wholefoodsparkinglot.JPG
A country star had a minor hit a few years back with "Wal-Mart Parking Lot," a melodic recollection of making out on the hood of

"/>

"You're Right in Front of the Quinoa" and Other Typical Whole Foods Complaints in Rap Form

wholefoodsparkinglot.JPG
A country star had a minor hit a few years back with "Wal-Mart Parking Lot," a melodic recollection of making out on the hood of a Chevy and asking a blonde for her number. The song didn't make much of a splash in Seattle.

But now comes "Whole Foods Parking Lot," a hip-hop parody that ought to resonate locally. The Southern California production--which YouTube viewers have confidently predicted will "blow up"--chronicles the travails of a frustrated Whole Foods shopper. In rhyme.

The collaborators behind the video somehow managed to rhyme "brah" with "quinoa," and name-check Humboldt Fog.

After "slow-riding in his Prius," the white rapper finds himself " . . . in the inside, looking at my list/Organic chicken, kale salad, and a lemon twist/Some girl in yoga pants is looking at me funny/I'm just trying to find a decent Pinot Noir for under $20!"

Check it out here.

Follow Voracious on Facebook & Twitter. Follow me at @hannaraskin

 
comments powered by Disqus

Friends to Follow