Published Mar 01, 2018Eventually every semi-professional, goofy adult thinks it'd be a great idea to deliver a hokey rap video in an attempt to reach the youth. But the Utah House of Representatives have taken the genre of conservative dork rap to the next level, releasing the magnum opus of cringe-worthy hip-hop videos.
As first observed by Robert Maguire, a group of politicians have parodied the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air song to describe how a bill is made. Their version is simply called "Fresh Prints of Bills Here."
The janky Photoshop at the start of the video suggests this will be a disaster, but what follows goes beyond comprehension. Each politician raps as if they have just discovered human speech patterns, offering alien-like delivery of truly embarrassing one-liners. Their rhythms are all over the place, and each clip is somehow more inept than the last.
You can't dress up political jargon in a hip-hop song, although these embarrassing people certainly tried. It's an uncannily bad video, so much so that it deserves our respect.
Face your fears and watch the whole thing below.
The Utah House of Representatives made a rap video about how a bill becomes law, and somehow it's worse than you would expect pic.twitter.com/Dq3U7RwGBu— Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) March 1, 2018