Have you heard Brian Wilson’s manic, collaged rap? The song, from way back in 1989, is called “Smart Girls,” and included Dr. Eugene Landy as the hype man and co-producer. (It was part of the appropriately titled Sweet Insanity album.) The other producer’s Matt Dike, who was a member of the Dust Brothers, and worked on Paul’s Boutique. Take a listen over at WFMU’s blog. Maybe it’s just us, but Wilson’s old-school flow has a decidedly different swing to it … maybe more of a shuffle? It’s the stuff Kennedy Center awards are made of.