A handful of Michael Christmas' recent songs have been named after notable figures, such as "Michael Cera" and "Jackie Brown." Both were incredibly hilarious, and likewise impressive, so why stop there? Today Christmas shares "Leonard Washington," which is a reference to the vulgar character from Dave Chappelle's revered series, Chappelle's Show. Michael Christmas channels Washington's crude demeanor by flipping witty metaphors over Thelonious Martin's velvety production.

"Leonard Washington" will be included on Michael Christmas' upcoming mixtape, Is This Art?, and the cover art for that project can be viewed above. If you've already asked yourself, "Is it?" after glancing up to check it out, then Christmas' job is done here. Is This Art? will be released on February 19.

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