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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Lil B Records a New Track Called 'Justin Bieber,' Which Was 100% Inevitable

Posted By on Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 1:47 PM

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Lil B has hoes on his dick because he looks like anyone you could possibly think of. Those of us with Internet addictions know this. But somehow, Justin Bieber has gone unmentioned by the Based God up until now. Which is downright shocking, when you think about it, since both artists have spent the last year being plastered all over blogs, immortalized in Internet memes, and rising up Twitter's trending topics list.

Well, the wait has ended. Bieber can finally take his rightful place next to Ellen Degeneres, Oprah Winfrey, Paris Hilton, God, the Devil, Dr. Phil, and Mel Gibson as one of those lucky enough to get a Lil B song named after them.

The song itself is pretty standard fare for a Based freestyle. As Lil B raps over a sparse track that sounds like it was manufactured in a robot factory, you'll encounter lots of repetition (in this case involving the words "Justin" and/or "Bieber"), references to his swag, and mentions of the women attracted to his reproductive organs. But unlike some of his other tracks, Lil B is unyieldingly focused with his Bieber praise. Never once does he deviate from this single metaphor/simile as he drives his point home with authority.

But now that Bieber has been addressed in Based Freestyle form, where does Lil B go next? Here are a few suggestions, in no particular order: Julian Assange, Natalie Portman, Aaron Rodgers, Wael Ghonim, Katy Perry, Lil' Vader, Pete Wentz, Spider-Man, James Franco, Judge Judy. Thank You In Advance, Based God.

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