Today's Redskins Hip Hop Clips
I love how a commenter wondered whether I asked the D.C. United guys about soccer at all yesterday. Answer: No. (Although I did hear Ben Olsen express his strong and continued concerns about MLS's salary structure and overall health. "In 10 years has it gotten better? I don't know," he said, in response to a real question, not asked by me.)
But you don't need me for that. You need me to post video clips of Brandon Lloyd dropping "Osama" and "Pat Tillman" lyrics into a rap show last year. Great production values, by the way. Love the flashing lights.
I've also, I suppose, been remiss in not posting the final cut of the Moss Man video. DJ Kevis, Santana's cousin and the brains behind the operation, e-mailed me a while back noting that I had previously posted an old version of the video, and that the final cut featured "never before seen footage of tana @ the House." That would be during the minute-plus introduction, in which we see 'Tana washing his hands and checking out the fridge, as if the Redskins' offense didn't already have enough cooks in the kitchen. But since DJ Kevis was good enough to write, I'll post that too. Like I said, it takes about a minute before things get good.
September 28, 2006; 10:29 AM ET
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