Both Dean and Skinny Pimp demonstrate the fire and passion of those who are “shooting for the stars,” Dean in politics and Skinny Pimp in hip-hop.
Presidential hopeful Howard Dean was heard loud and clear in Iowa, delivering a speech worthy of a hip-hop star, with his dramatic “calling out” of thirteen U.S. states, in a “voice” not heard very often in political arenas.
With hip-hop and politics being perfect bedfellows, here to assist Dean’s efforts is Onlock Records/Grandstand Entertainment’s Memphis rap star Skinny Pimp, ably assisted by fellow rappers Tom Skeemask and Young Lo, with his song “City To City.” The song calls out various cities in the U.S., much in the fashion of Dean’s passionate delivery…
Both Dean and Skinny Pimp demonstrate the fire and passion of those who are “shooting for the stars,” Dean in politics and Skinny Pimp in hip-hop. Skinny Pimp, Tom Skeemask and Young Lo’s delivery in “City To City” spits a fire similar to that which Mr. Dean demonstrated in his “I Have A Scream” speech on Martin Luther King’s holiday. And to give credit where credit is definitely due, this remixed song includes audio snippets of Howard Dean himself, taking “call and response” to a new level!
The perfect campaign theme song, “City To City” should be regaled as Dean’s catchy new mantra. As he goes on to attempt to win favor in other states, this song should help both him