In hip-hop, Jay-Z is God, and since he declared Auto-Tune dead, we've hoped that would put a swift end to the career of professional Auto-Tune abuser T-Pain. (I will never understand how a musical technique pioneered by Cher became "gangsta.") Dolphins majority owner Stephen Ross didn't get the message, and drafted to remake the Miami Dolphins fight song.
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Back in the day, football teams could rap all family-friendly-like without dipping into 7th Floor Crew debauchery. Unfortunately, this is only friendly for deaf families. Yes, it's a bunch of Fins players reworking MC Hammer's "U Can't Touch This." It's not quite "Super Bowl Shuffle"-bad musically, but the wardrobe is another matter.
Then, of course, there's Jimmy Buffett's entry into the genre.
The original Dolphins fight song, on which T-Pain's is based, doesn't come off any less cheesy.
I don't even know what this is or where it came from, but hopefully it stays there.
Here's a frustrated fan after the disastrous 2007 season.