All MCs bow down, your new rap god is here, and he looks eerily like Mac from Always Sunny In Philadelphia wearing a cowboy hat.
Sergey Ivanushin has created a new category of hip-hop altogether called, ready for it… “cattlerap.” Take a hip-hop beat, and loop it over an auctioneer — brilliance. I’m predicting that it’s just the type of innovation needed to finally bring the Bronx and Boise, Idaho hip-hop communities together.
Now we’ve got a fan-made video of Brian Williams — or BW$ as I’ll be reffering to him from now on — putting out the Ludacris classic, “Rollout (My Business).”
Now throw your hands in the air, and wave them like you just do care about your figure.
They’re putting the “social” in “social media is fun for having one-sided conversations with celebrities.”
Dude’s got that suuuuuuuperrrrrr baaaaaasssssss.
Haters to the left side scrollbar
It’s swag in assorted bags.
Much better than Paul Ryan’s weird version of “Big Pimpin.”
Streeter and Amir burn each other lyrically… with a little help from “Freestyle Love Supreme.”
Here’s 32 rappers saying “uuh”, which makes this the illest rap supercut (without any actual rapping in it) ever.
We’re pretty siked this exists.