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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz Killington View Post
    I feel that it may be time to retire "All I do is win" and "knuck if you buck"

    Those songs were popular back when I was in high school/college which is too long ago.
    Crowd and college kids are still feeling it....if the crowd was dead I'd agree with you.


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    Mo Bamba is dead. I hope we don’t hear it again this season. I wouldn’t be surprised though if we hear Old Town Road the first couple of games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueBlueDrew View Post
    I wouldn’t be surprised though if we hear Old Town Road the first couple of games.
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    Because.... We're idiots.

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    CAN’T NOBODY TELL ME NUTHIIINNNN

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueBlueDrew View Post
    Mo Bamba is dead. I hope we don’t hear it again this season. I wouldn’t be surprised though if we hear Old Town Road the first couple of games.
    So...the radio edit of Mo Bamba basically has no lyrics?
    Screwing up networks throughout the nation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southern edumacation View Post
    So...the radio edit of Mo Bamba basically has no lyrics?
    Students had no issues filling them in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglewraith View Post
    Students had no issues filling them in.
    That was never in question.
    Screwing up networks throughout the nation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglewraith View Post
    Students had no issues filling them in.
    Disclaimer: I’m old

    . . . but I can appreciate music of all types/eras to some degree. However, I don’t get this song at all. Take out the mumbled, obscene lyrics and it’s a basic repetitive electronic drum track. I mean there’s no music, no tune, it’s like somebody started making a song and quit after the first track. It sounds like one of the automatic backing effects on a child’s electronic keyboard. When I first heard people referring to it, I looked it up and all I could think was “That can’t be it”. I thought I’d found the wrong Mo Bamba song. I don’t get how this became a popular song, much less something that qualifies as a ‘hype’ song. At least a song like Old Town Road has a catchy hook, a novel fusion of styles, and a danceable beat- like it or hate it-that explains why it gets the masses wiggling and singing along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GATAlac El Dorado View Post
    Disclaimer: I’m old

    . . . but I can appreciate music of all types/eras to some degree. However, I don’t get this song at all. Take out the mumbled, obscene lyrics and it’s a basic repetitive electronic drum track. I mean there’s no music, no tune, it’s like somebody started making a song and quit after the first track. It sounds like one of the automatic backing effects on a child’s electronic keyboard. When I first heard people referring to it, I looked it up and all I could think was “That can’t be it”. I thought I’d found the wrong Mo Bamba song. I don’t get how this became a popular song, much less something that qualifies as a ‘hype’ song. At least a song like Old Town Road has a catchy hook, a novel fusion of styles, and a danceable beat- like it or hate it-that explains why it gets the masses wiggling and singing along.
    Simple, hard stuff is what makes club hits.

    If you're looking at musicality and all that, you're gonna be in for a bad time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GATAlac El Dorado View Post
    Disclaimer: I’m old

    . . . but I can appreciate music of all types/eras to some degree. However, I don’t get this song at all. Take out the mumbled, obscene lyrics and it’s a basic repetitive electronic drum track. I mean there’s no music, no tune, it’s like somebody started making a song and quit after the first track. It sounds like one of the automatic backing effects on a child’s electronic keyboard. When I first heard people referring to it, I looked it up and all I could think was “That can’t be it”. I thought I’d found the wrong Mo Bamba song. I don’t get how this became a popular song, much less something that qualifies as a ‘hype’ song. At least a song like Old Town Road has a catchy hook, a novel fusion of styles, and a danceable beat- like it or hate it-that explains why it gets the masses wiggling and singing along.
    It's a "banger". A song where lyrics don't really matter, it's more about the sound and beat, meant to just be fun. An example of a rock version, would be Kickstart My Heart. Read the lyrics to that song, they're absolutely awful. But that guitar riff and speed of the song gets anyone's adrenaline pumping.

    EDIT: The only rapper I can think of that can make a banger while also putting lyrical genius into it is Kendrick Lamar. But my rap universe isn't very diverse so I'm sure there's others.

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