“Students come to Notre Dame to learn not only how to think but also how to live…” For alumni The King, Fancy G, Krispy Kreme and Officer Nik Rod, Notre Dame taught them that being down for weird was a way of life.
After meeting in South Bend, Indiana, the foursome cemented their bond in Ft. Myers Beach, Florida. It was here that their relationship surpassed the initial physical chemistry. They grew together in their shared love of music, dance and keeping it “weird.” In an industry bogged down with symbol infused names and cookie cutter acts, these 23-year-olds are truly down for weird.
Weird: Of a strikingly odd or unusual character; strange. See also: below image.
Buoyed by their success in freestyle rap battles at hot spots such as Castle Point, Finnegan’s and Goldie’s Cab, they released their underground smash, Pink Lemonade (Metamucil).
Now, they release their first studio single, Walk of Shame ft: Jymez Dymez of the Wrecking Crew, a song that speaks to both sexes and is best paired with a stiff drink and a prophylactic. The single is drawn from real life experiences and exposes the art of hooking up, reminding us of the inevitable result: the walk of shame.
Click here for a sneak peek of Walk of Shame but be forewarned. It might get weird.