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K-Fed ready for "K-Pax"-worthy reviews

This weekend, Kevin Federline told the Associated Press that he is ready for the backlash that will result from his first venture into white rapper territory. In a few months, the human race will have to subject another one of its senses to the craptastic creation that is Kevin Federline when his album hits store shelves.

Judging by his debut single "PopoZao," which got 2 million hits in eight days on his Web site, his tunes will resemble a cross between Marky Mark's "I Need Money" and the sound of an old Volvo engine. Although he claims he and the Britster have collaborated, he says he is waiting to include those songs on his next album (oh shit, we should expect another one?).

This is not good.


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