Monday, October 17, 2011

Monday music: "Order of Operations rap"

Don't say I never shared a rap, er, song.


(thx to reader CR)

8 comments:

Barbara said...

Thank you for that Monday morning laugh - that was great!

Andrew said...

This video is beyond me at almost every level...and yet I kind of enjoyed it. A bit like Jonathan Edwards really.

Persis said...

A lot hipper than Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally or Go Eat My Dad's Anchovy Sandwiches.

Herding Grasshoppers said...

Awesome :D Now I will, reluctantly, admit that rap may have a purpose. Hope his students appreciate that.

Yah, we're all old school up here, with Please excuse my dear Aunt Sally.

Tragically unhip.

Julie

Rachael Starke said...

Like I told CR, perhaps the one reason the resurgence in Reformed Rap is no helpful is the way it encourages people who should stay waaaaaaay far away from it. ;)

I also note that Shai Linne's new album on the Attributes of God drops 11/1. Just as a .....helpful contrast.

David Regier said...

Among the many bands I've played for in the last few years, one of my favorites was an educational band called "Rockin' the Standards". "Place Value Rap" is here: http://youtu.be/bWgZsJmATsI Unfortunately, the video stops before the screaming guitar solo by my friend Ben Jacobs.

Daryl said...

Now there's a guy who cares about his students.

That alone made me enjoy it (and I do mean...alone)

Wendy said...

I'm not sure whether I was more embarrassed for him, or inspired by him for caring about his students enough to do something that embarrassing.