Party Pupils – Pony

Party Pupils is at it again with a rework of Ginuwine’s classic “Pony”. A few weeks after dropping their fantastic remix of Outkast’s “Ms. Jackson”, the Los Angeles duo is back with their second release. This track sports tasteful synth stabs, occasionally pitch-shifted vocals, and a bassline bouncy enough to keep you dancing throughout. With this track, the group puts their own spin on another R&B classic – I can’t wait to hear these guys’ original work.

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Messaging Ginuwine Lyrics To Girls On Tinder: A Valentine’s Day Experiment

Valentine’s Day is a fickle beast. On one hand, it’s an opportunity to spend time with the one you love, an opportunity to show that person how deeply you care for him or her and just how much he or she means to you. On the other hand, it’s a fictional, unnecessary, overpriced piece of garbage concocted by Corporate America to sell cards and chocolates. In case you were wondering, I am single.

Luckily, my aggressive abstinence has hopefully been converted into humor for you guys. I, like most 20 year olds in 2014, have a Tinder account. Tinder is the perfect place to just throw things out there and see what happens: there is very little ready information about you, and the probability of an IRL encounter with any of those people is slim to none. Therefore, I decided to throw caution to the wind and open conversation with my matches using Ginuwine lyrics. The following images are the result of my endeavor.

Believe it or not, I do have friends. And many of those friends are friends with some of these girls. So there is a chance greater than zero that I irreparably damaged my reputation in some circles here. And that’s fine, I guess. I’ll get back to you guys on that one.

Also HUGE shoutout to Eric for putting together the artwork at such short notice. Throw him some props.



Ginuwine, Attempt 1

This was probably my favorite interaction, as well as my favorite lyric to use (the opening lines of “So Anxious”). Right from the get-go you can see that she feels very strongly that Ginuwine is not her type, and even uses some vernacular that I haven’t been familiar with since middle school. Maybe she’s more of an Usher girl.



Ginuwine, Attempt 2

This one was a blow to the ego. The lyric (from “None Of Ur Friends Business”) isn’t even that inappropriate, I basically asked her out on a date, although I guess no one has said “grab a bite” since Friends was still on the air so that probably wasn’t very clear. Also not sure how I feel about the use of “LOL” rather than “lol.” On the one hand, “LOL” seems to convey genuine laughing, but on the other “lol” is v condescending. I’ll call it a wash.




Ginuwine, Attempt 3

I didn’t really take any issue with this response to the hook from “Stingy,” to be honest. It wasn’t condescending really, and it didn’t really come after me at all. I just think it’s grounded in ignorance. I mean, say there is something I should get checked out. Anything detrimental can be healed with a healthy dose of Ginuwine, and if I’m sending you Ginuwine lyrics on Tinder then obviously I’m getting my daily allowance of G. I don’t get it. (Also, Tinder, I’ve obviously said hello already. I’ve gone above and beyond that. Get it together.)




Ginuwine, Attempt 4

(That’s the point.)



Ginuwine, Success.

WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER. I probably should have asked her to be my Valentine, to be honest.

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Listen to 3 New Remixes by Trippy Turtle

New Trippy Turtle!

I introduced you guys to Trippy Turtle about a month ago, and we still don’t know who he/she is. Although now I’m thinking the “Jersey Club” producer is an alter ego of Cashmere Cat because of the similar name, his early support of Trippy, and Cashmere’s signature “squeaking bed” noise making an appearance on a few of these remixes. But really who knows? I could be wrong, and that doesn’t actually matter because these songs are all JAMS.

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