Perry Como has been honored with a statue outside the Canonsburg borough building. And everyone knows Bobby Vinton sang "Roses Are Red."
Now there’s reason to change tunes.
Pittsburgh rapper , known for his 2010 hit “Black and Yellow,” purchased a five-bedroom, four-bathroom house in Canonsburg, the website TMZ reported Wednesday.
The nearly $1-million purchase puts the rapper squarely in Steeler territory—and adds another commercially successful musician to Canonsburg’s residential history.
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This article first appeared on Canon-McMillan Patch.