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by Christopher C. Wuensch

A tributary blog of Prose & Cons

Saturday, January 23, 2010


It turns out notorious hip-hop artists Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls aren’t the only ones creating original music long after their untimely deaths.

Citing the track record of the deposed, coastally-proud rappers, the late Walter Payton has decided to get back into the sports-music industry.

The hall-of-fame running back has announced plans to release a re-mastered version of the Super Bowl Shuffle, a tribute to the sporty anthem put out by Sweetness and his Chicago Bears teammates nearly 25 years ago.

Payton admitted that he found motivation to posthumously release the new song after witnessing the success of the still-mortal LaDainian Tomlinson, whose recent music video LT-Slide-Electric Glide has become a Web phenomenon.

Payton, who made a name for himself in the Midwest, hasn’t decided yet whether he’ll collaborate with East Coast’s Smalls or West Coast’s Shakur on the project.