Archive for the ‘Summer Song 2011’ Category

The Summer Song of 2011

Posted: September 2, 2011 by Keith Stone in music, summer, Summer Song 2011

It’s Labor Day weekend, which is officially the end of summer. I’m bummed out but I’m also excited that we finally get to name the official Rainman Suite Summer Song of 2011. We’ve profiled the nominees throughout the past few months. Here’s a recap:

I individually polled literally thousands and thousands of people to find the true answer. Without further ado, the Rainman Suite Summer Song of 2011 is………………………


Summer Song 2011: Where Them Girls At?

Posted: July 31, 2011 by Keith Stone in David Guetta, Summer Song 2011

This song features some of the hottest music talent around. I’ve never been disappointed by a David Guetta beat. They all make me want to take about eight ecstasys and dance like an asshole. With Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj rhyming, Where Them Girls At is everything you could ask for in a Summer Song. It’s fast-paced, fun, and it asks the most important question of them all. Where exactly are them girls at?

Summer Song 2011: Super Bass?

Posted: July 20, 2011 by Keith Stone in Nicki Minaj, Summer Song 2011

I like Nicki Minaj because she has a huge ass. I also like her because her songs are nice mix of pop and rap. Super Bass exemplifies that perfectly. It has attitude, romance, and once again a huge ass. It’s also well-known that all songs about the beating of the heart are great for working out. What Fred Durst was to redneck rock, Nicki is to hip hop chicks. Except I foresee that she will be here for years to come and not working at the food court at the mall like Fred.

This song is a request from reader Kelly from Down South, y’all.  Katy Perry’s been on a roll recently. E.T. and Firework were both big hits and as much as you don’t want to like it, Last Friday Night is so fucking catchy although I find it a bit derivative of Waking Up In Vegas. It solidifies why Katy is such a great role model for young girls. Ladies, it’s perfectly fine to get wasted and have 3-ways with Rebecca Black and Kenny G. It’s the summer of the saxophone, baby! RIP Big Man.

Courtney Stodden is the 16-year-old singer who married the 51-year-old creepy guy from The Green Mile. I’d marry her in a sec. For a teenager, she’s got two really big, jiggly assets: her youthful exuberance and world-class singing ability. Plus, her music video reeks of class. Singing about stealing guys while sitting in a swamp with a pink puppy and giant margarita she probably got at Mardi Gras? Donald Trump would hire her in a second.

Summer Song 2011: The Edge of Glory?

Posted: June 17, 2011 by Keith Stone in Lady Gaga, Summer Song 2011

Just when I thought I was out, Lady Gaga pulls me back in. I’ve been saying for a while that Gaga needed to keep it all simple. She finally did and The Edge of Glory is a seriously solid song, although it’s probably the reason why the black guy in the E Street Band had a stroke. It’s actually a song and not a piece of performance art. I kinda just want to drive around with the sun hitting my face, blasting this song and singing at the top of my lungs. And maybe it’s the fact that she barely wears anything and when she does it’s studded leather and her ass is hanging out, but Gaga gets it going for me. She also has a deceptively hot body. I support any chick that doesn’t like to wear clothes unless her name is Rosie O’Donnell.

Summer Song 2011: Rolling in the Deep?

Posted: June 9, 2011 by Keith Stone in Adele, Summer Song 2011

Here’s a dark horse for Summer Song 2011. I liked Rolling in the Deep by Adele the first three times I heard it and now I can’t stand it. The only problem is that it’s on the radio all the time. It’s so angsty that it goes against everything a Summer Song should be. It’s fine when I’m lifting weights or stressed about something but why is it on the radio so much? Not even just the serious channels, but on the top 40 ones too. There’s no bigger downer than this after a Katy Perry or Lady Gaga tune. I like to be happy in the summer. Let’s all hope that this doesn’t turn into the dominant song. Plus, Adele is kinda fat.