Ian Cunningham, the man behind last year's hit, "Brady Pull Me Closer" is back with two new songs for the Patriot's 2018 Super Bowl attempt.
Cunningham sat down with Zito & Kera to chat about his new parodies, along with his friends Ian Biggs, Jemar Phoenix, Sarah Gonzalez, Amy Vento and Gina Jeannette.
One of his new hits is an ode to #87, Rob Gronkowski.
"The 'Gronk Song' is about two years in the making," Cunningham explained, "but the guy keeps getting hurt."
The Hooch's Jemar Phoenix gave us an exclusive acoustic performance of "Gronk Song," a parody sung to the tune of Sisqo's "Thong Song."
The Jets fan couldn't resist poking fun at Gronk's party-hard personality, writing, "No other liver could handle this."
Cunningham's other hit, "Amendola," is a sharp departure from his previous pop parodies.
"Amendola" is a hilarious "ballad" covering everything from Deflategate to #80's hair and butt, set to "Hallelujah," by Leonard Cohen.
Our favorite line?
"Tom Brady, you are the GOAT to us, but Danny's got a nicer butt. Is it your turn to shoot the Body Issue?" 🍑
Can't get enough? Check out the full interview below!