Sunday, 14 December 2014

Rap songs that aren't on YouTube but really should be # 2

I hope The K.I.D Heat & Mally Mall were well compensated for having their own song with Drake & Tyga snatched from them, because Whatcha Say was already getting radio/club play in it's two target markets of California & the U.K before Universal had it damn near wiped from the internet/muted on YouTube to make way for Truffle Butter from the new Nicki Minaj album.

Actually, scratch that - I hope The K.I.D Heat got duly shafted by Baby & Slim as karmic retribution for his pitiful attempt to toady up to The Canadian and pretend Tyga wasn't ever featured on Whatcha Say after the Drake & Tyga "beef" went public. Purely because I hate seeing sneaky major labels attempting to airbrush songs that've been gettin' rinsed on Westwood for months out of history, here's the MP3 of the original version of Truffle Butter:

The K.I.D Heat & Mally Mall ft. Drake & Tyga - Whatcha Say
(From t'internet; 2014)



Brief thoughts on The Pinkprint from a guy who likes Pills N Potions: looks like Nicki Minaj's "fuck the skinny bitches in the club" ad lib on Anaconda was an ill-subliminal aimed at Lil' Debbie because Nicki knew she was creatively spent after her 2014 peak of Yasss Bish!! and couldn't compete with Debbie's 2014 trifecta of $lot Machine, Work The Middle, and I Do My Thang. Not since the second Rocky movie has a black American taken such a devastating L against an Italian American.

7 comments:

Bruno Brooks Mattei said...

I thought Apollo won the first fight?

Si Mane Price said...

Oops, sunday morning slip of the fingers there.

Si Mane Price said...

Since Fancy is better than any of Nicki's 2014 songs, does that make Iggy Azalea the Ivan Drago of this analogy?

GGGGG said...

This song didn't reach the east coast. Guess it never will now.

iTunes Snitch said...

Nicki's album is VERY bad

Si Mane Price said...

Maybe The Pinkprint sucking is karmic retribution for all the terrible Nicki thinkpieces in 2014?

Vinnie Pazz And Jop said...

Wow.

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