If you're going to order KFC, I guess this is how you could do it. These guys walk into KFC and surprise the heck out of the cashier. They walk up and just spit out rap lyrics. The cool thing is that it's all about KFC. They even do a tag team. It's pretty cool. You can tell the cashier is either scared to death or just really confused. I guarantee you will see a lot of copy cat videos, but this i
Can you imagine your grandparents trying to rap? If they did try to start a rap career at 70, it would probably go a little something like this. This elderly couple raps about everything from being on social security to being broke and moving back in with their son. I love everything about this video, from the costumes to the rap. Check out the coolest elderly couple you will ever see, and the rap
Well, you don't see this every day. Unless you come back every day and watch this video again. But let's not get caught up in particulars. Let's just watch Jimmy Fallon's very successful mashup of Brian Williams clips that makes him rap the lyrics to 'Nuthin' But a G Thang' by Dr...
Rap, like any other genre of music, takes on various forms. Sometimes it's retrospective; sometimes with braggadocio; sometimes it's sentimental; and sometimes it could be just be plain old corny and embarrassing. Yes, as "cool" as some rappers may be, there are a couple of songs that slip through the cracks and are the definition of a gimmick.
Lil Wayne might find himself in some controversy after mentioning Frank Ocean in his verse on the remix to Future's hit single, 'Turn on the Lights.' Weezy uses Ocean's sexuality as a punchline on the track, which has everyone in a tizzy.
Humility, thy name is not Drake. The Canadian rapper, who is also Jewish on his mother’s side, is a big believer in his own talent, and he should be, since his albums debut at No. 1 and he has millions of fans, spread across both male and female fanbases.
His nasal delivery is unique and unlike anything else in his genre. But he made a pretty massive, full-of-hubris claim to The Jewish Chronicle,
Rappers love to spell their names, this, according to an amusing video that was recently posted online. In the clip, rappers from Eve, Snoop Dogg, MC Lyte, Common, Queen Latifah, Diddy, Fabolous are featured spelling their rap monikers.