• Album: Smarty Pants


    Yelling at Cats has released a new album over on Bandcamp, primarily focusing on rap.  I know a ton of you like the genre, and it's growing on me pretty heavily, so this is definitely one to check out!

    And because he's awesome, you can get it for free, but real bro's pay five bucks on bandcamp for it.

    20 comments:

    1. Not a big fan of rap, but I'll check it out.

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    2. I love Yelling at Cats, and this album is great. Glad EqD covered it

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    3. This is one of the best albums of all time.

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    4. i really dont like rap
      but ill have to see

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    5. Jesus, I feel like an idiot
      I looked at the Picture and went "holy crap, it's smartypants! Everyone must know!"
      Then I looked at some comments, and then the actual TITLE of the album

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    6. I´m not a big fan of Rap but I´m going to check it anyway.

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    7. I'm a hip-hop connoisseur who's notoriously unforgiving when it comes to judging rappers, and I'm here to tell ya'll this album is the REAL DEAL.

      YAC shows a truly impressive range of lyrical versatility on Smart Pants:

      Emo rap? check.

      Horrorcore rap? check.

      Country rap? check.

      Diss track? check.

      A song for THE LADIES? check.

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    8. Album is worth it for "My Name Is Twilight Sparkle" alone.

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    9. Loved this album Cats. Rep the bronies man.

      Screw the Hierarchy mate ;)

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    10. Man, I can't believe how awesome this album is. Hearts and Hooves is definitely one of my most favorite brony compositions to date.

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    11. As I knew "My Name Is (Twilight Sparkle)" from PMVs, I immediately bought the album. Shortly thereafter I discovered "Howdy Partner!" which is currently my favorite track on the album. I'm not going to go into more detail here, just buy the album, as all the tracks are great and each have something unique to offer. In short, this album has something for everybody. Great job Cats!

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