Paul and Snoop...Dr Dre in Wilson benefit.

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Paul and Snoop...Dr Dre in Wilson benefit.

Postby Chris Speers » Mon Sep 16, 2002 11:12 pm

How about Paul Mac and Snoop dog...We know Snoop's love for marijuana. And we know how much Paul loves his dope. Paul could collaborate some tasty bass licks to Snoop's new love ode to the "Chronic". Can you picture the video Sir Paul McCartney riding around in Snoop's Caddy convertible dressed up like an old G (gangster) pointin' all the honeys and giving the thumbs up to his peps in Compton and East LA. I can especially picture McCartney giving his classic Beatle Paul wink and thumbs up as Snoop poses gang signs to his homeys. Maybe, we can get Bob Giraldi to direct nad have some Japanese custom officials re-enact the classic bust circa 1980. In the video, we can see Snoop, Paul and that Indian from the 70's commercials (the one who cried when the trash came from the cars) shed a tear as all the good dope gets rounded up by Japanses officials as they led Snoop, Paul, and the Indian into the lock-up in Narita airport.

I think it's important that Paul get some of that street credibility that he used to have before he made "Mary had a little Lamb" and "Warm and Beautiful".. Maybe, it could be the new theme for the video of "Rinse the raindrops" or something.
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Paul and Snoop...Dr Dre in Wilson benefit.

Postby Chris Speers » Mon Sep 16, 2002 11:12 pm

How about Paul Mac and Snoop dog...We know Snoop's love for marijuana. And we know how much Paul loves his dope. Paul could collaborate some tasty bass licks to Snoop's new love ode to the "Chronic". Can you picture the video Sir Paul McCartney riding around in Snoop's Caddy convertible dressed up like an old G (gangster) pointin' all the honeys and giving the thumbs up to his peps in Compton and East LA. I can especially picture McCartney giving his classic Beatle Paul wink and thumbs up as Snoop poses gang signs to his homeys. Maybe, we can get Bob Giraldi to direct nad have some Japanese custom officials re-enact the classic bust circa 1980. In the video, we can see Snoop, Paul and that Indian from the 70's commercials (the one who cried when the trash came from the cars) shed a tear as all the good dope gets rounded up by Japanses officials as they led Snoop, Paul, and the Indian into the lock-up in Narita airport.

I think it's important that Paul get some of that street credibility that he used to have before he made "Mary had a little Lamb" and "Warm and Beautiful".. Maybe, it could be the new theme for the video of "Rinse the raindrops" or something.
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Postby Steve-o » Tue Sep 17, 2002 3:42 pm

Chris--Me thinks you have caught the "reefer madness" your own self.[:D]
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Postby megs » Tue Sep 17, 2002 6:28 pm

yeah um macca and some black rap guy dont really go 2-gether well[8)]
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Postby Mike » Tue Sep 17, 2002 9:53 pm

I can't picture this at all as I've never listen to Snoop. All I know is he's a rapper and didn't he shoot someone or something like that.

Paul's got too much talent and too good vocals to waiste talking through an album of songs. You won't see Paul do a rap album and if he does, I ain't buyin it man.
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Postby Brains » Wed Sep 18, 2002 4:53 am

Guys I believe Chris was kidding...

I think I actually would buy a rap album by Paul. And playing it a hundred times I think I'd eventually even start liking it[B)]. But I hope he'll never do this.

Anyone heard "Muzik" by a rapper named Knoc'turn'al? He uses a sample from Old Siam, Sir in the song. Can't really say I like it.
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Postby Liam OSM » Wed Sep 18, 2002 6:51 am

Brains, I hope you're right about Chris! All this modern rap stuff - rap? Put a c in front of it, and you're there, albeit understating the case!
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Postby Chris Speers » Wed Sep 18, 2002 7:50 am

Paul's impact on hip-hop is huge. You know the TLC song "Waterfalls" - Tell me that Macca doesn't deserve a royalty payments. The song by TLC is very similar to Waterfalls off Macca II. Listen to it and you'll know what i mean.

Macca should be given a NAACP image award for his coolness about black R and B. He pays homage to the real pioneers of music. Souvenier is one of the best songs on Flaming Pie and should be done live!! DAMN
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Postby Liam OSM » Wed Sep 18, 2002 8:32 am

Waterfalls . . . hmm. I remember hearing it when it came out, but I don't think it was all that similar. I did notice the title thing when I got Wingspan, I saw a song called Waterfalls, and I remembered the TLC song. But I don't think it bears much relation.
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Postby young boy » Wed Sep 18, 2002 8:53 am

both of the songs -- Maccas and TLC -- are great, i remember, TLC's hit was on of my favorites in 1996 when it came out.
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