I’m Not Making This Up, You Know

Brett Kimberlin fancies himself a great musician. (H/T, Kimberlin Unmaksked)

The term “delusions of adequacy” comes to mind.

UPDATE—Here’s a statement made by a Justice Through Music Project spokesman (not Brett Kimberlin) about the time this video was released:

We want videos that have staying power, that make a cultural statement, and that have an emotional component to them so that they will influence youth. Politicians spend hundreds of millions if not billions of dollars on ads to influence middle class America, and they basically ignore young people totally; and we feel like the music videos are like the cultural statements or the ads for young people, so we hope to get them involved and influence them to make the right decision in November.

Uh, huh.

3 thoughts on “I’m Not Making This Up, You Know

  1. Ugh.

    Can I get that 3:13 of my life back?

    I was in bands, rock bands, for most of my life…so believe me when I say that was horrendous vocally. TDPK must be funding the band himself because there is NO WAY any self respecting band would allow him to front them if that is a sample of his ability. I’m not just talking vocally now, but stage presence. TDPK doesn’t have any.

    That was just bad. TDPK should go back to the garage and stay there. His ability as a musician overall has never left that level.

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