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Somebody Made An Entire G.I. Joe Themed Rap Album

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'Welcome to Cobra Island' is a 12-track rap album set in the G.I. Joe universe produced by rhymer Wordburglar (not to be confused with the Hamburglar, who steals hamburgers, or the Turdburglar, who secretly collects dingleberries). You can download the album for free HERE. I listened to a couple of the tracks and they really weren't that bad. Maybe not as hot as the raps I spit in the shower, but when you're rhyming naked in front of eight other dudes at the gym you bring your A-game.

Push the button for a shot of the track listing.

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Thanks to ÆŽxtnsvEnterprise, whose beats are so fresh they're still on their way to the market.

There are Comments.
  • CobraCommander

    AND THE 'RAP VIPER' VIDEO:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

  • Tabitha Bathory

    Toronto represent! It made me so proud to see this on here today.

  • Jeff_W1977

    A group called the Killaz (formerly the GI Joe Killaz) have done this for YEARS http://www.thekillaz.net/ They rap in the personas of Des (Destro), Stacy (The Baroness) and Billy (Cobra Commander's son). They have been doing this since forever.

  • GypsyDanger

    Jeff_W1977 is right though The GI Joe Killaz have been doing this forever, live shows are in full costume, it's wild. I saw them on MTV years ago

  • Figrin D'an

    Yeah, but the difference is that the Killas (formerly the GI Joe Killaz) kind of suck. Their production is weak and the raps are really not that good at all.

    Like night and day trying to compare them to Wordburglar.

  • GypsyDanger

    their production is weak?? hahaha their beats are produced by world famous techno producer tomas jirku. clearly the beats are too sophisticated for you

  • Jeff_W1977

    Des is not strong, but I really think Stacy is pretty good, and Eau De Cobra is hilarious.

  • GWGWGWGWGWGWGWGWGWGWGWGW

    I live under a rock in the back of a cave hidden by a waterfall

  • Jesse Starr

    It is on cobra island though, so that's something.

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