I'm telling no jokes when I tell you that Hamburger Helper just dropped a mixtape. It's the mixtape nobody asked for. And in all seriousness, it's really hot. Like better than "The Life Of Pablo" hot.
The new mixtape, Helper, features five original tracks and two music videos. You can listen to the greatest mixtape of all time about Helper here:
Helper collaborated with McNally Smith College of Music students, along with Twin Cities artists, Dequexatron X000 (DJ Tiiiiiiiiiip & Bobby Raps), and Twitter, Vine and Snapchat rising star, Retro Spectro, to produce rhymes and beats that encapsulate Helper’s cunningly entertaining and relatable brand. The Helper mixtape, titled Watch the Stove, gives up-and-coming artists like the students at McNally Smith a platform to share their original music.
After about 100k first listens, the mixtape has officially gone viral and Twitter users have begun posting initial reviews:
Hamburger Helper just dropped the most fire mixtape of 2016 ohmygod— MacDoesIt (@Machaizelli) April 1, 2016
if you're a DJ this weekend and don't already have the hamburger helper mixtape on deck just quit now— Aaron Edwards (@aaronmedwards) April 1, 2016
hamburger helper mixtape better than anything J Cole dropped recently— SELL WALCOTT (@BasedChasen) April 1, 2016
So there you have it: Helper is a winner... and probably one of the best brand April Fool's Day stunts that will ever be pulled. Kudos to Liana Miller, creative lead for Helper and to her team for pulling off this legendary stunt.