Rapper Takes on Chick-Fil-A + Launches a New Genre: The Recipe Rap
Sick of talking about Chick-fil-A? Me too. Sick of very fast recipe rapping? Uuuhh, no, me neither. The recent controversy over Chick-fil-A's involvement in the anti-same-sex marriage movement has inspired Mac Lethal, a Kansas City rapper, to perhaps start a new trend: the recipe rap. Check it out (warning: PG-13 lyrics and dumb references to how gay love works):
Is it the first of its kind? Um, no. There are other recipe raps. For C- time wasting fun, check out a few more...
Pea pesto, dedicated to Whitney Houston, by the "rapping cook":
I'd say at this point, Mac Lethal is killing the competition, and leaving the genre wide open. Check out an interview with Mac Lethal over on our music blog, West Coast Sound.
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