User:Ryanasaurus0077/Emma Watson

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Emma Watson is an actress/singer best known for the Harper Valley PTA series of Western action flicks and several rap/rock albums, the first being her self-titled 67-minute album. She is also a keyboardist/guitarist for the cover band Remington Steelers

Her crowning achievement was hiring a hundred and one homies to protect her from Grues.

Her specific rap genre is Jap Rap, a type of rap she invented by mixing the already-existing Southern Rap with J-Pop.

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edit Emma Watson (2002)

1. The Saga Continues (parody of Forever Love by X Japan)
2. The Name That's Running the Game (featuring Chamillionaire)
3. Pretty Fly For a Lai Lai (featuring Bun B and Scott Leonard) (Chinese cover of Pretty Fly For a White Guy by The Offspring)
4. Fast Lane (featuring Layzie Bone)
5. Portrait of the Gangster as a Young Girl
6. America, What a Country
7. Thy Dungeonman
8. Of Yellows and Blacks (featuring Krayzie Bone)
9. White and Loving It (featuring Eminem)
10. Go Steelers (featuring Kanye West and Slick Rick)
11. Fucc Tupac (featuring P Diddy)
12. The Deadly Game (featuring Chamillionaire and Paul Wall)
13. Sympathy for the Devil (featuring samples of Sympathy for the Devil by The Rolling Stones)
14. Russian Reversal (featuring samples of Moscow by Dschinghis Khan)
15. Rap City (featuring Peach Hips)

edit Singles

1. The Saga Continues (parody of Forever Love by X Japan)
2. The Name That's Running the Game (featuring Chamillionaire)
3. Pretty Fly For a Lai Lai (featuring Bun B and Scott Leonard) (Chinese cover of Pretty Fly For a White Guy by The Offspring)
4. Fast Lane (featuring Layzie Bone)
5. The Deadly Game (featuring Chamillionaire and Paul Wall)

edit Got Those Rhythm and Blues (2004)

1. Honey Flash rap remix (featuring Chamillionaire)
2. El Matador Contraataca (featuring Gerardo)
3. Sk8er Boi (cover of Sk8er Boi by Avril Lavigne)
4. The Truth Hurts
5. Long Island Expressway (featuring Coolio)
6. Flyer Than a Fire (featuring Kanye West)
7. Reggie
8. 3:10 to Kyoto
9. 11 Hours
10. Hell Up in Kyoto
11. Houston, We Have a Problem (featuring Peach Hips)
12. Naga's Lair (featuring Slick Rick)
13. Jason Voorhees (featuring Lupe Fiasco)
14. In Memory of DJ Screw

edit Singles

1. Honey Flash rap remix (featuring Chamillionaire)
2. El Matador Contraataca (featuring Gerardo)
3. Sk8er Boi (cover of Sk8er Boi by Avril Lavigne)
4. Hell Up in Kyoto

edit Rappin' My @$$ Off (2005)

1. The Saga Concludes (parody of Funky Cold Medina by Tone Loc)
2. Die Hard (featuring Chamillionaire)
3. It's $100 to Fucc My B!tch (featuring Chamillionaire and Li'l Wayne)
4. Samurai (featuring Bun B, Killer Mike, Pastor Troy, Foxy Brown, and MC Hammer) (Japanese cover of Samurai by Dschinghis Khan)
5. Indiana Jones
6. Terminator
7. Esperanto
8. Dead Tongues (featuring Kanye West)
9. Whiter Than the Clouds (featuring Eminem and Paul Wall)
10. Immigration Agency (featuring Slick Rick)
11. My Black Dawg (featuring Chamillionaire)
12. Crazy (featuring Sakura Tange)
13. Freddy (featuring Robert Englund)

edit Singles

1. The Saga Concludes (parody of Funky Cold Medina by Tone Loc)
2. Die Hard (featuring Chamillionaire)
3. It's $100 to Fucc My B!tch (featuring Chamillionaire and Li'l Wayne)
4. Terminator
5. My Black Dawg (featuring Chamillionaire)

edit Not Rated X For Nothing (2007)

1. Welcome to McDonald's (parody of Welcome to the Jungle by Guns N' Roses)
2. Undercat (featuring Bun B)
3. Malo (Spanish cover of Bad by Michael Jackson)
4. Big Pimps (featuring Pimp C)
5. Sata Andagi (featuring the cast of Azumanga Daioh)
6. Mike Rotch
7. (I'm an) Underground Knight (featuring Bun B and Pimp C)
8. Killer Game (featuring Chamillionaire)
9. Mount Fuji (featuring Lupe Fiasco and Soulja Boy)
10. Yo Mama (featuring Kotono Mitsuishi and Michie Tomizawa)
11. Gone with the Wind
12. 8 Kilometers (featuring Eminem)
13. Walk This Way (cover of Walk This Way by Aerosmith)

edit Singles

1. Welcome to McDonald's (parody of Welcome to the Jungle by Guns N' Roses)
2. Malo (Spanish cover of Bad by Michael Jackson)
3. Big Pimps (featuring Pimp C)
4. Sata Andagi (featuring the cast of Azumanga Daioh)
5. (I'm an) Underground Knight (featuring Bun B and Pimp C)
6. Killer Game (featuring Chamillionaire)

edit Straight Outta Kyoto (2008)

1. Fucc the Police (featuring Bun B and P Diddy) (cover of Fuck the Police by NWA)
2. Northwest Atlantic (featuring Chamillionaire)
3. I Believe I Can Fly (cover of I Believe I Can Fly by R. Kelly)
4. Pimpalicious (featuring Chamillionaire and Pimp C)
5. Straight Outta Kyoto (featuring Michie Tomizawa)
6. Killer Kyoto (featuring Sakura Tange)
7. Ridin' Under Water (featuring Akon)
8. Japs With Attitude (featuring Toshi and Hironobu Kageyama)
9. Arrow Smiths
10. Do the Hammer Time (featuring MC Hammer)
11. Bat Fucc Insane
12. Looks Can Kill (featuring Rasaq)
13. Outro

edit Singles

1. Fucc the Police (featuring Bun B and P Diddy) (cover of Fuck the Police by NWA)
2. Northwest Atlantic (featuring Chamillionaire)
3. I Believe I Can Fly (cover of I Believe I Can Fly by R. Kelly)
4. Pimpalicious (featuring Chamillionaire and Pimp C)
5. Japs With Attitude (featuring Toshi and Hironobu Kageyama)
6. Do the Hammer Time (featuring MC Hammer)

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(To be continued)

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