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Yesterday’s blog about the best keg spots in Worcester has been getting a lot of backlash because it’s extremely biased towards the west side. Particularly my lack of knowledge about Crow Hill. So just for you east siders I found this awesome rap video on the world wide internets, which is so Grafton Hill it hurts. Because you’re not really from Grafton Hill if you didn’t go through a phase where you pursued an independent rap career. Unlike you though, these guys are going straight to the top. If they don’t make it to the big time then I’ve lost complete faith in the game. This is truly one of the most glorious videos I’ve ever seen. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
As you can see that video has been taken down. I need it back in my life though. I literally can’t get it out of my head. All I have left is this remix that someone has added a laugh track onto. It’s well done, but it’s not quite the same thing. LIVING GO-OO-OO-OOOOD!!!
Congratulations. You’re now gonna have “Livin good….livin goo-oo-oo-od” stuck in your head all day long. Nothing says “livin good” like hanging out in the Stop n’ Shop parking lot o Grafton Street. Sure some people think having a mansion in Beverly Hills or a loft in New York City is the sign that you’ve made it big time. But those people don’t realize that they’re missing out on the glitz and glamour of Worcester MA.
First of all, the name. Absolutely brilliant:
Secondly, I need this t-shirt, and I need it yesterday:
And I know if I were shooting my own rap video the first place I would think to film it would be the Grafton Street, Building 19 plaza parking lot:
Also, I might move to Rice Square and pursue a rap career because although I love Mrs. Turtleboy, she’s got nothing on this ride or die junior smokeshow:
And I don’t know about you, but money is tight this time of year. But when you’re a legendary Worcester rapper money ain’t a thing:
And you can’t shoot a parking lot rap video without the ill whip vehicle of choice:
Oh yea, and like the video said, don’t fuck with this guy:
Because he’s feelin goo-oo-oo-oo-od. And no Grafton Hill rap video would be complete without a Grafton Hill girl doing her makeup in the background:
Now as awesome as this video was, I have to say that I was a little intimidated by it. I mean, I understand these guys are gangstas and all, but I’m their biggest fan and they keep flipping the bird in my direction:
The best part of the whole video is when the Hennessy bottle emerges out of nowhere. Shit gets real then.
and obviously no rap video would be complete without a closeup of said Hennessy bottle in a pile of Grafton Hill snow:
The lyrics were wicked deep too. Especially when it was Bubba Sparxxx’s turn:
“So I stay college bound, gotta have the education. Here we go again, I’m back, rehabilitation.”
Wait….what? So let me get this straight. These guys were filling out their applications to Harvard and all of a sudden one day – BAM – rehab. I feel ya on that Matt Money. Well, when the Ivy Leagues don’t work out you have to go to plan B – start a record label called “Get Down Productions.”
If I could give them a piece of advice though, I’d say to clean up the lyrics a little bit. I mean, this is a family blog after all. Isn’t there another way you could say, “Pussy poppin panties droppin?” Although at the same time, nothing says “panty-droppin” like Matt Money:
Magnificent. Someday I will exude such insatiable sexuality.
And Mrs. Turtleboy always says I can’t dance. So maybe Money Matt here can help me out. Apparently all you to do to be a good dancer is just move your hands around a lot in front of you:
point to yourself
point to your imaginary boy who isn’t there
pretend to smoke blunts
and then point up to the sky
I’ve been doing everything in life wrong. Because nothing in my life is nearly this glamorous:
Feelin goooo-oo-oo-ood. I know some of you think I’m kidding, but I’m actually dead serious. I’m telling you, these guys are going straight to the top. Get down with Get down productions before it’s too late. I need this album and I need it now. And when is the rap video coming out at the Turtleboy statue? Is that too much ask for? I know it’s not the Building 19 parking lot but it’s still pretty hot.
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