Wake up, have some coffee, put on some nice clothes, and do what you love. (Via Abroath.)
Although Mr. Ischi does not originally hail from the Alps, his delicious yodeling subverts all international boundaries. The inclusion of hip-hop beats furthers his relevance in today’s burgeoning yodeling sub-genre and is a bold statement that one can neither ignore or refute.
This video has over 34,000 views, so it’s already too popular for Pitchfork.
Oh, no, I’m sorry, you only get a B-. You forgot both an “I” statement about your personal life, and did not use any direct comparisons to other musicians.
I hadn’t had my coffee yet, but yes. Spot on!
When they took us to the top for some extreme yodeling, I hope y’all held onto your butts.
Autotune chicken-yodeling? I fear that this renewed union of the Axis powers may have even more devastating consequences than its predecessor.
He’s about to takeo-ver the music world.
That was just a very poor-ltry attempt at yodeling.
The auto-tuned, to-the-beat chicken clucks between the verses and choruses are really, pretty much the best. And that’s great news, because it means we can all stop trying. The pinnacle has been reached.
It would seem that he’s been doing this for as long as I’ve been alive?
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