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Posted at 10:14 AM ET, 02/23/2011

The Henry Sims election anthem

By Dan Steinberg


When Henry Sims announced he was running for Georgetown student body VP, I noted it. When he and his presidential running mate Jed Feiman came out with a campaign video, I noted it. So when fellow Hoyas big man Hollis Thompson made his hip-hop debut in yet another Feiman-Sims campaign video, I'm dang sure gonna note it.

Now, the primary artist in this tune is freshman Tate Tucker, an up-and-comer with some real musical chops. Thompson is a little bit rougher, to be kind. But still, this is Hollis Thompson rapping a campaign anthem for Henry Sims. That's solid.

By Dan Steinberg  | February 23, 2011; 10:14 AM ET
Categories:  College Basketball, Georgetown  
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Comments

Now that's what I call a crap song. lol They've got my vote fo sho!

Posted by: iubiquity | February 23, 2011 11:22 AM | Report abuse

That's bada**...Get down. Hoya Saxa baby!

Posted by: CHICO13 | February 23, 2011 2:18 PM | Report abuse

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