July 20, 2011

School of Rap

Did you know that I'm a rap-ologist? Truly, I am. For a really cool girl with an Arctic tan and a strong distaste for profanity, I know my way around some hip-hop. (Especially from the 2000s.)

I really should have been in the audience for Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake's History of Rap Part Deux. (See here for part one.)

Just as funny and adorable as the original, with even more recognizable rap gems for our generation. All sanitized for TV, too! Just the way I like it.

Prepare to be schooled in a few classics, and enjoy the hip-thrusting Salt and Pepa imitation in particular. I laughed out loud throughout - hope it brings you as many Wednesday morning giggles.

You may have to pause the Mac video a few posts south of this one. Not sure why it starts up automatically - sorry! Another day or so and it should be on the next page, so you won't be greeted with "Mac, can you smile?!" any longer.

Side note: I'm serious about the rap-ology. I'll have to give you a peek at my treadmill tunes playlist sometime. Real fans might roll their eyes at the edited versions, but it's what gets me going in a calorie-burning way!


Emily Emeneker said...

OMG! So funny! I needed that laugh today. And I honestly think that the raps from the 1990's are where it's at!

Rowena said...

So I need to know your playlist. Immediately.

StratPack said...

Thank for spreading the joy today. That was awesome! And I can't wait to show Nathan that I'm not the only one with a thing for late 90s/early 2000s hip hop. He is always floored by my playlist selection, so it's good to know someone out there would appreciate it!


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