Rap Cat Gets Benefit of Doubt with Unnecessarily Deep Analysis

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A buddy at Deep Focus sent us this news about Rap Cat, demonstrable success that guerrilla advertising, performed properly (assuming Rap Cat was), unlocks the quality of loyalty and evangelism in the demo it's meant for.

We don't know about all that. And five pages on a video that we couldn't hang with past the first minute was five pages too many. We did think Rap Cat was a good way to showcase how vacuous mainstream rap is (and has been for awhile), and maybe it's commentary on the whole lolcat phenomenon too. Who knows.

All we know is we felt embarrassed watching it, and somewhat impatient, and a little aggravated, and after all that washed away we had a strong suspicion Rap Cat was intended to generate just those feelings. Because it sure wasn't funny.

(For the record, Deep Focus had zip to do with Rap Cat. The bling-sporting feline was the brainchild of Amalgamated, a wee NYC firm.)

by Angela Natividad    Jul-12-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Online, Spoofs, Strange, Video   

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What are you talking about, Rapcat is hilarious!

Posted by: Tim on July 12, 2007 10:04 AM

That's just retarted. Kinda like eating Cologne in pill form.

Posted by: Daniel on July 12, 2007 3:43 PM

That's just retarted. Kinda like eating Cologne in pill form.

Posted by: Daniel on July 12, 2007 3:45 PM





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