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Hey, oh..I usedta work for Santa stuffin' stockings so..but there ain't no stoppin' no..I make Christmas poppin', whoa! Now for more info:
I was born half elf on my mama's side, raised in an elf colony called The North Side, located on the north side, of the south side, of Michigan. Not too awfully long time ago, I saved the holidays. (Listen to Almost Twas The Night.) Yes, myself an elf, so I got to go along with Santa on his 'World Tour' that night. (Listen to Kris Kringle.) Then Santa called me to his office, I'm thinking what'd I do now, but he told me that I'd accomplished all I could there at the North Pole and that I should venture out and see what I could do in the 'real' world with my music. Yeah he's always been a fan. So I went out back to South Cackalack and have been living here ever since. Beatin' the streets to get a record deal or just help to promote my music that's both clean, and jammingly entertaining.
I grew up listening to all sorts of music but I eventually created a new genre called Christmas Crunk. It's like Eminem spent the holidays at Jazzy Jeff's. Christmas Crunk is holiday music that's not limited to the holidays. You can pump up Christmas Crunk all year long. Some songs are about elf folklore, some are about my personal experiences, and some are an attempt to be inspirational and/or brown beat haters. I've written everything so far, except one collaboration with my man Tru Logicc on The Meaning of Christmas which raises funds for ChicoraVoices.org . See the video and see how you can help kids finance their college education.
My main goal in life is to help less fortunate people both young and old and to do whatever I can to bring a smile during the Christmas holidays. Remember, not everyone is happy then. It sometimes bring sadness for whatever reason and all I want to do is take away some of their grief if it's only for a moment. I'm always volunteering my time to kids homes, nursing homes and such and have never nor will I ever turn down an opportunity to help someone in need. Animal or human, no one needs to feel lonely or unloved during this season. Jesus is the reason for the season and behind him was a great man named Saint Nicholas. Look him up.
One more thing, remember to leave a cookie for an elf.
Robby The Elf, just Google it yo.