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More Fenty hip-hop -- this time, a DJ Khaled tribute

For your weekend enjoyment: Another Adrian Fenty-themed hip-hop/go-go fusion track.

This one's a Junkyard joint called "Fenty Win 2010" -- based on DJ Khaled's "All I Do Is Win." Like the other three tracks, this one comes courtesy of Ron Moten and producer Troy Williams of Pressplay Studio.











Gotta say, though, the lyrical skill on display here is not up to the high standard set on "I Got 5 for Fenty" and "U Fenty, Huh?" Check these subpar rhymes: "I'm-a keep a clean like I'm spittin' out some soap/ Fenty got us covered like his campaign a coat" and "The mayor keep player No. 1 / 'Cause all he do, all he do is get work done."

Perhaps the catchiest part: Big G's chorus of "Fenty signs up/ Gray signs down." (I'm sure Ward 4 resident Keith Jarrell could appreciate that.)

As Tim Craig and Nikita Stewart note over at D.C. Wire, District residents of all political affiliations will have a chance to address their political go-go jones this weekend.

By Mike DeBonis  |  August 13, 2010; 5:34 PM ET
Categories:  Adrian Fenty , DCision 2010 , The District  
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Comments

Newsflash

LooseLips OF CITY PAPER has posted a story regarding Fenty trying to find money to pay Ron MoTEN $400,000 for work PERFORMED.

CHECK IT OUT. A STORY YOU WILL NOT SEE IN THE POST.

Posted by: bnew100 | August 13, 2010 7:42 PM | Report abuse

bnew100,

First, before I adress that note. I want to note something. You Barry/gray supporters don't get mad about "what" Fenty does (otherwise, Gray wouldn't play copy-cat on issues.0 You get upset at "who" makes it happen. You don't have issue with what Fenty does. You just don't like that Fenty is the one that did it. That is called being a "hater."

You don't get mad that young black professional get work that they seem underqualified for. It was cool with Emmanueal Bailey. He is an up and coming savy businesman.

But it is a crime of the highest order for Fenty's young Black professional associates (college/grad school educated lawyers and engineers) to become successful in the district.

Your hypocracy knows no bounds. But back to this non-sense.

That isn't a story. That is a gossip. Something the Gray campaign relys on very heavily. Self-serving, unsubtanitiated rumors spread to make Fenty look bad.

Others include; He beats his wife, he keeps his kids locked in the basement. Fenty is really a shape-shifting alien from another world.

Washington post should be ashamed for not printing every wild-eyed character assassination attempt?

But, God forbid that the city actually owes the money. God forbid that peaceoholic might actually do valuable work. That people are lookinng to get paid for work that the city committed to pay. In that case, it is Fenty's duty to make sure that they "don't" get paid. Right?

What value does peaceoholics bring anyway? What value is there to preventing kids from getting full-time jobs as Gang employeed assassins/drug dealers/stickup kids?

I mean, drive-bye don't happen anymore. Kids don't get mad and shoot up houses with automatic weapons. These kids will never break into a principle's house and kill him for his wallet. Their isn't a population of bored dangerous children in Ward 8. Those kids aren't already anticipating spending spending time in jail. Gang wars are over. They don't show them on HBO anymore. Right?

And, those are not automatic weapons you heard in the distance last night. Just go to sleep and vote for Gray. We will all have a group hug and everyting will be alright. He will make things as safe as they were in 1992.

Really, who does Fenty think he is investing tax payer money on worthless things like "PEACE".

Posted by: politicalrealist | August 15, 2010 11:25 AM | Report abuse

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