We screwed it for cheap, that's the re-up anthem
I had a re-up request for my old Coldplay remix, which, upon listening to this week, I've decided is one of the better things I've done. For those of you who weren't on board two years back when I first put this up, this is your history lesson.
And just so my long-suffering original fans have something new to listen to as well, I'll offer you an Asher Roth remix I made the other day.
Now, I don't quite get the Asher Roth thing. From the little I've heard, he just sounds like some garbage ass Crazy Town kind of frat boy rapper, only he missed the nu-metal train by about a decade. I can't hate on "I Love College" too much, because there's a limit on how awful a song built on a Weezer loop can be. As far as songs about how much of an awesome party tertiary education is, though Brad Paisley's "College" beats Roth's track hands down.
But despite my ambivalence for Roth as a rapper, XXL's Scratch blog posted up an a cappella of his song "The Reading" and asked for remixes, and I struggle to say no to any a cappella. So, check out my version of the Asher Roth track, and, as a special bonus, I've put up my instrumental. That way, if you can't deal with Roth's rhyming, you still get to appreciate all my hard work and production brilliance. And if there are rappers out there who want to freestyle over my beat, have at it, but make sure you send me the results. saturdayclubproductions [at] gmail.com, please.