December 27, 2011

A Chip Off the Old Doc?

I've gotta think that when Dwight Gooden, Darryl Strawberry and the rest of the band of misfits from the 1986 New York Mets got together to make a rap song...they thought they were on to something.

I mean, Steve Fuller and Mike Singletary made it all look so effortless when they recorded the "SuperBowl Shuffle" less than a year before.

But I've got news for you "Get Metsmerized!", even though you've included an exclamation point in your title (and a reference to George Foster's "black bat" in your song)...you're no "SuperBowl Shuffle".

Exclamation point!

And if you want some laughs...read the YouTube comments. 


While he might not have gotten his Dad's fastball...it's safe to say that Dwight Jr. (born just before the Mets 1986 championship season) also didn't get his famous father's rapping skills.

And yes, that's actually a compliment.

Lil' Doc's been at the rap game for a while now and his new single is, as the kids say, about to drop.  Enjoy.  And then listen to "Get Metsmerized!" again.



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Horrible !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!