#1 Posted by beepmachine (631 posts) -

Well folks, the RAP Man is taking over. The home of rap lyric analysis and documentation is now graced with the presence of Petaluma's premiere street performer / hunk kingpin.

Is this the beginning of a guerilla marketing plan for the RAP Man's next album?

#2 Posted by Animasta (14848 posts) -

hopefully!

#3 Edited by Milkman (18729 posts) -

I may have made some annotations.

#4 Posted by Fattony12000 (8154 posts) -

That dunk is here to stay, lady.

#5 Posted by NegativeCero (3126 posts) -

I have no idea who this man is.

#6 Edited by theveej (922 posts) -

WHERE IS MY RAP MAN ALBUM!?!?! If John Cena can release and ok rap album, the RAP MAN himself should be able to bang one out with relative ease.

#7 Posted by MocBucket62 (1656 posts) -

I have no idea who this man is.

Now you will!

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#8 Edited by Ravelle (2334 posts) -
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One of my favorites.

" I ain't promotiing na-thing!"

#9 Posted by big_jon (6334 posts) -

The only rap song I've ever liked

#10 Edited by HoboZero (324 posts) -

Someone needs to recreate The RAP Man in Def Jam: Fight For New York so that we can forever solve the argument:

"Who would win in a fight in an abandoned subway station between the The RAP Man and Danny Treo?"

#11 Posted by Animasta (14848 posts) -

@big_jon said:

The only rap song I've ever liked

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#12 Posted by ahgunsillyo (481 posts) -

Glorious.

#13 Edited by benpicko (2016 posts) -

@animasta said:

@big_jon said:

The only rap song I've ever liked

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All of that album is hilarious but this is the only song with a beat that doesn't hurt my ears

#14 Edited by Sammo21 (4790 posts) -

Any excuse to go back and watch all those game of the year videos is good by me. Also, shit...Ryan in that video still cracks me up.

"If people wanna hear about space I'm a rap about Pluto."

#15 Edited by beepmachine (631 posts) -

Props to everyone who annotated the lyrics. It's important the RAP Man's message of what it's really like out there on the streets gets publicity. Does anyone know what "Huffies straight fakin' that funk" means?

#16 Posted by Gamer_152 (14402 posts) -

I support this. People need to hear the Rap Man's message.

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#17 Posted by korwin (3738 posts) -

I support this. People need to hear the Rap Man's message.

His rhymes are his microphone.

#18 Edited by GaspoweR (4745 posts) -

AAAAAAAALLL DAY...LADY.

#19 Posted by McGhee (6128 posts) -

Man, I would love a full Rap Man album.

#20 Posted by RobotSquad (242 posts) -

I listen to this song at least once every day. This has filled in some gaps in the lyrics I had.

#21 Edited by csl316 (12842 posts) -

Guys, say NO! I've been in a downward spiral ever since!!