Teen rap sensation (using "sensation" rather loosely), Krispy Kreme, made this very DIY video for his track, "The Baddest." With production that rivals Mannie Fresh, the song features quotable lines like "I got more money than Jay-Z, because Jay-Z is lazy." With rap punchlines like that, Krispy Kreme is surely serving up some hurts doughnuts.
Blake Boston, aka "Scumbag Steve," is a case study in embracing unexpected Internet fame. Boston has managed to parlay his notoriety as a meme into a popular Tumblr, and now he's resurrecting his long-dormant hip-hop ambitions with a track about (what else?) Scumbag Steve.
His future plans include releasing a new track every Thursday on his just-launched website, ScumbagThursdays.
Knowing Scumbag Steve, though, he probably won't drop a new song until the 1st of the month (which is also when he plans to hit you back for the 20 bucks you loaned him).
Steve fans can also catch the 'bag himself at this weekend's ROFLCon at MIT.
Texas rapper Adair Lion's new single, "Ben," calls out big-name rappers for dissing homosexuality: "Where you at, Wayne? Where you at, Ye?"
Best line: "To all the little dudes learnin' to mack –- the hottest girls got a gay in their clique, remember that."
The song, which samples the hook off Michael Jackson's 1972 hit of the same name, is part of Lion's upcoming tribute album Michael & Me, which drops June 25, the third anniversary of Jackson's death.
While last week's show stopping cameo of Hologram/Ghost Tupac kept the internets abuzz, new jack rapper, ASAP Rocky, tried to one-up that last night and brought out erstwhile No Limit Soldier, Master P, for his Coachella debut. Master P and Rocky launched into "Make 'Em Say Uhh" and "I Miss My Homies," dedicating the latter to Trayvon Martin. Hologram Tupac could not be reached for comment.