It’s official! The winner of April Fools’ Day isn’t a celebrity, it’s Hamburger Helper. Yes, the easy-peasy dinner-in-a-box your mom used to make. They dropped a rap album called ‘Watch The Stove’, and the best part? It’s actually AMAZING! Check it out, right here.
Guys. Brace yourselves because you are about to witness the best April Fools’ prank EVER. Hamburger Helper dropped not just a song, but a full rap album about everything from meat to cheese to pasta. Not to mention, it’s actually really good and fans are freaking out about it! Listen for yourself and see the reactions, here.
When Hamburger Helper dropped an album, we were like “yeah okay, this will be dumb but funny.” We were wrong. It’s amazing. The mixtape is called Watch The Stove – an obvious play on Kanye West and Jay Z’s collab album Watch The Throne, and ever since it dropped they’ve been tweeting hilarious comments that fellow rappers are famous for, like “they don’t want us to succeed” and “all day.”
While the songs are all about food, named “Feed the Streets”, “Hamburger Helper”, “Crazy”, “Food For Your Soul” and our personal favorite “In Love With The Glove,” the beats and rhymes are actually shockingly catchy and witty. Like, we could party all weekend to this album, no joke.
According to The Daily Beast, this whole project was actually completed by a few students in the Hip-Hop Department of McNally-Smith College of Music in Minnesota. The students wrote, produced, rapped on and even made videos for the songs before taking them to Hamburger Helper. Thank goodness they were on board because this album needed to see the light of day.
Fans are losing their gosh darn minds over the fire rhymes, and they tweeted about it so much that the trend on Twitter hit number one.
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HollywoodLifers – what do you think of the hamburger rhymes? Sahre your thoughts with us.