An Interpretive Dance For My Boss Set To Kanye West's Gone
Yes, that"Gone" — the Late Registration standout and one of Kanye's most ear-catching verses to the casual fan (the Anakin/Jennifer Aniston line will do it).
So why is this gem from '05 hitting the Billboard charts today? At #18, nonetheless?
Well, it's because of a new viral video: a creative, minute and a half closed-caption f**k you bossman piece — all set to "Gone".
The video, a gem in of itself, grew popular because everyone dreams of telling off their boss and quitting in an extravagant matter like this. This woman did just that, while dancing around the office, and set it to one of Kanye's best songs. I'm sure he, Cam, and Cons are all thanking her today — and given 'Ye's ability to laugh at himself, on display at times during last night's interview with Kimmel, I'm sure he's also having a laugh at the video above.
Cam drops a final peak into his mixtape Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1, which drops tomorrow. This track, "Come And Talk To Me," samples Jodeci's '91 hit of the same name and shows off a more sentimental side of the Dipset MC.
Here's perhaps the oddest sample of 2013: the theme song to NBC's "The Golden Girls", Cynthia Fee's "Thank You For Being A Friend". Killa Cam goes off that to spit some thanks to peers over the years. Not bad, but unless you're a big Cam'ron fan or a fan of "The Golden Girls" *looks around* then not sure if this'll stick in your rotation.