In his latest mashup of kids cartoons with rap music New York-based video editor Adam Schleichkorn, aka ‘Mylo the Cat,’ gives us Daffy Duck as Coolio.
Which means we also get Porky Pig as L.V. as classic Looney Toons cartoons are cleverly edited to perform Coolio’s 1995 hip hop hit ‘Gangster’s Paradise.’
It’s not often that rappers make songs about their cats, even less frequent that they actually rap to their cats.
But Dan Bull isn’t your ordinary rapper and in this song from his new album ‘Hip Hop Hooray’ he delivers some lyrics about his beloved feline.
You’re not doubt aware that Britain has a new prime minister, one that nobody elected but there we are.
But what you’re probably not aware of is that Teresa May is a pretty badass rapper—put the beat from Fresh Prince of Bel Air behind her and you get this. Wack.
If you find rap jargon difficult to understand then English rapper and comedian Doc Brown is here to help.
With his “Slang 101″ he breaks down the meaning behind the language so you can understand WTF rappers are rapping about, blud.
The internet has meant that anyone with a cameraphone and some time to spare can make a video about anything they want and get an audience.
Case in point is this British teenager who, no doubt pumped on too much sugar, has made a next level rap video about… Orangina. Behold its awesomeness.
Armed with a boombox and some spectacles and his freestyle raps, this guy dressed as a nerd goes to the hood to bust some rhymes.
It helps his prank that he can rap incredibly well so he isn’t just laughed out of town or chased away in anger.
Looks like Goldie Lookin Chain might have a new member, as this best man from Wales pulled out a badass rap for his speech.
Decked out in a green Adidas tracksuit top, he starts busting out some embarrassing lyrics while also praising the groom for his culinary skillz as a “bacon technician.”
The words “freestyle improvised rapper” and “proudly-educated middle class white boy” should never normally go together, but comedian Chris Turner is the exception to that rule.
Taking leftfield audience suggestions—Dyson Hoover, hurling, fork, chestnut mushrooms and leggings—he lays down some rhymes over the beats of none other than MF Doom.? Sick, bro.