When Hip Hop Meets Football

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  • Calvin Johnson, Diddy
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"Super Bowl Shuffle"

The first real run-in between rap and football probably came in 1985, when the Bears recorded and released the hilariously awkward and awful rap song and video “Super Bowl Shuffle.” The song went on to sell 500,000 copies, but fortunately, the Bears stuck to their day jobs—they went on to win the Super Bowl later that year.

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