X-Ecutioners? Aren’t they a hip-hop act? Click. From
the looks of it, yes; they have songs with titles like “The
Turntablist Anthem,” “Get Retarded,” and “Scratch
to This.” They also have something called “Genius of Love
2002 (Featuring Tom Tom Club & Biz Markie),” and they’ve
got to be kidding about that, but there’s only one way to find
out, since the Clear Channel owns half the radio stations in the country
and Westwood One owns the rest. Click. We are nearly the victim of
some careless spelling at this point, since the “other listeners
liked” field lists “x ecutiones,” “the x-ecutioners,”
and “xecutioners,” all which might look not like variant
spellings of the same act but completely unrelated artists to you
if you were a search engine. As luck would have it, though, a few
other listeners liked Nappy Roots.
Nappy Roots? Nappy Roots? The people who do “Awnaw”?
Oh, hell yes. Do I care what else they do besides the magnificent,
honey-smooth “Awnaw”? I think not. Click.