Thursday, 21 October 2010
The rap Fabrizio Ravanelli
2 weeks ago
this fool sucks brah wackest rapper i heard in a minute his pops is a dentist and his mom is a chiropractor how weak can u get this sucka dont move shyt
If you recall my post about the Youtube response to Codename by White, debate raged over whether the colour of White's beard was caused by his near-geriatric age, his alledged diabetes, or some sort of traumatic incident which rendered him prematurely grey overnight a la Leland Palmer, but this otherwise boring video of rappers droning on about weed I found recently complicates matters further as we learn that his beard is now both grey and brown?
While the jokebook overfloweth with quips about White being a stunt-double for Leprechaun In The Hood, his continued dropping of N-bombs (is Slick Pulla okay with this?), and Jeezy apparently not wanting to be seen with him in public, I feel we should also acknowledge that White is the nethermost fantasy of every caucasian rap nerd trudging through life bound by the antiquated rules of polite society. I'm all for cracking a few jokes about rappers, but, yo, let's discontinue the pretense that the supressed alter-ego of White isn't lurking deep inside each of us like a dreadlocked Mr Hyde with a speech impediment just waiting to be awoken by a magical potion of affluence and the acceptance of thugged-out black gentlemen. Or, indeed, a couple of drinks too many in a nightclub after listening to Project Pat as you were getting ready.
Yukmouth ft Young Jeezy - Air Jordans
Jeezy's Air Forces didn't get an official sequel until last year, but this stop-gap came out on some Yukmouth album in 2006. If you can keep a straight face when Yuk attempts Jeezy's patented "THAAA'S RIGHT" plus "YEEEAAAAH" ad libs and brags about fittin' a quarter of a mil' in "these Makavelli jeans" then you're made of sterner stuff than me, and he apparently just ganked the concept of rapping about Jordans over Jeezy's Air Forces beat from a little-heard cut by the Texan group Dirty South Rydaz (why's that song suddenly vanished from Youtube the moment I need to hyperlink it?), but I quite like this since it successfully captures the spirit of the original while managing to add a dash of the Bay to the proceedings, and, much like White's Codename, you should never oppose the dubious charms of any song which can cause you to laugh like a drain.