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For some insane reason Priority records has given a couple Internet animators (a title that means less and less anymore) opportunity to animate another Rap music video. We finished the task of making a 3 1/2 minute animation of the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs as hustlers, pimps and players. Well, duh. It makes little sense and is awkwardly funny. In other words, it worked out great.

Kevin Swearingen
Killfrog.com creator (press in Rolling Stone Magazine, rated the 7th top Flash Entertainment site in the world according to the Nielson Net Ratings)

Rich Moyer (me)
Syndicated cartoonist for 5 years with Tribune Media Services, Bunnygrenade.com animator/creative director 2000-present, National Cartoonists Society Reuben nominee for New Media and Best one panel comic strip.

Priority Records
Our boss on this adventure and the record label for Ant Banks TWDY and MC Ren.

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Very catchy song. Better than any of today’s shitty excuses of “Hip Hop” music. (More like garbage). And an interesting take on The Three Little Pigs and fairytales in general.

An interesting take on The Three Little Pigs, love the song

I found this to be quite clever. I admit that I didn't really understand how it went from Humpty to the three little pigs, but it's still funny. It was pretty much a music video. I appreciate how good the animation is. Everything moves very well. The jolly green giant isn't quite a fairy tale character.

I guess he was meant to be like the giant from "Jack And The Beanstalk". This song isn't bad. It's certainly unpredictable. The colors are really nice. It holds up fairly well.

Dope flash.

Last time I watched this flash was about 2 years ago and I loved this shit, love the song too.

r u the one who put it on...


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4.12 / 5.00

Sep 7, 2002
4:57 PM EDT