Politickin' with John Brown
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Politickin' with John Brown

Los Angeles, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2008 | SELF | AFTRA

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF | AFTRA
Established on Jan, 2008
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"John Brown "Sarah Palin (I Wanna Lay Pipe)""

It took a few years, but John Brown, King of the Burbs, has finally come up with his second good idea.

In fact, this one might even be better than shouting hallelujah holler back after everything that he says. If you can imagine.

It's a song called "Sarah Palin (I Wanna Lay Pipe)," and not only is it hilarious, because it's a guy rapping about how he wants to fuck Sarah Palin (granted, if I was a rapper, I would have had this in the can a couple of weeks ago), but it's also pretty damn catchy. The chorus is downright infectious, as if it was the clap.

If any radio stations had the balls to play this, I could actually see this becoming somewhat of a hit. But you see what happened to the East Coast Avengers' "Kill Bill O'Reilly," i.e. not a whole lot, so who knows. At any rate, hopefully, this kicks off a trend. You know John Brown isn't the only rapper who's thought about dropping a hot, white load on those Tina Fey glasses of hers.

Let's hear it, fellas. Nhjic. - ByronCrawford


"Sarah Palin (I Wanna Lay Pipe)"

Thanks to John Brown for putting a beat behind what we've all been thinking! - Barely Political


"Video: John Brown – Sarah Palin (I Wanna Lay Pipe)"

Classic. - NahRight


Discography

Hallelujah Holla Back | Hosted by DJ Absolut & Dj Fingaz
King of Da Burbz | Hosted by Big Mike & DJ Fingaz
John Brown or Die
Suburban Empire | Hosted by Superstar Jay
Burbstrumentals Vol. 1
theBURBSLIFE.com | Hosted by DJ Woogie 
Burbs Life Music


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ABOUT JOHN BROWN

Rapper, producer, TV personality and conceptual creative, John Brown aka "King of da Burbz" gained national notoriety on VH1’s ego trip’s (White) Rapper Show. 

He has performed all over the world and his music has been featured in dozens of outlets including Complex, NahRight, WorldStarHipHop, HipHopDX, XXL and Funny or Die. In 2009, President Obama used his catchphrase “Hallelujah Holla Back“ during a Notre Dame commencement speech. His tongue-in-cheek ode, “Sarah Palin (I Wanna Lay Pipe)” was named one of Rolling Stone’s Top Songs in 2008.

As a conceptual creative, he has worked as a writer on international campaigns for brands such as NBA 2K, Nike, Heineken, SOL REPUBLIC, NOS Energy Drink, Jagermeister & KIND Snacks. He recently wrote a series of commercials for NBA 2K16 with Spike Lee. 

THE EVOLUTION OF "POLITICKIN' WITH JOHN BROWN"

Politickin’ with John Brown started in 2009 on Complex.com and was one of the first political columns from a hip-hop perspective. Over 100 articles deep, it broke down a range of timely subjects from John Brown’s unique analysis. 

With election season approaching, it's a perfect time to bring the spirit of this cultural op-ed back in an epic way. 

John Brown has reinvented the platform as a music-based performance segment - creating short timely songs that integrate news clips in the lyrics. The new Politickin' with John Brown campaign will kick off in early 2016.

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