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Young, white, nerdy, comedic rap like it was meant to be.
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To celebrate 'Weird Al' Yankovic's single 'White & Nerdy' going platinum, I spoofed the third verse of Chamillionaire's original song
Peak position #89
Inspired by 'Revolution 42' produced by Nuclear Bubble Wrap, which is a style parody of 'Revolution 9' by The Beatles, this song has a large family tree. It cannot be described. Only experienced.
Peak position #7
Parody of 'What I've Done' by Linkin Park. The parody speaks for itself.
Peak position #32
Parody of 'Irreplaceable' by Beyoncé about being hopelessly lost thanks to some irreversible directions.
Peak position #12
A 'sequel' of sorts to 'Snack That'. It's a parody of 'Smack That (Remix)' by Akon feat. Ca$his and Bobby Creekwater.
Peak position #30
Parody of 'Sorry, Blame It on Me' by Akon about the Wii's growing library of games shared with the PSP and PS2.
Peak position #37
A parody of 'I'm a Playa' by Tech N9ne about the world of online video gaming! Bouncy, upbeat, and fun!
Parody of 'Say Goodbye' by Chris Brown about being stuck in the traffic. It happens to everyone. The only thing is, most people are mature enough not to write songs about it.
Peak position #18
Parody of 'My Love' by Justin Timberlake feat. T.I. about the immensely popular social networking site.
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Parody of 'We Be Burnin'' by Sean Paul about the joy and triumph of piracy of music over the internet. Ah yes, our arrests are never far away, but we'll use torrents until they have a warrant.
Peak position #11
Parody of 'Smack That' by Akon feat. Eminem about a man who is coming home hungry, but is unable to eat, as he has a date in an hour, and he wouldn't want to spoil his appetite.
Peak position #48
Parody of 'SexyBack' by Justin Timberlake about a dissatisfied customer.
Here's the Mortal Kombat inspired intro to my CD, New Challenger. FINISH HIM!!
Peak in sub-genre #54
A parody of 'Let's Get It Started' by The Black Eyed Peas about the Target megastores scattered blocks away from each other throughout the country. This is some of my most well produced music yet.
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A parody of 'Huster's Ambition' by 50 Cent about a very popular weatherman on a news network.