Found January 19, 2012 on
Two things about this:
1. If Kanye West and Jay-Z name a song “Niggas In Paris” and release it as a single for top 40 radio, I am not going to feel weird about typing “Niggas In Paris” on this blog. That’s the name of the song. Also, for like two months I thought people were talking about Joni Mitchell.
2. Fan songs are supposed to be bad. They’re supposed to be what you upload when you’ve downed too many Coors Lights and think it’d be funny to say “Fister” instead of “sister”. They’re for bragging about how your team is going to win the Super Bowl three games into the season and nothing bad could possibly happen.
Those things being said, this San Francisco 49ers fan song set to “Niggas In Paris” is really freaking good and manages to be both cleverly written AND time appropriate. They could’ve just done ‘Red And Yellow’ or whatever and been fine, but they put in an effort, and I appreciate it. An example, courtesy of Shutdown Corner‘s expert transcription skills
BEST OF MAXIM
Earlier this month rapper and social networking entertainment star Kanye West shared his vision for a dream design company that was composed of “architects, graphic designers, directors musicians, producers, AnRs, writers, publicist, social media experts…app guys, managers, car designers, clothing designers, DJs, video game designers, publishers, tech guys, lawyers, bankers,...
Here is another San Francisco 49ers anthem, "Niners in Paris" by Ashkon. Ashkon uses the popular Jay Z and Kanye West song "Niggas in Paris" as the instrumental for the track.
Throughout the years in the NFL, there have been a lot of songs written by excited fans about their playoff teams. This one is the best I've heard.
Presenting, by San Francisco rapper/entertainer Ashkon, "Niners in Paris."
It is, of course, a cover of a similarly-titled song by Kanye West and Jay-Z. Ashkon has made the track available for free here.
If the 49ers...
It's the greatest Canadian rap song since Snow's "Informer."
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