Tariq, the lead singer of The Roots made a showing on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. It just so happened that Super Mario’s theme song got a touch of rap from the singer. Check it out.
New York city based designer Jay Shells uses quotes from rap and hip hop as very amusing, very interesting street signs for NYC. He has put up more than 30 street signs so far, most of them placed at locations appropriate or connected to the quote.
From the series of ERB (Epic Rap Battles) of History, comes this battle of Hitler and Vader.
We have featured videos from Coma Niddy before, and the dude has a way of taking on complex topics like nanotechnology in a mix of witty rap. This time around, it isn’t some scientific principle he’s rapping about, but quite the stuff of common sense what we all know but prefer to ignore. Perhaps this rap would be of help to understand why water and 100% fruit juice is good, and why the cola should go down the toilet.
Nanotech is not an easy thing to wrap your head around especially if you don’t quite understand scientific concepts. But music makes things easier and Coma Niddy (aka Mike Wilson) does a great job of explaining nanotechnology in simple terms and explaining what it may be used for. Checkout the video and see the power of nanotech unfold.
Via Wired Underwire