Controversial Rapper Muck Sticky Premieres New Hip Hop Music Video “Party On” Off Hullabaloo Album
Mr. "Feel So Good," "High Times," "Sex, Drugs & Rock n Roll" rapper Muck Sticky has released a new music video for new hip hop song "Party On."
Muck Sticky's "Party On" music video and song is a single release, which comes off of Muck Sticky's new album Hullabaloo, which is the Memphis based rapper's eleventh studio album release.
Muck Sticky's new album "Hullabaloo" was released on April 3, 2012, on Stay Lifted and is available on iTunes, Amazon and at Muck Sticky's official website at www.mucksticky.com.
In the new music video and song, the rapper encourages listeners and viewers to basically 'have fun' and 'party.' Starting off in the video, which was produced and edited by Smooth Journey Productions, the camera pans to screen of a Muck Sticky profile on a site resembling Facebook, but instead the site is called "wastebook."
After showing Muck Sticky's "wastebook" profile, the camera pans to Muck Sticky typing in a new "wastebook" status update:
The internet is not real life! Let's have a party!!!!
Then the music starts with the chorus:
Party On! Party On! Til The music is done. Party On! Party On! We're having so much fun.. Party On! Come on.. let loose and Party On!
Party On! Party On! Til The music is done. Party On! Party On! It's doesn't matter where you're from, just Party On! We will be forever young if we Party On!
Muck Sticky says he made this album because he wants to encourage 'The Tribe,' what he calls his fans, and all people to "celebrate each day" while "enjoying the things you love."
These days it seems people allow certain circumstances or material things to keep them from having fun, and they spend most of their time being depressed and miserable. My new album is about finding reasons to celebrate each day and enjoying the things you love.
In regards to his 'Tribe' of fans and followers who some are troubled young people who have found light in their darkness through Muck Sticky's 'fun' and 'party' sound, Muck says he relates to his fans "in a way they understand, while encouraging them to become more enlightened and love themselves for who they are."
When I was a teenager I swore to myself that when I grew up I wouldn’t speak down or preach to the younger generation, and that I would never judge them for being curious about taboo subjects. I relate to my fans in a way they understand, while encouraging them to become more enlightened and love themselves for who they are. Most everyone has the desire to party and explore their curiosities. I say it’s okay to do so, but be smart about it! Self-control and responsibility are an important part of life, but so is having fun!
Check out Muck Sticky's latest hip hop music single and music video "Party On."
PHOTOS of Muck Sticky's latest hip hop music video "Party On"