MC Hammer says Jay Z worships the devil…in verse.
As I was having my day before midterm election freak out I noticed a couple of tweets saying something about MC Hammer dropping a Jay Z diss track and video. My brain wouldn’t accept that those words all in the same sentence. I assumed I was drunk because I did have a few drinks…3 days ago…or maybe I’m being glamored True Blood style. There’s simply no way that MC Hammer…er…sorry, King Hammer would possibly think it wise or even think anyone would find an attack by him on Jay Z even slightly credible. Even at Hammer’s pinnacle of success he wasn’t a great rapper. He was catchy. He was even a style icon for a moment (Yes, I had a pair of hammer pants. But I was like 11. It does not count.) But Hammer was never particularly skilled on a microphone. But lo…:
No you did just see that. That was with your own eyes. Apparently King Hammer has taken some time to read the Blogs claiming Jay Z is all down with the Illumi-whatever and it seems that when he signed up for money he also signed up for Beyonce.
I’m not sure that Mr. Hammer can claim to be the “King” but he can claim to have a time machine because he obviously traveled back to when he was popular just to get that sample of someone yelling “Hold it” or “Holy” or “Oh Yeah”–I have no clue what their saying but it’s sort of spectacular. This song officially proves that I’m an a-hole because I think I like it. No normal reasonable person can like this song. You have to be an ass to enjoy listening to the audible sound of desperation. The only thing that could’ve made this song more pathetic is if he would’ve gotten Khia to lay down a verse as well.