Fallout Rap Is, Somehow, Pretty Great

Fallout Rap Is, Somehow, Pretty Great

You'll never look at Fallout 3's Wazer Wifle the same way again.

I say that largely because you'll immediately get this song's insidiously catchy chorus stuck in your head, pinging off your cranial walls like so many wazer — er, laser blasts. It loops perfectly, infinitely, like a GIF turned into a song. At this rate, there is a very real chance I will have someone inscribe "HOT DAMN LASER BEAMS WAZER WIFLE" on my tombstone.

The video is a collaboration between Open Minded and Caedo Genesis, and it's... well, it is kinda hard to believe that we went from Fallout 3 releasing almost seven years ago to this.

I'm not complaining! This video is rad. It's one of the better video game fan music projects I've heard/seen in ages. But like, what an obscure piece of wasteland murder couture to dig up for an entire rap song. Also, rap and Fallout make for a strange fusion given that the bombs dropped on the game's world before beats and rhymes came together in holy matrimony. Or at least, before rap became A Thing. Somehow, though, it all works — despite an on-paper description that awkwardly flails about like a freshly mini-nuked death claw.

People make some neat stuff, is what I'm saying. Can we get an entire Fallout album next?


    Just release a new fallout already.
    My soul and body are ready!

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