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Iowa State has actual rap song by actual rapper

Reese Strickland-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Your school has terrible fan pride songs made by bored freshmen. Iowa State has a song by professional rapper Tech N9ne and friends, and Paul Rhoads is so proud of everything right now.

THERE'S A PART WHERE THEY SAY PAUL RHOADS' NAME. The back story (ht Wide Right Natty Lite, which points out Iowa State has comfortably secured the state football rap title):

[Iowa State defensive lineman Jake] McDonough, a former star at West Des Moines Valley, struck up a conversation with the uncle of Tech N9ne - pronounced "nine" and the performing name of Kansas City-based Aaron Yates - while working as a member of the security staff at a concert.

McDonough explained that he provided "beats" for songs.

"He said, ‘That's cool - I'll have to show my nephew,' " McDonough said ...

The end result will boom from loudspeakers Saturday at Jack Trice Stadium.

Yes, Tech N9ne is from Kansas City, so PLEASE DON'T ASK ME TO EXPLAIN THIS I CANNOT

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