Stephanie in all her pink haired cheeriness just can’t take the nasty out of Lil’ Jon. So while the assorted awesomeness of hip hop mashed up against our kids’ favorites shared by Cole earlier today is disturbingly hilarious, you’d do well to kick the kids out of the room before watching it. Oh, and that goes for this post too.
Some parents get all ferklempt when folks start messing with their kids’ characters. But if your five-year-old is perusing YouTube, you’d be better off spending your time worrying about something else. . . namely, them. The rest of you? Check out Cole’s post on Unreality Magazine’s list of Twelve of the Best Kids Show/Rap Mash-Ups.They use the word “rap” loosely. Right Said Fred? Really guys? That’s actually the lamest on the list anyway – because who wants to watch Hannah/Miley/Smiley/Achy Breakying Daddy’s Heart and hear the words “I’m too sexy?” Ew. Just ew.
The Lil’ Jon and Lazy Town mash up, however, is pure art. The others are clever, although they’re your basic “take video clip, lay new song over” design (with impeccable timing – check Mr. Krabs eye-popping action in the Spongebob/Eminem’s “Just Lose It” video). Mixing Stephanie’s “Gotta Do the Cooking by the Book” with Lil’ Jon dropping the mother of all f bombs? G-f’ing-en-i-ous. Warning: listening to Lil’ Jon might destroy your vocabulary. It will also get you thinking about all the funny things you found while wandering around YouTube when you’re stuck with only a computer to amuse your pre-schooler (long story, so let’s just say hooray for hulu).
In other words? They were missing some of my favorites. So here’s another taste of rappers doing it kid’s school:
Dora, Dora, Dora the Whore-a!
How does Pablo push it?
Fraggle caught in your throat?
They call him Charlie 3000.