Another month, another new song for you to download for free courtesy the powerhouse hipster-hop duo of Theodore Beard and Coool Dundee, better known 'round these parts as Damaged Good$. It's kind of a beast of a song, too, featuring a beat from Rusko built around a sample of the theme music from the Nintendo Entertainment System's Bionic Commando. And the lyrics? Well, let's just say that it's a rare day when you can find a song that so easily reference's McDonalds' "I'm Loving It!" campaign, Teddy Ruxpin and Fleetwood Mac's "Rhiannon."
The release of this, the third in the band's free-release series of songs (go here to get earlier freebies "Dopest/Flyest" and "The Great Escape") comes with some good news/bad news: This is the final track the dup is releasing as part of its $pread Love/Not Germ$ campaign in support o its mixtape of the same name, which will drop next month--or February 14, to be exact. It won't be all we hear from DMG$ in 2010, though: The band plans on releasing an EP in the following months.
Anyway, enough, jibber-jabber. Hit the jump to check the track for yourself.
What is it the kids are saying these days? Ah, yes: Hate on, haters.
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