manny from Modern Family finally decided to step up to get himself some game. Oh and we can't forget his little background dancers. ¡Muy Picante!
Oh childhood: the time at which one could play rap complete and utter crap, paint a bow on it and call it gold. Exactly like little girls playing tea party; serving stagnant water, calling it "tea fit for a queen". The cheesy rhymes. The lack of rhythm and originality. You're gonna make a million dollars aren't you, rap star? The best part for me, outside the infamous abrupt ending(s), it took two kids to create this bollocks.