As if the recession needed any further satire? Anyway, Weird Al is back and after killin’ it with his last spoof, he’s coming after both our deflated purchasing power as a result of the weak economy and Clifford Joseph Harris Jr., better known as the rapper T.I.
It’s also interesting to note that this marks Weird Al’s first single written exclusively for the internet. The times are definitely changing, and it makes sense because Weird Al’s music in particular is well-suited for non-mainstream distribution.
Forget about the markets for 2 secs and enjoy this jam, there are actually some good tips on saving money in here. Isn’t that depressing?: