As Election Day inches closer and the presidential candidates take center stage, rappers and musicians have created songs in support of their choices. While most rappers, such as Nas, Jay-Z and Young Jeezy, publicly endorsing Barack Obama via song, one rapper had created an ode to possible Republican Vice President, Sarah Palin.
John Brown, known for his appearance on egoTrip’s “The (White) Rapper Show,” recently leaked a track and video titled “Sarah Palin (I Wanna Lay Pipe),” a hilarious song about his infatuation with the Alaskan Governor.
In the video for the new track, Brown (aka the King of the Burbz) follows a Sarah Palin look-a-like through a park where she is jogging, tackling her Secret Service protection, before serenading her on a park bench.
“Oh Sarah / You ain’t in your right mind / Paaallinn / But I wanna lay that pipe line / Sarahhh,” the white rapper croons on the chorus.
He later details fantasies of sealing the deal with the Sen. John McCain’s running mate.
“I heard you from Alaska, what you into NASCAR? Ever been with a rap star?” he asks. “I’d smash you / Right in your bed, right below deer head / tap that ass like beer keg,” Brown continues before breaking into the chorus.
The track is the first off an upcoming digital project Brown is releasing called King Of Da Burbz. At press time, there was no release date for the project. Additionally, the rapper is preparing the release of a new mixtape titled Burb Life.
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