Friday, December 26, 2008

Kanye West Parody by Kevin Pereira

 

Kevin Pereira from G4 and Attack of The Show has done a parody of Kanye West’s excessive use of pitch auto-correction. Kevin explains, “Pitch auto-correction and a simple beat can make anything chart-worthy; even a freestyle about guacamole and expired milk.”

 

Reportedly, making the parody song "Kevye West: 808s & Expiration Dates (Guac Lockdown)" took fifteen minutes for the music, five minutes for the vocals, and the whole thing was created in GarageBand with standard built-in effects.

 



4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh! G*d D*mn that was funny! Now, THIS is how you speak out against the b*llsh*t. Aahhh!!! Hating on wackness creatively - in yo face KANYE (fart noises)!

Anonymous said...

This is hilarious! Even funnier that it took practically no time to make. Makes one wonder how long it took the "voice of this generation" (ie. pretentious a-hole)

jackyy said...

lol that was pretty funny. i still like kanye's music though :)

SteveDenver said...

He's cute. I'm sick of hearing Kanye West blow his horn about how he deserves awards and he's the voice of this generation. I don't think I've ever heard any of his songs; and if I did, I couldn't distinguish his sound from anyone else. Very funny -- "the milk is BAAAAAD" what a funny parody of the fake overblown emotion so popular today.