Just in case you’re wondering, I don’t hate you for exposing you to this bit of ear destruction. Chris White calls this the worst 5 minutes of music ever. It’s bad. Really bad.
(Daily Caller) Comedian and former TV show host Bill Nye “The Science Guy” collaborated on a new global warming-themed hip-hop song lecturing listeners about the evils of climate change skepticism.
Nye is featured in a new song by Canadian rapper Baba Brinkman that drones on for more than 5 minutes about why millennials, among others, should paint scarlet letters on so-called man made global warming skeptics.
The song, titled “The Beef,” hashes out a laundry list of grievances environmentalists and politicians level against people who strike skeptical positions against scientists who claim global warming is real and man-made.
It’s lyrics are a hodge-podge of words and spliced together sentences bemoaning how the skeptics’ views on global warming still get media attention despite politicians and celebrities best efforts to drown them out.
And here it is. Again, I do not hate you
I made it through the first 30 seconds. How’d you do?
The song itself (with it’s original title, considering how many others have used “What’s beef?”) is part of an album (snicker) entitled The Rap Guide to Climate Chaos, with “Twenty-four original tracks diving deep into the science and politics of climate change. A great gift for activists and climate deniers alike (effects may vary).” Hey, it’s only $15! Or, you can snag it with a torrent….oh, wait, no one has cared enough to bother.