04/01: April Fools! (About French Montana's "Ocho Seis")
Earlier today, April 1, we reported that French Montana has released a sequel to "Ocho Cinco," titled "Ocho Sies."
In Spanish, ocho cinco means 8-5. Seis means 6. So, ocho sies is 8-6 or one more than ocho cinco.
If you played the audio clip on that story, you'll notice a hip-hop sounding beat - in this case, A Tribe Called Quest. But if you continue to listen, in comes Rick Astley singing "Never Gonna Give You Up," a song that best known these days for rickrolling
At that point, listeners likely realized that, with today being April 1, it was an April Fools' Day joke. But, just in case, April Fools! I hope that you had a fun day.
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