The radio personality released the new Thanksgiving-themed song on Wednesday (Nov. 23) with an accompanying music video that shows Rosenberg getting his bars from various locations, such as the studio and in his home.
“I used to pray for times like this to eat like this/ So I had to cook like this, serve wine like this/ And I had to work hard on mom’s apple crisp,” Rosenberg raps in the same cadence that Meek does on his classic record. “And I went to the store to buy cheese puffs and grits/ See my mom come up and so does my dad/ Ask my girl to marry me and she said, yes I do.”
He continued:Hold on, wait a minute/ You thought I was done?/ ‘Got to serve desserts so sweet you need a dentist/ Got a salad with some pecans and some vinaigrette and spinach/ Seconds for the family, I’m Captain Bear’s lieutenant/ ‘Got to eat all the cake until my belt is broken.”
The song – which you can listen to below – comes a day before millions of people across the country will sit down with their family and friends, stuffing their faces with all kinds of food to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Peter Rosenberg’s 2022 Thanksgiving Bars are the latest addition to the a series of fun songs celebrating the holidays. Over the years, Rosenberg has rapped over several instrumentals such as Bias “A lot of money,” Drake’s “Money in the Grave” Kendrick Lamar’s “DNA,” Megan Thee Stallions “Savage” and more, all of which can be found on Soundcloud.
As Rosenberg continues to blast rhymes for the holiday season, others are finding ways to celebrate by giving back to their communities, like 50 Cent. The G-Unit mogul held a Thanksgiving Turkey giveaway earlier this week in Houston, Texas.
The giveaway was in partnership with the rapper’s G-Unity foundation as well as Kroger and Spec’s. As part of the giveaway, 1,000 families were treated to a turkey, a plate of food and a ticket voucher to an upcoming Rockets home game.
“I just want them to have a great Thanksgiving and enjoy themselves, you know what I’m saying?” 50 told KPRC at the event. “I’m actually coming in here in fashion. My kids have worked here and put it together, so I’ve got to catch up and put in more work so they don’t look at me like I got them out here first.”
Elsewhere, Quality control has been taking care of the Atlanta community this holiday season with its annual Thanksgiving Senior Luncheon and Thanksgiving-themed Pop-Up Grocery Market.
In partnership with Goodr, the lunch went down on Monday (November 21), serving a total of 300 local senior citizens at Baptist Towers Senior Home.
The following day, the brand (home to Lil Baby, Lil Yachty and more) held its pop-up market for an additional 300 pre-registered families, with each group provided with Thanksgiving turkeys and all the trimmings for a complete holiday meal.