I'm with myrria; what did that have to do with EO Easter?
He just kept repeating "Eastern Orthodox Easter" with non-sequitor remarks about eggs and money and other random things that have nothing to do with EO Easter.
I might have appreciated the humour if the lyrics were even slightly witty, if his voice sounded half decent, and if his flow was actually on the beat.
On the subject of humurous religious rap, I have a file somewhere on my computer made by a group of three Coptic Orthodox youth from LA. It is a parody of the Kayne West "I ain't sayin' she a gold digger" song; it's titled "I ain't sayin' he a bad deacon". It's a witty "diss" of the older deacons who "hog the mic" from the younger ones during Liturgical service even when the younger ones are more capable and learned in Coptic chant than they. Maybe only a Copt would really see the humour in such a song, since such a thing happens quite alot--the "uncle" or the "older guy" gets ordained in his late years, and all of the sudden thinks he can run the show. I found it quite amusing; I might upload soon.