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Rapple Pie: Yuri's Song

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May 12, 2012 | 6:45 PM EDT
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2.9 MB
2 min 34 sec
4.23 / 5.00

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Rated 4.23 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

MC Sean and MC Haft strike again.

Back from the smash failure of their intoxicated bomb diggity track, "Tiger Woods: A Touching Tribute," they have been invited into (by sneaking into) the music studio of their pal Yuri. They know he likes rap, so they took one of his beats and made it sexy rap music. Like, the kind Yuri likes. That kid also fucking loves apples. Well, he might. MC Sean saw him eat an apple once. Or a weird pear. Probably an apple.

Yuri interrupted our session at the end to tell us how good we did, but we had to quickly leave because someone wanted to give us some cereal or something.

Please hold all questions about our other work until after the Tiger Woods lawsuit is settled.

Thugg lyfe,

MC Haft & MC Sean

PS: Because I know you're wondering; yes, that is Celine Dion doing the singing. We're all best friends.



Rated 5 / 5 stars



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Made my day dude. Greatest Rap I've ever heard xDDDD Would you mind if I made a music video for this?

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sshafty1 responds:

Feel free, my fellow rap appreciator.

But you better make the rap big and nasty. And the apples really appley.

-MC Haft


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Insightful wordplay, rhythm and rhymes. Another groundbreaking track that will shatter worlds.

Tiger Woods will never forget the horrors unleashed upon his domain by 'Tiger Woods: A Touching Tribute'. Within a few months of the tracks release, his life got flipped turned upside down in Bel Air fashion and has still never fully recovered.

Much of the same could be said about 'Rapple Pie: Yuri's Song'. While many critics view this as a violent "rapcore diss track", the true intentions of MC Haft and MC Sean were much deeper. Gracefully they string together a ballad of the love Yuri (also the subject of many previous projects), has felt for apples and his almost exclusive passion for rap music. Even going so far as to state, "Not hip-hop! Hip-hop is for losers!" However music theorists around the globe have come to the consensus that this wasn't simply a sarcastic imitation of Yuri's love for rap and apples, but a harsh political commentary drawing heavily on metaphors to the 'Red Apple' and parallels seen between living in an American ghetto (often referenced in many hit rap songs) and satellite states in the Soviet Bloc (often referenced in many FOIA requests).

While conservative estimates say the extent of damage done to the subject in question, Yuri, has been minimal, some Russian focus groups have shown a sharp decline in percentage of Russians who would 'strongly consider endorsing a communist regime' and a massive increase in percentage of Russians who say they would 'strongly consider investing in Apple Incorporated'. Coincidence? It's entirely possible, however that's also what they said about Tiger Woods...

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MC Haft