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Now Alexa Raps

Posted March 27, 2018
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The conquest of the Robots continues, and we are their enablers!

First they came for the elevator operators, and I did not speak up because I was not an elevator operator.

Then they came for the bank tellers, but I did not speak up because I was not a bank teller.

I thought they were coming for the lawyers next, so I certainly did not speak up...but instead they are coming for the rap artists.

Alexa has released her first hit single - done in conjunction with the humans Too Many Ts.

Soon Alexa will exterminate the humans.... but first, here is the first ever rap song done with or is it by, Alexa

I have no doubt that while this is the first Alexa rap song, it will not be last.  And if it works for rap, why not for love songs, ballads, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and just about everyone else?

The great thing about Alexa music in the future is that we wil not have to endure Final Tours, Return Engagments or having Alexa peform at the Millwood Auditorium in the future when no one wants to hear her any longer.  There are advantages.

 Neither wil we have to endure seeing a wahshed Alexa on Celebrity Big Brother. 

 


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