The Top 25 Comedy Rap Songs Of All Time: Nos. 10-6
Welcome to the top 10 greatest comedy rap songs. Some real winners have gone before (see 25-21 here, 20-16 here, and 15-11 here), but now we're getting to the tunes that are absolutely necessary to have. Get ready for some sharks, clowns, prime disses, and most of all a sorely missed comedy legend. Coming in at No. 10 we have...
Rodney Dangerfield remains one of the most beloved icons of comedy ever, and he also managed to be an early MTV superstar with "Rappin' Rodney." The song features many of Dangerfield's most famous one-liners as he complains about the lack of respect he's getting. We miss you, Rodney.
Mighty Casey is another MC out of Brooklyn, and if there is anything New York knows it is superheroes. Since it looks like superhero movies will be dominating the box office for at least the next three summers, it amused us to hear someone pointing out that maybe, just maybe, these weirdos in finny costumes doing things the rest of us don't are actually just chemically altered psychotics. If they ever make a move out of Marvel's Ruins, or Garth Ennis's The Pro we hope "Crackhead Superhero" plays over the opening credits.