(From Runnin' Off At Da Mouth album; 1992)
Crazy visions, BOOM: Back 2 School shoulda been the main single from Twista's first album with a video which flipped & bounced the G.O.A.T Chicago movie The Breakfast Club. Picture the cameras rollin' in 1992: Tung Twista playin' the position of Judd Nelson, DJ Quicksilver Cooley playin' the position of Emilio Estevez, Common Sense playin' the position of Anthony Michael Hall, and a couple of fit local lasses playin' the positions of Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy. Have cameos from Paul Gleason and John Capelos reprising their respective Breakfast Club teacher and janitor roles, and Twista woulda had the best Rap video set in a high school since De La's Me, Myself & I. Amirite or am I right?
Always cracks me up that the TCM2 poster is a parody of The Breakfast Club.
How did I never realise that before? 🤯
TCM2... What a movie! Dennis Hopper, damn.
It doesn't get any love from genre aficionados because the first one was so raw and iconic.. but this sequel is a hell of a black comedy.
I concur. It's one of those great sequels like Halloween III: Season of the Witch which people couldn't get their heads around at the time because it was a curveball.
Wicked song. I did not know Twista released music in the early 90s.
Fun fact: it was the first album released on Loud Records. Some jams on there.
Click the Tung Twista link in the post for the video of him performing on Yo! MTV Raps.
Good song and outfit in that clip
Since there was a little trend amongst some 90s rapper to shoot videos for older songs (see: https://youtu.be/jLFElk9iQY4), you could pitch it to Twista - bonus points if there’s an interlude with him doing ventriloquy with one of his custom made puppets 😄
Galaxy brain idea: he does a The Breakfast Club homage video, but with ventriloquist puppets as all the characters 🤯
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