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MC Rove was a Wikiality.com Featured Word on 08/10/07.
Wicked Stylin's Edit
His signature dress is a tuxedo with baggy yellow pants. His performances are marked by awkward 1980s new wave dancing and the scary talent of being able to switch between growling and screeching vocals at the drop of a hat.
MC Rove is a rare talent who is able to both bust-a-move and get jiggy with it. You simply can't touch that! But even more significantly, he is considered to be one of a handful of people who can protect the free world and bust a move simultaneously. That takes more balls and testosterone than Floyd Landis.
Rise to Infamy Edit
MC Rove became famous in late March 2007, when he performed his now-famous track Iraq Killer on stage at the Radio and Television Correspondents Association annual dinner.
In 2002 his debut album, Too Far Right To Fight was published under the ChickenHawk record label. Backup
vocals snarling was provided by Dick Cheney and Donny Rumsfeld, with The Greatest President Ever providing human beatbox on the tracks Iraq Killer and Straight Outta Colorado.
Popularity with the KidsEdit
MC Rove's music career was such a sucess that he became popular with the kids. He was soon the most requested performer ever on The MTV.
MC Rove was even featured on the popular show Punk'd. On Punk'd, Hollywood starlet Ashton "the Kutch" Kutcher covered MC Rove's "donk" (car) with missing White House tapes from the Nixon administration.
Today, MC Rove is as popular as Elvis with the Kids.