Kathryn & Nick | Spamming (Parody of "Jamming")

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Spamming (Parody of "Jamming")

by Kathryn & Nick

Kathryn & Nick write and produce a wide variety of parody songs that deal with serious issues in an amusing fashion. Written to the tune of Bob Marley’s Jammin’, Spamming shows what serious creatives must do to see their message hit target.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. Spamming (Parody of "Jamming") [feat. Stella]
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We’ve spent the last seven years creating a new genre that fuses songs, questionable poetry and prose to create engaging stories that are perfect for radio and interactive e-books… and now we’ve nailed it, we need to make sure as many people as possible see it. The trouble is, if you don’t have important friends, or a professional PR and Marketing budget to reach an audience… the only option you’ve got is to spam.

Sure, spamming may get a bad press, but it is nothing to be ashamed about. In practice it simply means building a list and sending out premium quality information to the right target.

We truly believe that today, spamming is the real face of artistic democracy. We see a future where the term ‘spam’ will no longer be synonymous with dodgy online medical pills, procedures, PPI claims, or blame / claim culture. As writers, we need the art of spam to get our message heard. We need it, or we’re nowhere… so thanks to a bit of help from Bob Marley and an opera singer – we’re taking SPAM back. www.kathrynandnick.com



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There are a lot of people on here who sing about spam hatred. This bunch are proud to spam! I'm not sure whether to be impressed or horrified. The singer is extremely good. And I can see the point of their message... but this is most definitely odd.

Lucy Davies

As an artist, I agree with the sentiments. We do need to spam to get our voices heard.