Ken Kaniff is a character originaly created by Aristotle, a Detroit rapper. Ken: laughing You want me to fuckin' melt in your mouth and not in your hand? Eminem: I don't know nobody in Connecticut. Melt in your ass, ya lil' cock boy. It is the only album of Eminems that hasn't been given any certifications or charted. I heard through the grape vine that there were two additional tracks missing from this album, and that disappoints me. He apparently accompanies his freestyle with a tap dance. .
Eminem: laughs Yo, who is this? This is Ken Kannif Who? Here is the album playlist. I need to make a collect call. Ken: Ken Kaniff from Connecticut, you lil' bitch. When The Music Stops Feat. I first found out about this guy through Spotify.
Topics range from bad mouthing Eminem to Masturbation and Transvestites as well as Pedophilia. On Relapse he is also presented on the outro of the album in a skit at the end of the song Underground where he once again parodies two of the Relapse songs - My Mom and We Made You - on a session of people struggling with some kind of dependency. He also appeared as one of the major characters on The Slim Shady Show, where he is portrayed as a skinny red-haired Caucasian. Then, after endless research, I discovered. Yea you wanna get a I don't know nobody in Connecticut You wanna get a hotel room with me? Ken Kannif from Connecticut, ya little bitch From Connecticut? Cleanin' Out My Closet 5.
This album is not for the light hearted, or easily offended. Eminem: snickers Yo, shut up, you lil' bitch. The album's site is no longer in operation and little has been heard from Aristotle since. Oh, the number is X-X-6-2-X-X-X At the tone, please say your name Kenneth Kaniff, from Connecticut Automated piece of shit. Yeah, you want me to lick your ass, Eminem Ha, yo, who, who is this? Sing For The Moment Feat. From onwards, all skits using the Ken Kaniff persona have been performed by Eminem, not Aristotle - usually in an attempt to poke fun.
Eminem gets a strange call from Kenneth Kaniff 1999 Ken Kaniff is a homosexual rapist. The homosexual persona of Ken Kaniff is the creation of underground Detroit rapper Aristotle. Ohh The number's 6 2 At the tone, please say your name Kenneth Kaniff from Connecticut Automated piece of shit Yo Hey there cock boy Who's this? Ken: You wanna get a hotel room with me? Ken: This is Ken Kaniff. Ohh thank you I need to make a collect call What number? Ever since then on most of his studio albums, Eminem has used the Ken Kaniff persona to anger and poke fun at Aristotle. However, at times he does discuss deeper things, such as falling in love and. I'm gonna call this motherfucker Oh, fuck yeah Give him a piece of my mind A piece of my ass Thank you for waiting Hello, may I help you Oh thank you I need to make a collect call What number? I hope he makes more, because this was definitely a very good listen. Joe Zane Steven Tyler 13.
The first source of original music by Eminem would be the 1996 Infinite album. Beep Ken: Kenneth Kaniff, from Connecticut. The homosexual persona of Ken Kaniff is the creation of underground Detroit rapper Aristotle. It's a clever, hilarious and at times a very dark album. Discussing such topics as masturbation, and pedophilia. So I bought the album on Amazon to see if it was worth it's salt.
Ken: Oh, you think I'm lying, huh? The album features diss tracks against Eminem and contains controversial songs about topics as diverse as paedophilia, masturbation, gangsterism and is at times sadistic and humourous. Say What You Say 18. Ken: Hey there, cock boy. Aristotle not only gives more insight into Ken, but he also gives insight into a few personal details about Eminem, in a disparaging way of course. On the album Aristotle alternates between his Ken Kaniff voice and his regular rapping style. The album features diss tracks against Eminem and contains controversial songs about topics as diverse as paedophilia, masturbation, and is at times sadistic and humourous. On The Eminem Show, the character appears in a skit called Curtains Close where he steps up to an empty stage with no audience and parodies intro of the song Without Me in the microphone changing the words to sound homosexual.
We just know that he is an underground rapper from Detroit who worked with Eminem at one point. The album's site is no longer in operation and little has been heard from Aristotle since. Melt in your ass, you little cock boy He k k k, yo shut up you little bitch Oh you think I'm lyin' huh? Eminem: laughing out loud Ken: Ugh. . . . .
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