Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Why couldn't God have taken Copywrite instead of Camu Tao????


(Before we get down to the nitty gritty, let's take a moment to reflect on Camu Tao's outfit in the infamous picture of him whupping his former MHZ groupmate Copywrite. Dook was wearing slim-fit sagged jeans in 2005 B.C -- Before Cool Kids --, which makes him an ever bigger sartorial trailblazer than KanYe!)

Why did it have to be the one talented rapper from the MHZ crew who was taken back to the essence, yo? The only good song MHZ ever made was when Camu Tao got his own solo track on their 2nd 12", where he rapped in tongues as though his brain had been invaded by Korton from the planet Koldas and Canibus who'll bury your body on any other planet except the Earth:

MHZ - Magnetics
(From Rocket Science 12"; 1999)



I'm just kidding like Short about wishing for Copywrite's demise, of course, because he's one of the greatest internet punchlines of all time; from Esoteric exposing him for sock puppeting on UGHH.com, to the aforementioned incident where he caught a beatdown from Camu and managed to break his own finger on his brass knuckles, to the Skribble Jam ding-dong which resulted in him getting knocked the fuck out by ol' glassjaw-ass Icon The Mic King, Copywrite has given the internet more LOLz whilst takin L's than any rapper not named Hell Rell.

7 comments:

d said...

He definitely sounded better than Missy over Gossip Folks. Not Luda though.

Alex said...

Was hoping this would be an expose on how Camu could've flourished in this age and was kinda sorta maybe like proto-Danny Brown, but ace post title either way

Queezy said...

Very historical post.

Frank said...

Pretty solid Monche impression. Maybe that's too obvious but uh - it's obvious

CrowleyHead said...

"Cereal Carpens" is probably the only nerd rap that is as good and funny as it thinks it is.

Fosterakahunter said...

" the Skribble Jam ding-dong which resulted in him getting knocked the fuck out by ol' glassjaw-ass Icon The Mic King"
I was there that year; how do you know about that? This is before the internets was the minute information mill that it is now. That's amazing.

Si Mane Price said...

I just remember it being all over the 2 message boards I read at the time.

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