Swizz Beatz, who you may know as Alica Keys' husband, a rapper, and a Lotus design collaborator, looks to have a new British car on his hand.
When we saw this goofy white guy in khakis and sneakers was about to rap about the new Mazda 3 we were worried. Surprisingly it's not awful — at least by Tacoma, Washington standards.
Guru may be dead, but the spirit of hip hop lives on in Seattle's Grynch. Here's his ode to the Volvo 240 Wagon. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll be impressed by the spot-on description of the chunky a/c controls.
So, uh, this is a little... yeah, we can't make any jokes. Some of them are too easy, some are too stupid, and some are just too mean. But we have five words for you: You must watch this. Now.
The Bluegrass State is a strange place, and Louisville, its largest city, is home to some weird and wonderful stuff. If you ever find yourself in the 'Ville and have to ride the bus, use a bike rack. Fool.
East Coast rapper Raekwon shouldn't be strapped for cash after years with the Wu-Tang Clan, but this commercial appearance has us wondering if a need for cash doesn't rule everything around him... DEBT!
Straight from the West Coast, The Scrayper Boyz bring us on an intellectual journey through the world of highly innovative automobile customization. Or a dirty donk rap video. You be the judge. NSFW.
Any rap that manages to rhyme "connoisseur" with "door" deserves a look, especially when it's performed by John Riggins for a mid-80s Ford dealership commercial. Cal Worthington clearly had nothing to fear from this guy, but his work still deserves a space in the Sleazeball Huckster Hall of Fame.