Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) July 1, 2010
After hours of intense recording, world renowned New Zealand singer, Wing, and infamous Nerdcore artist, Rappy McRapperson, have finally completed their second musical project together. McRapperson announced the EP and debuted its title track, “Stop the Nonsense, Stop Smoking Crack” during a recent interview on the Kevin & Bean show. (KROQ, Los Angeles).
“Stop the Nonsense, Stop Smoking Crack” is a heartfelt and humorous wake up call to people suffering from addiction. The pair are hoping their song can make a positive impact and help heal the world of its many troubles. With this latest Ep all wrapped up, the pair have decided to keep up the momentum going and stay in the studio a bit longer. McRapperson will now be producing Wings’ new album, which should be available later this year.
Rappy’s quite excited about this new project, which is a highlight in what is becoming a banner year for him. Earlier this year McRapperson released, “For the Kids in Juvenile Detention,” with a bonus flash video for the title track. He also wrote & directed a video for the track, "Speedos and an Abraham Lincoln Hat".
When others might be looking forward to some downtime, McRapperson just won’t quit. And while he may only be the 3rd best rapper in the Lake Hills area, the Nerdcore community recently awarded him 2nd place in their annual tournament-style rap battle on RhymeTorrents.org. Rappy also makes a guest appearance on the new Emergency Pizza Party album “Shine,” on a track he wrote for them called “Orlando.” You can catch Rappy McRapperson in action next month at the Nerdapalooza festival in Florida.
With the release of her 1st CD, Wing’s unique musical stylings quickly propelled her into the spotlight and made her an international name. Shortly afterward, she guest starred with Sylvester Stallone on an episode of Comedy Central’s animated series, South Park. The beloved singer’s popularity has grown over the years as she continues her renditions of musical favorites bridging a spectrum of genres.
Rappy is the former music producer for the Captain Underpants series, as well as PBS's Emmy award-winning kids show, Biz Kid$. Though he is perhaps better known as the mastermind behind songs like, “Fanny Pack,” “Fish Sticks,” and “I’m a Gangster,” which has been in the top 50 comedy singles on iTunes for the last 20 weeks.
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Article by Alex Pearlstein