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The Lonely Island Releases Funny New Single 'I F***ed My Aunt' Featuring T-Pain

May 16, 2013 (9:25 am) GMT
The incest-themed jam by the comedy trio is the latest release from their 'Wack Wednesdays' series.

The Lonely Island boys, , Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone, joined by rapper debut their wacky new song "I F***ed My Aunt". The funny new single is the second track to be released off their "Wack Wednesdays" series, which kicked off last week with the star-studded video "Spring Break Anthem".

"I F***ed My Aunt" reunites the comic trio with their "I'm on a Boat" collaborator as they proudly rap about their sexual escapades in the two-and-a-half-minute-long song while T-Pain handles the hook for the incest-themed single. Tackling such a disturbing taboo, the four guys manage to pump the humor into the auto-tuned track.

After Samberg, Schaffer and Taccone go on with their seemingly nonsensical but humorous, individual verses, T-Pain sort of scolds the trio, saying, "Oh, I can't believe it / They f***ed their aunts / I mean, I f***ed my aunt too / But you don't see me making songs about it." He ends up asking, "I mean what is sex really? before finally realizing and concluding he did have the incestuous act with his aunt."

The track is said to be included in their forthcoming new studio album aptly titled "" coming out in less than a month's time on June 11. The expectedly hilarious compilation will feature collaborations with , , , and .



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