Female Vocalist & Band Perform 'Speakeasy Jazz Version' Of Coolio's 'Gangsta's Paradise'

March 12, 2015

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This is a video of Robyn Adele Anderson and the Postmodern Jukebox band performing a 1920's version of Coolio's 1995 hit 'Gangsta's Paradise'. It's almost hard to believe that almost 90 years later the quality of popular music is at an all time low. You know the kind of shit my little sister listens to? You know how many of her CD's I've broken? CD's -- what is this, the 90's? I don't even have a little sister. My point is this: stop listening to garbage. All good music falls into one of two categories: jazz, or Wu-Tang. I'm kidding, there's tons of good music out there, listen to whatever you want. Just not so loud everyone around you has to listen to it too. Remember: if you're one of the people who thinks they're on the cutting edge of good music and have better taste than all your friends, you're probably a jerk, and possibly a sociopath. Why no, as a matter of fact I haven't heard the latest from Cats F***ing Dogs. And you say you were into them and saw them on tour before they ever got signed?! Tell you what -- I'm going to go get a beer now and never come back.

Keep going for this video as well as Coolio's original because nostalgia.

Thanks to hairless, who, if you are a dog or a cat, are welcome over anytime.

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