Dunwoody Parodied in a New Rap Video
'Straight Outta Dunwoody' lampoons life in Atlanta suburb
Compton, Brooklyn, the South Bronx, Dunwoody.
Sunday on YouTube, Dunwoody joined the ranks of cities and neighborhoods etched into history with their own rap songs.
Dunwoody's safe streets, soccer moms and shopping malls are targeted in the new video 'Straight Outta Dunwoody', which was released online Sunday night by the group Dormtainment, which produces comedy videos.
The song, a nod to N.W.A.’s Straight Outta Compton, lampoons suburban life in Dunwoody.
In the video, six men walk the streets of Dunwoody, wearing sweaters wrapped around their shoulders, with rhymes like "I'm a big deal like my name is Sasquatch, president of my neighborhood crime watch," and "When it gets dark, I walk briskly. I invest in stocks because I'm risky."
Since it was posted at 7 p.m. on Sunday night, it has already gotten more than 18,000 views.