Musical Interlude.

 

There is apparently some controversy going around over a rap song called WAP.

I only heard about it because it was mentioned on David Robertson’s blog who claimed it was pornographic. Well, I dunno about that, but it is about the worst song I have ever listened to. So bad in fact that I laughed out loud watching the video.

I was going to post it …  but then had a change of heart. You’ll have to do the Googly thing if you are interested.

This song, however has class, and musicianship.

Ark.

 

 


13 thoughts on “Musical Interlude.

      1. Hah~! We’re on the same page — BOOM BOOM!
        Yet some still call it ‘art’? In the same class as spray-can graffiti, I suppose some might. And do. And probably pick their teeth in public whilst dribbling snot down their fronts from unattended snouts …

        I don’t … now I;m off tow ‘compose’ my new spontanteous rap song—here, you can be the first to view it:

        “And a wah wah rap with a yabba dabba do,
        “And a wah wah rap with a yabba dabba do,
        “And a wah wah rap with a yabba dabba do,
        “And a wah wah rap with a yabba dabba do,
        “And a wah wah rap with a yabba dabba do,
        “And a wah wah rap with a yabba dabba do,
        “And a wah wah rap with a yabba dabba do,
        “And a wah wah rap with a yabba dabba do etc ad infinitem …

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  1. I have been listening to Cab Calloway the past couple of days. An utterly different genre than my usual terrifying sociopathic European black metal diet. Plus…the cartoon Old Man of the Mountain has to be one of the funniest things I have seen this year. And, speaking of pornography, it caused a scandal and they were forced to de-sex Betty Boop.

    Old music is not necessarily innocent anyway. Although Wikipedia was silent on it, the drug references in his most famous songs are omnipresent! Minnie the Moocher, for example, enjoyd “Ringing the Gong in Chnatown!”

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    1. I used to watch those old pre-censored era cartoons when I was a kid, with my mouth hanging open. I couldn’t believe what they got away with. When you see whitebread Bugs Bunny and Popeye, and then watch Betty Boop snaking across the stage…I think she was a parody of Mae West, on a different level.

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