Friday, 5 October 2012

Quack city

"She wanna go to lunch, but she must not read that much
sorry, girl, I was about to take you but the sign said DON'T FEED THE DUCKS!"

TKO Capone - Fucking 4 Da Loop
(From Duck Season Part 1 mixtape; 2012)

He's got some queer ideas that TKO Capone lad : breaking kayfabe to admit that he only makes Swag-Rap because his "more intelligent songs barely get views"; protesting about "filthy" Rap music when he clearly relishes rhyming about shagging gold-digger floozies; presumably paying for a good portion of Louis Gucci's 8 million Youtube views; using Twitter to only ever retweet mentions of himself yet constantly yapping to his fans and answering questions in Youtube comment sections; deciding that doing a mixtape with verses from his fans on every song would be a good idea; and releasing his long-awaited Duck Season mixtape in 3 instalments as a mammoth 89 song trilogy.

Fucking 4 Da Loop up top is a gas, but I'm not entirely sure we need a 40 song satire of Swag-Rap like the 1st instalment of Duck Season when it's a strain of Rap that even Soulja Boy has all but abandoned in the twlight of 2012; nor am I convinced that TKO Capone's calling in life is as a solo artist when he his own mixtapes have a tendency to get mad incommodious and he works so well as a duo alongside RiFF RaFF. Those two fartknockers need to realise that they were born to Rap together as a double-act already because their respective limitations become all too obvious when they go it alone like the solo careers of Erick Sermon & Parrish Smith or Paul Wall & Chamillionaire, and it'll come as no surprise that my other go-to jam on Duck Season is the one where where they both link up for a track we previously thought belonged to RiFF RaFF :

TKO Capone ft. RiFF RaFF - Lil' Mama I'm Sorry (original version)
(From Duck Season Part 1 mixtape; 2012)

RiFF Raff's interview with Nardwuar completely overshadowing the release of Duck Season = proof that AmeriKKKa is still an inherently racist country?


brytburken said...

should exist more rap songs with that quack quack sound....... word

Kelvin Mack10zie said...

I don't think there's a funnier sound than that of a quacking duck.

done said...

Something the otherwise shit comedian Shucky Ducky & Pensacola rapper Papa Duck made a career off with the "QUACK QUACK" adlib.

Kelvin Mack10zie said...

Streetz done told me part 2 of Duck Season features a cover version of Keith Harris & Orville The Duck's I Wish I Could Fly.

brytburken said...

Entirely OT:

Which rap songs from the 80s do you think sounds the hardest today? Personally, I think I'll go with "Straight Outta Compton" or "Squeeze The Trigger"...

Kelvin Mack10zie said...

Good choices.

I dunno, here's 10 favourites :

Eric B & Rakim - Lyrics Of Fury
Skinny Boys - Rip The Cut
Ice-T - Drama
Ultras - Ego Trippin'
Steady B - Just Call Us Def
Cool C - Juice Crew Dis
Beastie Boys - Rhymin' & Stealin'
LL Cool J - Go, Cut Creator, Go
Public Enemy - Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos
UGK - Cocaine In The Back Of The Ride