McDonald's call for Hip-Hop endorsement has been answered

You may recall that McDonald's intends to pay for Big Mac product placement in Hip-Hop songs that air on the radio. Less than a week after this news hit the web, a group called the Gatbustaz released an over-the-top Hip-Hop parody called McGangsta (caution: explicit lyrics).

Now the song is slowly, virally, making its way across the blogosophere.

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AnonymousCoward's picture

A great fake R and B McDonald's video, check out:

Dabitch's picture

It was bound to happen.....

thatgirlismine's picture

Heh. It looks like Pitchfork has reviewed it.

Imagine the most cliched, stereotype-milking, and intelligence-insulting audio version of an R-rated "MadTV" skit possible, and you're close to "McGangsta".

aiiobo's picture

They are right about "cretinously funny". My sides hurt from laughing.