(sniff) Cornbreadd makes me so proud of my hometown.
Cornbreadd's prior mega-hit is here. Is it strange for me, a middle-aged white man, to like Popeyes? I like their spicy chicken with a side of red beans & rice. (I also like watermelon. So I like fried chicken and watermelon. But I draw the line on Big Red. Just throwing out some retarded stereotypes out there.)
Anyway. This is worse. The Big Choke against Buffalo is an historic moment in Houston's history.
Lightnin' Hopkins is a famous Houstonian and important in music history, as he should be. But he never wrote a trademark Houston song.
Archie Bell and the Drells had a good Houston song about 40 years ago. Archie danced just as good as he walked. It's still a great pop song.
Since Archie Bell and the Drells? Nothing. ZZ Top did a weird song called Heaven, Hell or Houston that few people remember. Houston deserves a signature song, like Tony Bennett singing about San Francisco, or Sinatra singing about New York. But for now I guess we'll have to settle for Cornbreadd.