Someone Bought This: Brian Christopher’s new hip-hop album “Bringin’ Sexay Back”!

7 Submitted by on Mon, 06 October 2014, 11:42

Brian Christopher Bringin' Sexay Back CD cover

Okay, Crappers,  I’m just going to copy what I saw on Lords Of Pain for you all to marvel over:

Former WWE Superstar Brian Christopher, son of Jerry Lawler, has a new hip-hop CD out on iTunes. “Bringin’ Sexay Back” is also available on Amazon and Spotify. A press release described the CD like this:

“This CD consists of several hilarious song parodies plus some great original music. Included on his CD are the songs ‘Going Down’ which Brian uses as he makes his grand entrance into the ring. ‘Puppies’ featuring Hall of Famer, Jerry (The King) Lawler. ‘Memphis Thang’ a tribute song written by Brian about classic Memphis wrestling. Plus, Brian’s good friend Rikishi makes several cameo appearances on the CD. Brian Christopher not only performs all the songs on this CD but also co-wrote most of them. This CD is a ‘must have’ for any wrestling fan. You can download yours today or purchase one through CD Baby or at any wrestling event where Brian is appearing.”

Some of the tracks include Bad Newz, Jabroni, Memphis Bruise, N My Genes, I’m II Sexay, Puppies and Grandmaster Style. The 10-track album is available for $9.90 on iTunes.

Brian Christopher Puppies single cover

Oh boy…

This is either going to be “so bad it’s good” or just plain awesome.

Either way, this is sure to be a winner!

If any of you Crappers have downloaded the album or bought it from CD Baby, please give us a review in the comments section below!

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7 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Brian Christopher’s new hip-hop album “Bringin’ Sexay Back”!"
  1. Drew says:

    And Jerry covers the Ringo Starr hit “You’re 16, You’re Beautiful and You’re Mine.”

  2. Andre R. says:

    I thought they didnt get along. As long as I can remember they were always estranged. Jerry didnt even want to acknowledge Brian was his son at one point. Is that true?

  3. the14thListener says:

    A hip hop instant classic to go with Macho Man and John Cena’s efforts. Did Ron Killings ever record anything besides his entrance songs?

    • E-Squared says:

      I read that Ron Killings recorded an album or mixtape that released from website back in 2002 called “Invinceable.” No, that was not a misspelling.

  4. AdamX says:

    Ken Anderson needs to look deep within himself and hit the gym or he’s basically gonna be Grandmaster in a few years.

    Seriously, I thought that was Anderson with the King at first.

  5. Third String Point Guard says:

    Only song I can find from the album.

    Bret Hart, who used a similar spoken-not-singing delivery in one of those old WWF albums, would probably give this a 4/10.

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