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You can't have too many Redskins remixes

September 12, 2011 - 01:30 PM
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A Redskins fan playing a vuvuzela. (Photo: Jay Westcott)

Last week saw the debut of "Who Want Some?" the week 1 Redskins remix from Mambo Sauce rapper, Black Boo, who has inherited the task of coming up with regular Skins parody songs to air on WPGC 95.5 FM.

Comedian Chris Paul, the current host of Redskins Late Night, and the man who invented the Redskins remix when he worked for WPGC, dropped his own track, to the tune of Kanye West and Jay-Z's "Otis," this weekend. (Download Chris Paul's "Otis" week 1 Redskins remix).

When I talked to Black Boo last year about taking over the job from Paul (radio personality/go-go artist Bootsy Vegas also did it for a stint after Paul left PGC's Donnie Simpson Morning Show in 2009), he said: "The great Chris Paul started it, and I think it raised everyone’s spirits when it was happening. Me being a listener, I used to get hyped for the games, [the remixes] really made me feel like were were gonna get out there and do something. I think it hyped everyone up."

Black Boo's Redskins remixes are played Friday mornings on The Big Tigger Morning Show on WPGC, and are uploaded to his YouTube channel after they air. 

Paul's remixes are played during his Redskins Late Night program, which airs on Saturday night/Sunday morning at 1:30 a.m. on NBC 4. The tracks are also available on the comedian's blog.

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