Dam. It’s a Houston line up. Where in the hell did they find Willie D?? Shit and Lil KeKe? Listen: Beyonce-I Been On (ft. Bun-B, Z-Ro, Scarface, Willie D, Slim Thug & Lil Keke)
Sorry Beezy, but I have to post this. For those of you that don’t know, Beezy hates when R&B is posted to the site. But after listening to this, hearing Beyonce rap is enough to call for a post right? Right?? Hey, it has a hip hop edge to it if you ask me. No boom bap but, you know. Look, she shouted out Willie D. Of the Geto Boyz! That has to count for something right? In any event, listen to Beyonce sing and rap over this Hit-Boy and Timbaland produced track. Listen: Beyoncé – Bow Down/I Been On
T.I. jumps on a remix to Beyonce’s song “Dance For You”. Listen: Beyonce-Dance For You (ft. T.I.) src: mlk
As a child, I grew up watching Saturday Night Live and In Living Color. These shows helped me understand what parodies, spoofs and satires were. I was also a huge fan of the brilliance behind “Weird Al” Yankovic and his parodies about pop culture and music. However, there was always one rule about parodies…everyone knew it was poking fun at a bigger issue. The irony of satirical videos is that sometimes the viewers can’t distinguish the fact from fiction. In the case of hip hop, I see something similar occurring. I recently ran across a video called “The Baddest” by an artist named Krispy Kreme….