and, of course, my new true burning love, the instrumental of this Just Blaze blazer.
Tons more important than What will you name your first-born child? the implications of this decision are far-reaching and could result in my peers mocking me.
“Ha Ha” instro
RZA Can’t Stop Me, which is a crisp, cleaned-up version of the Whatnauts.
Stones Monkey Man bassline.
If you had a stadium-pumping song for when you stepped up to the plate, what would it be? Tell us in the comments below. We put together our own NPR nine-song starting lineup to get you started.
Motorhead’s Ace of Spades is unquestionably dope. Monch’s Simon Says.
Cali Hills instro. I need this like the air I breathe.
The Gap Band – “Outstanding.” Underused adjective for an attractive lady. Handclaps. All the ’90s babies would think it was that Soul For Real song.
I’d need something involving counting, bass, melody, a BPM conducive to walking slowly and purposefully up the the plate, and a deeper–perhaps clever or cheeky–meaning. This means the “Fall in Love” instrumental. This would make the crowd sad, though, because of the Dilla pathos.
Superman Lover, which, even though is about a dude, doesn’t matter because, you see, I transcend gender. Also, Ghosty.
Mercy De La