Adam WarRock “XXXTra Crispy”
Beat used: Juicy J “Been Makin’ Money”
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(Cover Artwork by B. Birdie)
About a year ago, my friend Brandon was talking about how he wanted to get a white suit. We all joked about how it would be funny, because he’d look like Colonel Sanders. And as we were drinking at the time, talk started up about having Colonel Sanders be in a rap video. I went home that weekend, and wrote “XXXTra Crispy” with the sole purpose of continuing the joke.
A funny thing happened. The song kinda got into everyone’s head. To the point that one of my friends actually stole it from me, and passed it around to everyone in our friend group without me knowing it. Because I never wanted the song to get out necessarily. It’s a joke song that makes no sense. Then I performed it for the first time live…
I can’t begin to tell you the power of this song. Old people, young people, black, white, whatever, everyone seems to…love it? I performed it at a bar one night where my friend does karaoke, and to this day the bar owner still asks me “You gonna do fried chicken tonight?” everytime I walk in the place.
So…we made a music video, and Brandon finally bought that white suit. And other than the fact that I bought $80+ of KFC for it, there’s not much else to say. I hope you enjoy it.
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