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Wizard of flaws: Denver fanatic throws shade on Chiefs nation (with video)

Updated: 2013-11-12T02:35:21Z


The Kansas City Star

Listen if you must, Chiefs fans, as a Denver fan raps about how the Broncos are going to take it to the Chiefs on Sunday.

Keivon Creative and Andrew Young, a Broncos superfan known as the Mad Fanatic, are co-producing a soundtrack for Denver’s 2013-14 season, creating a song for every game, according to Keivon’s website.

Ahead of Sunday’s game in Denver against the Chiefs, they’ve released their latest song called “Dorothy.”

Oh yeah. That Dorothy.

Poor, sad Dorothy who isn’t in Kansas anymore, the Mad Fanatic raps to open the song.

(Trivia note: Andrew lives in Connecticut, not Denver.)

“You all ain’t ready ... you all been beatin’ chumps.

“I know you all undefeated,

“But you lead the league in punts.”

Would have been nice if they'd consulted a map first.

"I realize Kansas City plays in Missouri (although i didn't know until after I finished the song)," the Mad Fanatic wrote when he posted the video to YouTube on Sunday.

"The reason I still put the song out is because I clarify every time I say it, 'Dorothy your not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy your not in Kansas…City.' To me it still works. Its really a metaphor about 'Dorothy' not being in her comfort zone (home) (Kansas CITY in the chiefs case) or her comfort zone of playing a sub par team or the comfort zone of playing a journeyman backup quarterback.

"We actually incorporated a scene from Jay-z's "Hard Knock life" video bringing Dorothy to Annie's world as well. The pre-hook about drinking wine and not being on the corner of 12th street and vine was also inspired by the famous "Kansas City" song so in my opinion there were so many elements that made the song still work despite Kansas City playing in Missouri that I put it out anyway.

"I also added the voicemail I got from the producer when we found out about where their stadium is so you know that I'm aware of this detail."

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