The Cacaman: Shittin' on the Industry (partially found parody music album and music videos; mid-2000s)

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The cacaman album.jpeg

Album cover.

Status: Partially Found (Album) Found (Music Videos)

Date found: 23 Dec 2020 (NastyCrap video) 30 Dec 2020 (A lotta Caca)

Found by: HardSnake (NastyCrap Video) Xolo (A lotta Caca and Ain't got much of a Smile video) YXVNGBLVNT (Crap Dat video)

The Cacaman: Shittin' on the Industry is a music album by the rapper Álvaro Vega (Now known as Communion) consisting of parodies of popular songs like Crank Dat or Sexy Back with Escathological lyrics; the record label of the album is Big $hit Records.

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The album was released in 2007,[1] with music videos released on MySpace and YouTube, three music videos were made, "NastyCrap" (parody of "SexyBack" by Justin Timberlake), "Crap Dat" (parody of "Crank Dat" by Soulja Boy) and "Ain't Got Much of a Smile" (this one is an original song which has nothing to do with poop), which were taken down as of April 25th, 2008,[2]and because of this, The Cacaman's songs and videos became harder to find with the years.

The album has a page on, but it's not available to listen to,[3] the album can't be found in most websites.

The lyrics of the song "NastyCrap" were found.[4]

A gif of the music video "NastyCrap" was found on[5] which proves that the music video was reuploaded to YouTube but later taken down.

On December 5th, 2020, User HardSnake found the album on a torrent website BUT THE .Torrent file was broken. On December 23th, 2020, the music video of "NastyCrap" was entirely found on a website.

On December 30th, 2020, the YouTuber Xolo uploaded a 50-second snippet of the song "A lotta Caca" and the "NastyCrap" music video to YouTube, said user also reuploaded the "Ain't Got Much of a Smile" music video on January 26th, 2021, another user uploaded the music video of the song "Crap Dat" to YouTube on March 6th, 2021.

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