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Everything Is Boring and Everyone Is a F---ing Liar

by Spank Rock

Everything Is Boring and Everyone Is a F---ing Liar by Spank Rock

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Everything Is Boring and Everyone Is a F---ing Liar

by Spank Rock

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Label: Bad Blood Records
"Turn that weak sh*t off," MC Spank Rock growls on Everything Is Boring and Everyone Is a F---ing Liar. It's been five years since his debut album, and the B-More party rocker sounds angry and focused. He's still an unconventional rapper, but his flows have improved sharply, and he no longer floats off-beat. And he still makes killer booty bass like "Hot Potato" (which samples from the Cocteau Twins' "Wax and Wane"), "Nasty" (with New Orleans bounce queen Big Freedia) and "Car Song" (with an audibly inspired Santigold). As he says, "Another night, another freaky situation."

About This Album

"Turn that weak sh*t off," MC Spank Rock growls on Everything Is Boring and Everyone Is a F---ing Liar. It's been five years since his debut album, and the B-More party rocker sounds angry and focused. He's still an unconventional rapper, but his flows have improved sharply, and he no longer floats off-beat. And he still makes killer booty bass like "Hot Potato" (which samples from the Cocteau Twins' "Wax and Wane"), "Nasty" (with New Orleans bounce queen Big Freedia) and "Car Song" (with an audibly inspired Santigold). As he says, "Another night, another freaky situation."

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About This Album

"Turn that weak sh*t off," MC Spank Rock growls on Everything Is Boring and Everyone Is a F---ing Liar. It's been five years since his debut album, and the B-More party rocker sounds angry and focused. He's still an unconventional rapper, but his flows have improved sharply, and he no longer floats off-beat. And he still makes killer booty bass like "Hot Potato" (which samples from the Cocteau Twins' "Wax and Wane"), "Nasty" (with New Orleans bounce queen Big Freedia) and "Car Song" (with an audibly inspired Santigold). As he says, "Another night, another freaky situation."