OBSCURE DANCEHAL SONG OF THE DAY: RED RAT ft DPP – HOT GAL HOLIDAY   1 comment

RED RAT ft DPP – HOT GAL HOLIDAY (zshare)

Yes, we still want to talk about obscure dancehall tracks because someone needs to. Would it be right to leave such a triumphant song as this in the dustbin of history? NO! It would be wrong. The future needs to know about this song. Your children’s children’s children, as they wipe the dust off the majestic ruins of the internet will uncover this song which they will take with them on their trip to the mysterious planet of Pandora where they fight blue people. Red Rat may not be understood now. He may not be understood in 50 years. One day however, in the Hover Museum of Dancehall Arts, this song will be the main attraction. It will be up there with the dancehall Mona Lisa and the dancehall The Thinker. Red Rat will be the dancehall Leonardo Da Vinci and they will make a book called “The Red Rat Code”. Dancehall. It’s called Hot Gal Holiday. Everyone wants to be on a hot gal holiday. Let us consider some video evidence of Red Rat’s genius:

That one was ok. But not more than that.

Even though Stevie Wonder is not dead, he still dug a grave so he could roll around in it.

Ha! Like Red Rat is the dancehall artist to reach out to the heartland of America. Well…actually, he is. That’s enough of fucking Red Rat. He’s the worst.

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One response to “OBSCURE DANCEHAL SONG OF THE DAY: RED RAT ft DPP – HOT GAL HOLIDAY

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  1. All I could picture while reading that was a Red Rat floating preserved head on Futurama…

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