(From White Jesus album; 2011)
Fulla Shit and High Five are the obvious standouts, but I may come to love Nowhere To Run too because it's an emo cracka-rap song us white ppl can listen to when we're feeling frail like a penguin's egg without being struck dumb by images of the fabled sulking teens in Papa Roach's Last Resort video. But anyway, since it's now k00l to like fat white southern rappers I present you with the best three songs by Haystak as according to me.
When dudes do "rap album covers lolz" message board threads you can guarantee that Crackavelli is always gonna follow the infamous Big Bear CD sleeve, but 'stak Bundles was actually one of the forefathers of Moonshine 'n' Rhinestones whigga-rap who was kicking double-time flows and launching into Newports & cheap booze-addled raspy harmonizing like a saltine ginger Z-Ro when Rittz was probably still playing air-guitar to Puddle Of Mudd and practicing the Grandmaster Sexay and Scotty 2 Hotty dance in front of his mother's TV. So, go grab your rhodium fronts, and then cop some 44" waist Southpole jean shorts, white softtoe Reeboks and Ecko t-shirts from TK Maxx and let's take it to the dirt roads. Or the fridge :
(From Car Fulla White Boys album; 2000)
Haystak - Broads And Alcohol
(From Portrait Of A White Boy album; 2004)
Haystak - Hell Naw
(From Cracks The Safe album; 2008)
Swear down that wasn't intended as a one-hot-song-ever-four-year-average there, because everybody knows that Haystak has made more good songs than Eminem at this point.