Joe Mande’s Best of 2012 (“top 10 rap songs I downloaded for free off the internet”)
Joe Mande is a comedian and writer. He’s been seen on Conan, Comedy Central, and VH1 Best Week Ever. He’s also a writer for Parks and Recreation, Delocated, and the upcoming Kroll Show. He’s also the brains behind the pitch-perfect project Look At This Fucking Hipster. When you’re as brilliantly hilarious as Joe Mande, it’s only a matter of time before you get sucked into Olde Man Los Angeles’ bosom and have to leave NYC, which is precisely what he did recently much to the dismay of many people who love him, myself included.
I have been an avid fan of Mande since he was knee-high to a grasshopper and getting his start in the NYC comedy scene. There was a time where it seemed like you could catch him on a stage somewhere in this city at least 9-10 times a week. It is his simplest flourishes that kill me the most; for example, his twitter feed is the best. Among other tweet-skillz, he has a knack for re-tweeting the absolutely vapid and pointless horse-shit that a celebrity’s pea-brain managed to fart out into cyberspace. And where else can you see a picture like this? I asked Joe for a Top Ten of 2012 list. The results, with accompanying YouTube videos, are below.
TOP TEN RAP SONGS I DOWNLOADED FOR FREE OFF THE INTERNET IN 2012 by JOE MANDE
For some reason, the only music I listened to this year came from free mixtapes I downloaded from Datpiff.com. Here are my ten favorite mixtape songs of 2012 (in no particular order):
Good Pussy in Chicago – Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire
Soup Boys – Heems, Wild Water Kingdom
Check Me Out – Young Dro, Ralph Lauren Reefa
Experimental – Big Sean ft. Juicy J & King Chip, Detroit
Mirrors – Curren$y ft. Smoke DZA, Cigarette Boats
Walking Lick – Gucci Mane ft. Waka Flocka, Trap Back
Town Business – Kool A.D. ft. MondreM.A.N., Trackademicks, Dope G, 51
Larry Bird – Riff Raff, Summer of Surf
BBQ Brisket – Meyhem Lauren ft. Action Bronson, Respect the Fly Shit
Pop That Remix – Lil Poopy, Coke Ain’t A Bad Word
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