ytcracker - hardcore nerd rap
January 29, 2005 9:15 AM   Subscribe

ytcracker - "if this is your first time to, allow me to thank you for coming here. i am the self-proclaimed king of true computer nerd rap. i represent the dirty nerdy south and digital gangsters worldwide. after conquering chess clubs across the globe, my mission has been to provide my fellow hackers, spammers, carders, and phreaks something to get down to."

I suggest f*ck antis about fighting the anti-spammers, drink more, post more about message board hijinks, and the instrumental techno tune, baby be my twisted pair.
posted by Argyle (12 comments total)
boy, the world's just been crying out for this.
posted by ticopelp at 9:39 AM on January 29, 2005

Real nerds are anti-spam, boyee.
posted by grimcity at 9:47 AM on January 29, 2005

MC Frontalot and Paul Barman use their own beats AND they got better flow. Oh yeah, and MC Chris. But it's still good to know about other nerd rappers.
posted by recursive at 9:55 AM on January 29, 2005

My backpack's got jets.
posted by Steve_at_Linnwood at 10:08 AM on January 29, 2005

Don't invoke the name of Paul Barman!

This is pretty dull, but I love the title "Drink More, Post More." Frontalot kicks this guy's ass.
posted by dougunderscorenelso at 10:44 AM on January 29, 2005

That "Drink More, Post More" stuff probably applies to me more than I'd like it to.

The internet is a lonely, lonely place.

[sad emoticon]
posted by Kleptophoria! at 10:55 AM on January 29, 2005

mcenroe seems fairly nerdy. Plus he's Canadian!
posted by yerfatma at 1:42 PM on January 29, 2005

The site design both sucks and blows.
posted by signal at 6:01 PM on January 29, 2005

yeah, I had to quickly delete these...nerdy or not they still suck.
posted by gren at 9:41 PM on January 29, 2005

recursive, MC Frontalot does WHAT now? Have you seen his sample credits?! The man even wrote a song about stealing JB drum breaks for his songs. And Fiona Apple. And Louis Prima, etc... Oh, AND he's now having all his beat work done by Badddd Spellah. Also, don't forget that Paul Barman has the more-than-legendary Prince Paul doing his production work for him, so it's hardly a fair comparison.

But I haven't listened to this guy. Not sure I want to, hearing all these negative reviews.
posted by shmegegge at 10:35 PM on January 29, 2005

And just because this headline that can't be repeated too much, the Guardian's Beware geeks bearing riffs.
posted by taz at 3:25 AM on January 30, 2005

Actually, some of this stuff is *good*! I scraped all his music (~700Mb) and gave it all a listen. The "Crazy 80's" mixes are not to be missed.
posted by slacy at 5:30 PM on January 30, 2005

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