I agree. It sounded very odd.
Cork won didn't they!
I thought it was interesting, didn't know anything about Irish rap before this. Good to see their trying not to sound American too.
Some of it was cringe worthy, sure at least there doing something positive. Thought the young one was pretty good. Speaking in a Cork accent is wrong.
Funniest thing I've seen in ages. Lines do not get better than
"I'm hungrier than Bobby Sands"
"When she winked at me, I knew that she was into me. I entered with intensity, with every single inch of me".
Highlight for me was when your man got turfed out by his mother and went rapping the next night...."I'm not moving out"
Interesting enough show all the same, though it's amazing how every rapper seemed to use 'metaphorical' and/or 'systematic' in every song
Tryna figure out now which one was funnier
The travellin knuckles or the three rappin gurriers
A beer guzzlin thirty something who should be a grafter
Or a petrol handed monkey king askin for the canned laughter
Peace out. Know'i'm sayyyyyin. Troll MC up in this piece
More like Vanilla Ice
A couple of them were not terrible, mainly yer man Siyo or whatever he was calling himself.
That blonde yoke from Finglas, the scene with her rapping about Finglas while the oul wan gawps at her like she had three heads was gold. As was the scenes where she was in the club and this yoke in a purple dress was 'dancing' in the most comical manner I have ever seen.
The show needed more M.C. Sniffy imo....
they wouldn't want to rap that in Belfast..might be taken the wrong way, could end up with sore knees
Its not meant to be taken as a joke or to be poking fun at bobby sands. Its a patriotic song that mentions a lot of irish history. Heres the full track
Its impossible to take anyone with a Cork accent seriously doing anything in fairness
Exactly. It sounded like a joke. The thing is, when there's no budget for making animated cartoons, you need some live-action cartoon characters to brighten up your lives. Those lads have pulled it off quite well.
Lads....was our rap legend Spiral on the program?