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tony Tony TONY
- Updated: March 27, 2007
The following is from Yahoo news (incredibly shocking comments in bold and additional Hernia notes at the end):
French basketball star Tony Parker released his debut hip-hop album on Monday,
glorifying his lavish lifestyle in French.
Parker, 24, is a household name in France as one of the
country’s highest-earning sportsmen and its biggest basketball
star, but the softly spoken San Antonio Spurs guard has kept
his music skills firmly under wraps until now.
The album, "Tony Parker," features the captain of France’s
national team on vocals against a backdrop of hip-hop and
The first release off the album, Balance-toi (throw
yourself around) includes the lyrics: "What, you want to dance?
No, it’s not worth it. Me, I’ll stay on the sofa enjoying the
vibe by raising my arms."
Despite the flurry of understandable excitement surrounding the release of "Tony Parker," the true buzz on the street has been over the hidden tracks rumored to be on the album. They pretty much run the gamut and they include the following:
Mutombo’s "It’s Raining Cookies," Jeff Van Gundy’s "Backseat of my Civic," Don Nelson’s "Boozin’ & Bitches," Greg Ostertag’s "My Humps," Lawrence Frank’s cover of "Ridin’ Dirty," Mark Cuban’s "Frankenstein Flow-bee," Carlos Boozer’s "Straight Outta Anchorage," Olden Polynice’s "F*ck the (actual) Police," A.C. Green’s storied version of "Me So Horny," Terry Stotts’ "Who Am I?", "That’s Just my Baby Daddy" by every NBA groupie recorded live in Oakland Coliseum, an uncensored version of "Deez Nuts" by Scott Skiles, and "Ain’t nuthin but a Z thang" by Zydrunas Ilgauskas and Zendon Hamilton.