Joe Budden – “Get It Poppin'”
Budden dropped a bar where he references George Costanza and compares him to a hoe he used to know. We all got Costanza hoes, right?
I had this Bugaboo bitch, keep wantin me to romance her / Always poppin’ up, I called her George Costanza / Spent some time with her, realized I couldn’t stand her /
So I logged her in my phone as “You A Fool If You Answer”
George always had the tendency to walk in on people and interrupt moments, awkwardly at that, and mostly unwarranted. Budden saw Costanza as a loud obnoxious hoe that always popped up, obviously. Kudos to Budden for the Seinfeld ref.
Wale – “The Mixtape About Nothing”
Yo, I really didn’t want to write about Wale that much, but I also can’t ignore the fact that dude made an entire mixtape based around Seinfeld.
Wale dropped A Mixtape About Nothing back in 2008 with 10.Deep Clothing and it was the primary reason why Wale became relevant in the first place. While there aren’t any lyrics directly referencing and relating to Seinfeld, the entire tape rips samples from the show and laces them together as interludes and introductions to each song. The tape also has track titles similar to Seinfeld episode names; each song title begins with the word “The.”