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.

Comments (7)
  1. jdubs  |   Posted on Dec 3rd, 2007 0

    woah, apparantly he likes hips and thighs and breasts.

  2. hhhhhhhhhhh  |   Posted on Dec 3rd, 2007 0

    hate to sound pretentious, but he looks just like Noah Lennox

  3. clamps  |   Posted on Dec 4th, 2007 0

    i’m doing that thing to my brain the early robocops did, right after he said, “brains are awesome, dude!”

  4. john  |   Posted on Dec 4th, 2007 0

    I cannot express with with words how bad this is. I simply can’t.

  5. mark  |   Posted on Dec 4th, 2007 0

    This is such old news. It’s even been posted on the net before. Why such a big fuss now? It’s more interesting that Wilson was just honored by the Kennedy Center this weekend.

  6. WOW!….If that had been released Brian would have given the Rappin’ Duke a REAL run for his money….Da Ha Da Ha…LOL

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