...and he's not scared to tell ya. Or so the chorus goes in his new single, "Faleyuh" (like "failure," not "Fallujah," the city in Iraq). You'll notice something funky going on with Pik's voice here; he calls it "chipmonking," for obvious reasons. No word yet on if Houston's "Chopped and Screwed" effect is shaking in its boots.
Anyway, here's the video: (Note to Dallas musicians: We'll pretty much post any music video you send us, providing it includes someone pretending to be Tyrone Biggums.)
And, for your downloading pleasure, the track itself:
(Thanks to Pikahsso.) -- Pete Freedman
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