We’re Kinda in the Corle 2 Da Video
Yes, we’ve made fun of him, and then interviewed him, and now we’re promoting his new video “Facebook Jump Off”…because he put a screenshot of us in there. Yes, even the venerable Punching Kitty has moments of whorish behavior. Whorish mind you. We aren’t whores, but sometimes we may assume the characteristics of a whore. Ladies, you know what we’re getting at right?
Anyway, local rapper Corle 2 Da dropped us a line to let us know that we made the cut and have a quick cameo in his latest video (see animated gif version below, and the full version is after the jump).
When we not so subtly suggested that we appear in one of his famed YouTube videos during the interview it appeared our chances were slim at best.
PK: You’ve given visual shoutouts to the RFT in both “So St. Louis” and “Digital” is this interview our first step in getting a Punching Kitty appearance?
Corle: Ah a Punching Kitty appearance…in an upcoming video I’m guessing, well it is definitely a possibility, the RFT has been real supportive of my work and I appreciate that. I saw you won an award at RFT web awards as well didn’t you? Really though, they are great at recognizing people and topics in the community.
…yet here we sit, watching an animated gif go back and forth! In turn for this, we will guarantee the following things for Corle 2 Da as a thank you.
1,000 video views. (To keep things simple on the accounting side, we’ll just take credit for the first 1,000.)
A picture of ET dressed as Mr. T…
…and one post where we don’t take a single shot at him.
Check out his full video for “Facebook Jump Off” below.[Read More]
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“So St. Louis” is a music video making the rounds by Corle. In case you were wondering, the song is about being “so St. Louis”, and though it might just be a serious attempt to make an hit music video, it’s far better to view under the “lame tourism video” filter. (like this one for Cleveland)
“I could just say St. Louis over and over again, that would be cool.”
“I would turn your flat-billed hat a little sideways…”
“Well god Carl, of course I’m going to turn my hat a little sideways, I…”
“…ok! Well I think that’s all you need.”
“No, it needs something more. Something really obvious.”
“More obvious than saying ‘St. Louis’ over and over?”
“Yeah…wait! What if I stand in front of every building in the greater St. Louis area!”
Now as we all know, the most crucial scene in a rap video is the party scene. Every rapper spends roughly 92% of his time at fabulous parties, so showing one of them in a video is crucial as proof to the fact of your awesome rappines. This dude did his in some condo kitchen. It’s not bad though, I think I saw a sexy lady over to the left by the hot plate:
Ok ok ok. We’ll give the guy a break he did at least manage to get the Sir-Mix-A-Lot booty shot in there, so points for that:
…but if we are going to give him points for that, we will have to deduct for “making it rain” with singles:
That really seems more like “making it drizzle”.
Click through the jump to watch the whole video and see if he shot any of it in front of your house![Read More]
What the Hell is Going On Here?
The guy’s wearing a Cardinal hat so it counts for this site. Look, I make the rules.