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Arlington Rap Guy Makes Skins Video


The Arlington Rap became something of a summer sensation, copping well over 800,000 views and even more blog posts. The creator--McLean-bred Remy Munasifi--turns out also to be something of a Redskins fan, and hence, Redskins: The Rap, debuting this weekend on Comcast SportsyNet. You can read more about Remy here and here and on 863,245 other blog posts, and you can check out the full video, above. a trailer of his Skins work, above.

By Dan Steinberg  |  September 15, 2009; 10:09 AM ET
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Remy also did a spoof off the "Hockey Song" for the Caps a few years back.

Posted by: jmuandy | September 15, 2009 11:13 AM | Report abuse

Thanks for posting this up Dan!

Posted by: Bagher | September 15, 2009 11:40 AM | Report abuse

that guy does some amazing work... "I'ma be Matt Turk!" very nice!

Posted by: trolly_time | September 15, 2009 2:01 PM | Report abuse

Forget the Skins. This is still baseball season. Speaking of Arlington:

Monday, Sept. 21 7pm
Author Event: "The Dickson Baseball Dictionary"/"The Unwritten Rules of Baseball" by Paul Dickson
Arlington Central Library Auditorium
The prolific Paul Dickson, author of 54 books, discusses his recent definitive titles, "The Dickson Baseball Dictionary (Third Edition)" and "The Unwritten Rules of Baseball." Dickson has also written such landmark titles as "Baseball's Greatest Quotations" and "The Joy of Keeping Score."
Come for some "Baseballese: The overall language of baseball, comprising of official terminology, slang and jargon."

Monday, Sept. 28 7pm
Author Event: "Heart of the Game" by Sports Illustrated senior writer S.L. Price
Arlington Central Library Auditorium
Sports Illustrated senior writer S.L. Price discusses his celebrated new book "Heart of the Game: Life, Death, and Mercy in Minor League America."
In July 2007, longtime minor league baseball standout Mike Coolbaugh was killed by a foul ball shortly after transitioning into his first coaching job. Price examines the lives of Coolbaugh and Tino Sanchez Jr., the man who hit the ball, to create a definitive portrait of professional and personal dedication.

Posted by: UrbanShocker | September 15, 2009 4:13 PM | Report abuse

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