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 |  Dec 30 2010, 5:28 PM

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The undisputed king of automotive-themed rap songs is Rick Ross, whose “Maybach Muzik 2″ and “Aston Martin Muzik” have provided back to back bangers for hip-hop junkies who also like six-figure whips.

At the bottom of the scale we have a gentleman named C.KhiD, an up and coming rapper who didn’t take the advice of countless fore-bearers and “keep it real”. Instead, he joined in a horrible collaboration with Jeep to create “2011 Jeep Wrangler Music”. While only one of Autoguide’s staff is into hip-hop, we could smell a rat immediately, and it only took one listen for us to declare the song as “worse than the  Sebring “.

This type of marketing is so transparently uncool that it will probably turn off anyone who comes into contact with the song. Even more astonishing is that Jeep sponsored this guy for a tour (according to the press release below) but Jay-Z’s one line in “On To The Next One”, where he talks about how he “bought a Jeep, tore the m*********ing doors off” probably did more for the brand than any youth-oriented marketing campaign ever could.

[Source: Jeep]

Video and press release after the jump


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2011 Jeep Wrangler, Commander, and Grand Cherokee Riders have a new song to blast in new 2011 cars. New music artist C.KhiD wrote a few hot new hip hop songs based off a favorite car brand, releasing the first of them this week. Free for all “Jeepers” and new music fans to download, C.khiD makes everyone drop their tops.
“I promoted on a tour through Florida in a 2010 Jeep Wrangler. After that, it was undoubtedly my favorite car of all-time. Jeep Wrangler Music is just celebrating that great car and the fun lifestyle it caters to. My first car was a Jeep Grand Cherokee and I love the Jeep Commander with moon roofs, but Jeep Wranglers are definitely IT! From Miami Beach to Myrtle Beach, it’s my ride,” spoke C.KhiD on his passion for Jeep Wranglers.
Shopping for a Jeep Wrangler currently, C.KhiD is an independent artist buzzing through iPods of high school, middle school, and college students. Fighting to become a top independent rap artist, the south carolina rapper has achieved much success thanks to viral internet videos. Closing in on 1 million views to his popular YouTube music video “Cash on Deck,” the South Carolina rapper is paid by YouTube, iTunes, Myxer, and other media outlets.
“I hope Jeep car company picks up on me. Would love for them to get involved for a hip hop video. I try to keep a friendly image that’s a medium between my generation and those older. This song deserves that 2011 Jeep Wrangler Call of Duty that Kobe Bryant Got,” continued C.KhiD.
Download “Jeep Wrangler Music” free on C.KhiD’s official hip hop music blog CKHID.com. Also find all the latest 2011 songs via the site’s directory of mix-tape releases.
Beyond C.KhID’s “Jeep Wrangler Music”, fans of Hip Hop culture can find new Lil Wayne songs, new Wiz Khalifa songs, and new Keri Hilson music. Promoting other artists he favors on his own website, C.KhiD believes good new music should be heard by his fans always.
C.KhID is the founder of “CKHID”, a digital age entertainment group. An acronym for “Cannot Kill How I’m Dreaming,” the company focus is music culture, art, and fashion. One of the earliest Hip Hop bloggers, C.KhiD launched his first music blog in 2002. Today CKHID focuses currently on building himself as an artist, but also works to build careers for top quality acting and music artists found at the peak of today’s social media posts.
Watch the promo video and download new 2011 songs top single, “Jeep Wrangler music,” at the link below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHdzejwH0og

  • C.KHiD

    Honestly, I appreciate the publicity even if you dont understand the music. My fan base has given me great numbers each week and possibly some of the readers on your website, appreciate it as well. A few jeep clubs have contacted me via twitter to support as well.

    Sorry we could not have gotten your thumbs up but I’m a younger guy and dont expect everyone to agree.

    Thanks for the feature and review though

    God Bless
    - C.KhiD

  • Omar

    One thing about hip-hop and rap is that it’s often misunderstood since it’s a genre of music that mostly appeals to the younger crowd, so of course the old farts arn’t going to really enjoy it. Knowing GOOD music is having the ability to listen to any genre of music and appreciate it for what it is…the guy who wrote that article clearly can not.. LOL

    I understand opinion is opinion, but the author of this article clearly has no idea what he is talking about. This is what he said in a nutshell “I HATE RAP…SO THIS SONG SUCKS…I ONLY LISTEN TO ONE GENRE OF MUSIC..HATE HATE HATE I HATE MY LIFE..SO LET ME TALK SAY A BUNCH OF NEGATIVE THINGS ABOUT THIS MUSICIAN PROMOTING MUSIC THAT I HATE”

    if the author is reading this, it doesn’t matter if you dislike something, but you should really attempt to convert all your negativity into something positive.. if you are unhappy with yourself, target what is making you so miserable, and CHANGE!

  • Notafan

    Whether one cares for Ckhid’s 2011 Jeep Music or not, the Derek Kreindler clearly knows NOTHING about music, whether rap or hip hop. But I’ll forgive Derek Kreindler — he clearly has an extremely crappy job writing random SEO copy for whatever the hell this website is.

    You guys should thank CKhid — his mention has given autoguide.com at least two unique pageviews of this utterly useless article today alone. That’s more than google brought you in the FOUR MONTHS since “2011 Jeep Wrangler Gets its Own Rap Song” was posted.

    P.S. THAT’S how you do SEO. You’re welcome.
    P.P.S. It’s forebears, not fore-bearers.