Charlotte Hornets’ Perform Nursery Rhymes Over Trap Beats
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If you ever wondered how the nursery rhymes of ‘Llama Llama Red Pajama’ would sound being performed by Dwight Howard and members of the Charlotte Hornets over a trap beat, now you know!
If you are a fan of this sound, you might actually think this sounds decent. If you are an old school head that grew up in the Golden Age of Hip-Hop during the 90s, then you will probably think Frank Kaminsky over these type of beats sounds just as good and/or bad as most current rap music being put out by artists like Migos.
Speaking of Migos, here they are on Power 106 performing ‘Llama Llama Red Pajama.’
And here’s Ludacris with, in my opinion, the best version of Anna Dewdney’s children book.
BONUS: DWIGHT HOWARD
Fans of Dwight Howard during his Orlando days might remember when he put out a “rap cover album” for kids.