Note: There are a few references made in this article and they are starred so as to not confuse you,
You can usually tell a person’s age depending on the Batman theme song they identify with the most. The tunes may have altered throughout the years, but the spirit of them is still the same. You could be at at your daughter’s recital, or giving a presentation to your boss, when that Batman ringtone goes off, people smile. Rejoice in the sound of the Bat, and let us know which ones you liked the best.
The chanting seemed to come from nowhere as the lights dimmed at the Summit Music Hall Wednesday, July 9th. “DFTBA!
Song: “We Pop” Artist: RZA Ft. Division & Ol’ Dirty Bastard Album: Birth of a Prince (2003) Lyric: “I cock arm, pass
Song: “Bring It On” Artist: Organized Konfusion Album: Stress: The Extinction Agenda (1994) Lyric: “Rippin shit up at prime time, I’m Optimus Prime-time
Album Specs Tracks/Length: 16 tracks, 61 minutes Notable Guest Appearances: Birdy, Ed Sheeran Album Genre/Tone: Soundtrack to the film. Think Summer love, loss, and
Song: “Whut Part of the Game” Artist: Ras Kass (featured on Killah Priest’s song) Album: View from Masada (2000) Lyric: “I’m live evil,
Song: “Distractions” Artist: Talib Kweli Album: Prisoners of Conscious (2013) Lyric: “How you keeping up with my rapping?/ You barely keeping up with Kardashians/You
Song: “Killin Em” Artist: Jean Grae and Pharoahe Monch Album: Cookies or Comas (2011 mixtape), free download here Lyric: “Generally-accused mutant who kills
Song: “Dark and Twisted” Artist: Laws Album: (Non Album Freestyle) Lyric: “Can we get much higher? So high oh/Doomsday-Doomsday went and killed