(Sharon) Contestant #1, I believe first impressions last forever, So let's say you were to come over to my parents' house And have dinner with me and my family.
Let's see, hmm, well I'd have to think about it I might show up in a tux, ha! I'd probably just show up naked like I always do And look your mama in the eye and tell her fuck you!
Nearly three years after the single, the wickedest duo in the Midwest has put their inspirational spin on the song–that is to say, they literally covered the song almost exactly, with new lyrics and a budget approximation of Mike Will Made-It’s original beat substituted.
Yes, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope lovingly fit their sentiments to the exact cadence of Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi’s verses as well as their triumphant chorus, much in the same way as they once rescripted “My Name Is” as “Slim Anus” to diss Eminem just before the turn of the millennium.
Then type your knowledge, add image or You Tube video till "Good-o-meter" shows "Cool" or "Awesome! Violent J: Hmm well lets see I'd have to think about it I might show up in a tux ha!
The sentiments in “No Type (4 Life)” are significantly more positive then “Anus” however, despite J’s aside about “[liking] my Magnums tight.” As they do on many contemporary ICP songs, the group stays focused on the importance of family, discounting detractors, and having a positive time at an ICP show: “Everyone unites/No one ever fights” takes the place of Jxmmi’s original “Push-start the whip/Brought it straight to life.” Listen and watch the video, which features ICP rapping in the streets or on skyscrapers in various major American cities, below.
It may have been loosed on the world on April 1st, but nothing about it appears to be in jest.
It's dinner time, we're hearin' grace from your mother I pull a 40 out and pour some for your little brother I'm standing staring at your sister, I'll tell you this You know for only 13 she got some big tits!
After that, your dad would try to jump again And only this time I'd put the 40 to his chin!