Around two years ago, Armando Allen and Jamoris Slaughter formed a rap group named D-Season, which allegedly stands for “Dinosaur Season”, to reflect the fact that they’re “eating everyone up in the rap game”. Sweet. Unfortunately, since both have since graduated, there is a power void in the Notre Dame rap game – a void which Cierre Wood, a.k.a. C-Dub, a featured rapper on some of D-season’s songs, is primed to fill now that he can’t play football.
Yes, this is a real thing. A Notre Dame football rap group. Check them 0ut:
Our favorite song – by far – is “White Friends”. Thats us!!!
ND women’s coach Muffet McGraw, one of the sport’s most dominant and respected coaches, received a monstrous 10-year contract extension earlier this month. In honor of Muffet’s success, we’re bringing back a video published last year by the ND Women’s players, who were apparently very excited to show off their expertise with the “special effects” buttons on their webcam. A couple concerns with this one:
1. Who sang the “ooooh” sample they use at the start? My guess: Devereaux Peters. [sidenote on the link: Skylar’s really got a set of pipes! What is she not good at? But Dev’s bit is just classic.]
2. Where is Skylar Diggins? Her absence is glaring, but luckily our girl Natalie Achonwa provides the star power this one needs to compete with “the Dougie” and our absolute favorite: “The Cat Daddy”
note: turn off HD so it doesn’t lag if your computer is slow
This song and dance is amazing. If you don’t believe me, 400 million of my friends on youtube would beg to differ.
Much to the dismay of my roommate and co-editor, I often go on song-binges, listening to the same song on repeat for weeks at a time. He suggested that I share my obsessions with everyone, so I will be posting them from time to time. Lucky for him it’s summer and we’re both back home, or he would unintentionally have the lyrics to this one memorized.
Warning: there are boobs in this video. [shoutout to Kimmy]