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Saturday, May 30, 2009

This Summer's Club Banger

By: T.R. Slyder,

It's a rap by two white bastards in suits about their conservative views and Jesusophilia. It has "Club banger" written ALL over it.

Big ups to my man upstairs on the 1s and 2s, Mr. JC.!

If there's one thing I love more than crap rap from Juvenile and Wax-a-million, it's whitefolk
rapping about their love of Jesus. It's awesome 100% of the time.

Speaking of summer hits...

You know you can't help but keep a running list of your favorite summertime songs?

Mine has:

"Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley
"Summertime" by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince
"April 26, 1992" by Sublime
"Homecoming" by Kanye
"Turn Me On" by Kevin Lyttle
"Here Comes Your Man" by the Pixies
"Scar Tissue" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
"The Party Song" by Blink182
"Warehouse" by Dave Matthews Band
"Dip it Low" by Christina Milian
"Addicted" by Amy Winehouse
"Regulate" by Warren G
"Fantastic Voyage" by Coolio
"GZ and Hustlas" by Snoop Doggy Dogg, the bonus track from Snoop's Doggystle
"Don't Cry" and "You Could Be Mine" by Guns and Roses
"Miami Shit" by Pitbull
"Feel Good, Inc." by Gorillaz
"Shake Down" by Akon
"Drug Ballad" by Eminem
"Home Alone" by R. Kelly feat. Keith Murray
"Hollaback Girl" by Gwen Stefani
"Mr. Brightside" by the Killers
"Rock DJ" by Robbie Williams
"The Irony of It All" and "Weak Become Heroes" by the Streets
"No Scrubs" by TLC
"Anywhere" by 112
"Rebel Yell" by Billy Idol
"She's Crafty" by the Beastie Boys
"Right Thurr" by Chingey
"100 Miles and Runnin'" by NWA
"My Neck, My Back" by Khia
"Love at First Sight" by Kylie Minogue
"Bad Babysitter" by Princess Supastar and the High & Mighty
"What's it Gonna Be" by Busta Rhymes and Janet Jackson
"Don't Talk Just Kiss" by Right Said Fred
"Romeo's Tune" by Steve Forbert
"Ecstasty" by Rusted Root
"Roll up and Shine" by Stereohonics
"Simple Kind of Man" by Lynyrd Skynrd
"Ayo Technology" by 50 Cent and Justin Timberlake
"That Don't Impress Me Much" by Shania Twain
"Frank Sinatra" by Miss Kitten and the Hacker
"Sexual" by Amber
"Imigrrante" by Tanghetto
"Last Night" and "Hard to Explain" by the Strokes
"Take California" by the Propellerheads
"Got Glint" by the Chemical Brothers,
"She's Electric", "Cigarettes and Alcohol" and "Morning Glory" by Oasis
"Disco Science" by Mirwais
"99 Problems" by Jay-Z
"Knee Deep [Midnight Mix]" George Clinton and Digital Underground
"Don't Stop What You're Doing" by Puff Daddy and the Family
"Bop Gun" by George Clinton featuring Ice Cube
"Take me Out" by Franz Ferdinand
"Girl From Ipanema" and "Nancy" by Frank Sinatra, to name a few)

Most songs correspond with one specific summer, and if you think hard enough every summer has at least one song that you'll always associate with that specific summer.

Well, I have 2009's. You heard it hear first.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Best Song and Video POSSIBLE

By: T.R. Slyder,

No Panties On by Wax-A-Million. You're welcome in advance.
(Medical Disclaimer: If you are awesomeness intolerant, you should not watch this video)

You're welcome.

This is the best for several obvious reasons, but I will point out a few minor nuances that you maybe didn't pick up on during your first viewing.

1. That white chick is the worst lip-snycher since Ashlee Simpson.

2. When Wax-A-Million is in front of his crew of friends rapping, the tall, lanky guy with the afro in the powder blue longsleeve looks a LOT like Dave Chappelle (you can see him pretty clearly at the :45 and 2:56 marks).

3. It does a great job of showcasing the joys and glamour (with a "u") of twerking.

4. When I first saw this video in 2003 on BET's UnCut, I swear to God and Baby Jesus that the title of the song was "Panty's On The Dancefloor" and it was spelled incorrectly, just like how I have it there (update: I just found a link to it here).

UPDATE: You can find the video of the remix here. This video certainly has a very, very high budget. When I called Gloria Steinam to ask her if the rumor is true that she wrote the remix and directed the video, she did not answer. Sounds like a non-denial to me. On Sunday this video celebrates its one-year anniversary! Happy Anniversary, Wax-A-Million!

See Also: The intentionally hilarious (I'm pretty sure) Günther

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