Skinnen Bones MC | Rappus Caucasius

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Rappus Caucasius

by Skinnen Bones MC

Hilarious hip hop lyrics and energetic, funky danceable beats.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Comedy Rap
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1. Comin' Out Blastin
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2:51 $0.99
2. Naked Pool Party
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3:51 $0.99
3. Pants
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3:57 $0.99
4. Turkey(The Bowling Song)
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3:15 $0.99
5. Rappus Caucasius
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3:26 $0.99
6. County Fair
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4:53 $0.99
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Album Notes
"What happens at the Naked Pool Party, stays at the Naked Pool Party!"

Skinnen Bones MC claims there is a bad case of seriousness goin' around and he's trying to cure it. That's why this white rapper from suburban Maryland writes hip hop songs about having a "Naked Pool Party", crapping his "Pants", and bowling three strikes in a row, a "Turkey".

Bones made his national music debut rapping his "Turkey(The Bowling Song)" on ESPN in 2004 at the PBA US OPEN. "I added the 'ow' to bling and got my ass on the TV." He appeared in a Budweiser commercial that starred Dale Earnhart Jr., performed live on the Tom Joyner TV show and was seen on America's Got Talent. SBMC also has a supporting acting role in Tom Green's movie "Prankstar."

If you wanna bop your head, sing some dope hooks, and laugh a lil' bit then buy RAPPUS CAUCASIUS.


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Craig Moorhead

Well worth your hard earned cash.
If you've only listened to these songs once and decided "So what? He's just like everybody else.", you better listen again. Each and every track parodies, deconstructs, and reconsiders what a lot of the rap world has given us. In a word - not bloody much.

And now here's Skinnen Bones, who is so baldly not bloody much that he becomes a helluva lot. From the non-sensical call out track "Comin' Out Blastin" to the EP's Beastie-esque "County Fair", we are presented with an artist who busts the old hip hop molds by doing his best to squeeze into them. No track busts those molds harder than the dizzying and laugh-out-loud funny "Rappus Caucasius", which demands more of your brain than three 50 Cent albums, playing simultaneously.

Seriously. Listen. Buy. Love.