Coastal Narnia Rap Battle Is On
Are these two West Coast Jews trying to cash in on the success of the now world-famous SNL short "Lazy Sunday," or are they some honest California rappers answering their East Coast counterparts in the only way they know how?
Mark Feuerstein and Adam Stein have officially responded to SNL's Parnell and Samberg duo, producing and releasing a not-as-funny short called the "Color Me Mine" rap, aka "Lazy Monday."
It's clever, but I think this one will suffer from the lack of "Double True" and "Droppin' Hamiltons" immortal type of lines. Also, it's a pretty transparent attempt at piggybacking in the search for fame (and Feuerstein was great in The West Wing, he's better than this).
I like Handstand the Edler's take: "Its definitely not as funny, but the concept of feuding fake rappers is hilarious." Truer words ne'er been spoken, Handstand.
Nonetheless, the NARNIA RAP BATTLE begins. Please, fellas, I ask you for the kids' sake, just let it be bloodless.
(Thanks to Slack loyalist MDS for the tip.)