NFL Hype Songs: Four Tracks Inspired by Football's Final Four
This Sunday's NFL conference championships will determine which two teams will be headed to Super Bowl XVLI in Indianapolis on Sunday, February 5.
Until then, the league's final four teams will be duking it out for a shot at football immortality when the San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants square off in the NFC championship, while the Baltimore Ravens battle the New England Patriots for the AFC title.
Thankfully, Tim Tebow and Jesus took out the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of the playoffs so we won't be hearing Whiz Khalifa's "Black and Yellow" on repeat until at least next season.
Fortunately for us, Bay Area rapper Bailey came up with a track of his own to keep football spirits high with his Niners-inspired song, "Who's Got It Better."
The tune takes its lead hook from 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh's family motto, which is the team's locker-room mantra. Harbaugh asks: "Who's got it better than us? Nobody."
Follow the jump to hear Bailey's track as well as songs inspired by the other teams playing this weekend.
San Francisco 49ers - "Who's Got It Better Than Us" Talk about inspirational. Harbaugh has used the motto to motivate his team all season. The result? A very respectable 13-3 record and one win shy of the Big Game.
New York Giants - "We Fly High" The New York Giants shattered the Green Bay Packers dreams of repeating as champs last week. Eli Manning has his team flying high for sure.
Baltimore Ravens - "Get Your Caw Out" A much better alternative to the Khalifa knock-off "Black and Purple."
New England Patriots - "Patriots Crank" We're not exactly sure how to do the Tom Brady, but if it includes winning and Gisele Bundchen it can't be all that bad.
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