Juston McKinney raps about being a new dad, Comedy Central special premieres June 26

By | June 17, 2010 at 2:42 pm | One comment | Audio/Video, News | Tags: , ,

Just in time for Father’s Day (this Sunday) comedian Juston McKinney dropped a hot new track.

In more professional terms McKinney has made a great parody of Jay-Z’s “New York State Of Mind” by turning it into a song about being a new dad. Throughout the song, McKinney goes through the usual motions about how single guys have it better, but in the end the love for his kid shows through. After all, who wouldn’t love chasing their naked little son around the house trying to get clothes on him?

I’d like to dedicate this song to the wonderful Editor in Chief of Punchline Magazine, Dylan Gadino. His life is now likely similar to what’s depicted in McKinney’s video, so best of luck, sir. Be sure to check out McKinney’s new Comedy Central special – Juston McKinney: A Middle-Class Hole – out on June 26th.

And Happy Father’s Day to all you fathers out there.

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  • Billy

    Amazing Video! nice job.

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