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  • red rum
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    Originally posted by TimmyT View Post
    Man, comedians releasing Hip-Hop albums has become quite the trend.
    First Billy Cosby, now John Witherspoon. I wonder who will be next.
    Katt Williams put an album out too.

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  • Skinny B
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    everytime i take a shit i always warn people not to go in there for, "35........45 minutes". this guy is my idol.

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  • TimmyT
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    Man, comedians releasing Hip-Hop albums has become quite the trend.

    First Billy Cosby, now John Witherspoon. I wonder who will be next.

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  • M-D-M-A
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    Originally posted by Mizfit_Monstar View Post
    As if we didn't have enough people bringing down hip hop.
    John Witherspoon is more hip hop than any rapper I can think of.

    Dont confuse pops with Cosby....

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  • The Un-American
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    Should be sweet. Half of rap is unintentional comedy so this should be cool. Don't Be Pussy Whipped sounds like a great title for a song to me.

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  • MC Fresh
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    comedy in hip hop

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  • No Fear
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    Actors putting out rap albums again.SMH

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  • The Illusive
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    yeeeahhh boi!

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  • Tone Riggz
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    not checking for this...he does a good job on The Boondocks though (and Wayans Bros. before that)...i was worried for a second, all i saw was "Comedian John Wither..." and i thought this was going to be a R.I.P. thread...

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  • C-J-Buck
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    LOL, i watched Friday yesterday

    "Dont go in the bathroom" LOL

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  • Pyromaniac6687
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    As long as he puts "My Love's Going Bang Bang Bang" on there ill be happy lol......yi ta deeee!

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  • Mizfit_Monstar
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    As if we didn't have enough people bringing down hip hop.

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  • July 9-Comedian John Witherspoon Releasing Hip-Hop Album



    Comedian John Witherspoon is readying the release of a new Hip-Hop/Comedy album titled 63 Cents.

    Witherspoon's rapping album will be available on iTunes soon and will be listed under both genres, the accomplished television and film actor told AllHipHop.com in a new interview.

    Featuring songs like “Don’t Nobody Go In The Bathroom,” and “Dance Now With Your Big Ole Ass,” Witherspoon takes credit for writing the majority of the lyrics on the new project.

    Also contributing to the album is the Detroit-born comedian’s brother Ron, who produced three tracks on 63 Cents and rapper Big K.



    Despite previous collaborations in movies and videos with Kid-N-Play, Ice Cube, Jay-Z and others, don’t expect any guest appearances or even a stellar performance, Witherspoon warns.

    “It’s just me,” Witherspoon told AllHipHop.com in a recent interview. “It may not be the best rappin’ in the world, but it’s funny as hell. Very entertaining.”

    Witherspoon will personally fund at least two videos from the new album, one for “Dance,” and the other for “Don’t Be P***y Whipped.”

    Perhaps best known for his turn as cantankerous patriarch Mr. Jones in the Friday trilogy, Witherspoon has appeared in several urban classics, including Boomerang, Hollywood Shuffle, House Party, I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, and The Five Heartbeats.

    He also has roles in cult classic Hip-Hop films like I Got The Hook Up and Soul Plane.

    His even lengthier television credits include appearances on TV shows like 227, Amen, Barnaby Jones, Good Times, What’s Happenin’, and of course his four year run on The Wayans Brothers as John “Pops” Williams.

    Most recently, Witherspoon voiced the character of Robert “Grandad” Freeman on Adult Swim’s popular series The Boondocks, based on the highly-acclaimed comic strip of the same name.

    “I relate to the younger people because those movies and TV shows kind of stop your aging,” Witherspoon said of his most recent body of work. “I’m still like a young person on those projects.”

    Witherspoon’s first hour-long stand up special, You Got To Coordinate, which premiered on Showtime in March, is currently available in DVD and CD format, as well as on iTunes.

    To read the full feature click here: http://allhiphop.com/stories/lifesty.../20230766.aspx
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