First Wiz Khalifa says “Black and Yellow,” and the Steelers go to the Superbowl. Then Lil Wayne says “Green and Yellow” to back the Packers. That’s Black and Yellow and Green—Jamaican colors. So here comes Chan Dizzy to represent for the yardcore.
WIZ KHALIFA “Black And Yellow”
Original Pittsburgh youth reppin’ the Taylor Gang and all Steelers fans.
LIL WAYNE “Green And Yellow”
Original New Orleans youth reppin’ Young Money and all Cheeseheads.
CHAN DIZZY “Shot A Leggo”
Original Kingston youth reppin Head Concussion and all (musical) top shotta.
Hip hop and football used to mean “The Super Bowl Shuffle,” but this year’s big game has a super lyrical fight songs from two heavyweight MCs. The Pittsburgh Steelers have been bumping Wiz Khalifa’s smash hit “Black and Yellow” all season, and you’ve got to love the way how hometown champ Wiz blew up worldwide off the very same tune. So when the Steelers won the AFC championship, it was only a matter of time before somebody put together a “Green And Yellow” answer tune to big up the Packers posse. At first that somebody was an obscure duo called Prophetic & Pizzle. Things got a little more interesting when Lil Wayne leaked a Cheesehead fight song of his own. (And though he makes clear that it’s not a diss song he kinda kills it with that line “Y’all Cheese Wiz.”) Wayne even popped up on ESPN talking all reckless about betting against Wiz and Snoop, and how the loser has to cut his hair (Has all that cheese gone to his head?!?) But don’t sleep on the youth called Chan Dizzy out of the Head Concussion camp. The DJ bust on the scene with “No Strange Face Round We” and followed up with “Hello Badmind.” Now comes with this ill refix taken from his new “Dizzyness” mixtape with Eccentrix Sound. He is not playing games of any type.