British musician David Palmer is rapping against environmental destruction, but his efforts to save Mother Earth are getting him dragged through the dirt.
Palmer records environmentally conscious hip hop under the name "Dave In Charge."
Palmer released his biggest "hit," "Habitat," in March on YouTube. It's been viewed more than 135,000 times and received a slew of media coverage.
So far, the collective response to his flow can be summed up in three words: Worst. Rapper. Ever.
But Palmer is not a one-note Charlie as this anti-love song, "Screw Valentine's Day," amply demonstrates.