We recently named Grand Hustle signee Doe B one of 2013's 25 New Rapper to Watch Out For. The Alabama rapper has a low-key distinct flow and a gift for making undeniable bangers. This track, though, goes in a different direction, appropriating Mark Morrison's "Return of the Mack," easily the best song ever recorded*, and blending it with Project Pat's skeezy classic "Gorilla Pimp." Of course, no such remake would be complete without a guest verse from Pat himself.
We're going to use this as an excuse, though, to link to one of the most important moments in world history: Mark Morrison's performance of "Return of the Mack" at the Brit Awards, inarguably the greatest live broadcast on television ever**.
Observe as Mark Morrison 1. Shows up in white fur accompanied by police sirens and female backup dancers dressed as bobbies 2. Strips down to a black "Only God Can Judge Me" t-shirt (which has "Not Guilty" written on the back—he had been arrested for trying to bring a firearm on an airplane) 3. Stage-dives backwards into a sea of screaming fans while his backup dancers strip on-stage. "Brilliant opening segment, I think you'll agree," says the host. We do—classic British understatement.
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