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Watch my drum cover of “Knock Knock” by Mac Miller!

“Knock Knock” is basically one part ode to Pittsburgh and one part Mac Miller talking about how great he is. I know this because my favorite hockey team, the Philadelphia Flyers, used this as their in-room victory song a few seasons ago. A few of my steel city friends were quick to remind me that there were numerous western PA references, it shouldn’t be our victory song, blah blah blah. I stopped listening after a bit because A) it’s hilarious that we adopted a Pittsburgh rapper’s Pittsburgh-laden song for our Philadelphia wins and B) I enjoy the song, so I don’t really care what it’s about. Of course I had to rub it in a little bit and wear all the Flyers gear I could find, because the prospect of grating on the nerves of suburban Pitt tween trolls makes me smile.

Watch my drum cover for “Knock Knock” below and let me know what you think.

I’ve done covers of Woo Boost by Rusko and Bonfire by Childish Gambino, so check them out if you haven’t seen them yet :).


Watch my drum cover of “Woo Boost” by Rusko!


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1 Comment

  1. Scales

    Sounds great dude. That electric kit is sweet and sounds nice!

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