by Gene Howington
I never tire of finding great new arrangements of good songs, but even more so when it is a song rearranged in an unexpected and clever way. If there was ever rap song suited for a 1920’s style jazz arrangement, it has to be this one. Here is Postmodern Jukebox (featuring Robyn Adele Anderson) doing their rendition of Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise”.
Certainly Al Capone and Nucky Thompson approved. If you’ve never heard the Grammy winning original, here is the for comparison.