Here we were all primed and amped to whip up # 39 in the Greatest Movie Scenes Ever series about how it's a pity that Christopher Reeve is dead because he could've cooled the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan down by freezing a section of the ocean and then dropping it groundwards onto it like he did in Superman III, which'd then lead into the Superman theme-sampling Kryptonite by Big Scoob, how it's a now-forgotten single which was a firm favourite with Flex and Westwood at the time, and how even though Scoob's Champagne On The Block is now his go-to joint of choice for most bloggaz N*ggaz Can't Hang is his masterpiece, but fate cockblocked us because the scene isn't on Youtube and we can't even use the Superman Returns scene where Brandon Routh lifts the Kryptonite infected chunk of landmass out of the ocean and thrusts it up into space as an alternative method to how Superman might be able to avert a nuclear crisis in Japan because ‘embedding is disabled by request’ on the godamn video.
So, literally all we have today is a gif of one Ma$on Betha dancing like a bare-arsed fart on a black leather couch on a humid summer's day in the Been Around The World video instead :
BONUS BEATS :
Sean Price - Don't Say Shit To Ruck (2001)
For some reason I always thought Don't Say Shit To Ruck sampled one of Superman movie themes until I heard its sample source being played at Obama's Tuscon memorial speech in january and someone remarked that it was actually Fanfare For The Common Man by Aaron Copland. We're not particularly fond of the common man here at The Martorialist, but we are marks for the way the Copland song was used to dramatic effect on Ruck's inaugural outing under the Sean Price moniker. Why didn't he put this or 60 Bar Dash on Monkey Barz instead of Fake Neptune?