Papoose crafts corporate rhymes in “Fortune 500”

He freestyles with the names of the US’ top brands.

Papoose has unveiled his latest musical experiment, “Fortune 500,” a freestyle about the US’ top brands.

In the self-recorded video, he stands in front of a poster with the US’ top brands. Pointing to each one and going in order, he raps about himself, his life and the world with a creative nod to each company.

Papoose has always been clever in his rhymes, but this is particularly impressive. “Thieves obey they thirst like Sprite, know I got the hammer,” he raps. “I was gambling in Las Vegas at the Tropicana / They fall like Dominos when I pop those shells / I’m universal, my name rings Taco Bells.”

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