"Back in the day, there were no cookies in the tin, just sad buttons, but now we counting our blessings."
It's pretty effective, tbqh.
"I might be small, but my bank account is big."
Today we're gonna wrap presents!
All the hits.
UPDATE: It has now been suggested LaBeouf copied lyrics from a 1999 song.
And one of them even raps in Bengali!
It's caption competition time!
"Is it that time of month?"
"One's a form of music, while the other's a felony."
He was 19 when he dropped this freestyle.
Cops have fun, too.
Young blood got mad street cred.
Tupac Amaru Shakur aka Lesane Parish Crooks.
Today's clubbing protocol: If you can't dance, dry hump.
Plus New York's most influential tweeters, José Reyes freestyles on Sportsnet, and Nickelback’s intoxicating elixir.
Thank you, Jeopardy gods, for giving us the category "It's A Rap."
Sick of rappers always rapping about rapping? Yeah... So is Tyler Doolittle.
Surrey Police now doing Fresh Prince, having left their Vanilla Ice phase behind.
She displayed her rhyming talent on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night.
The horse mask is so 2012. Long live the frog head in 2013!
"It's getting hot in here, so take off all your robes."
I made my parents drive me to the closest town with more than one movie theater so I could pay money to see this film.
Most rappers should aspire to be this two year old.
It's really not Mylo's fault for getting mad, he's just a cat, and he's doing cat stuff. What!
Christine Todd Whitman, former governor of New Jersey, busted out the rhymes to raise awareness for mother Earth.
The year was 1989. Inexplicably, Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter, councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown, federal judge Renee Cardwell Hughes, and pals attended Leadership Inc.'s 30 anniversary.
Ah great, McDonald's is hiring away all the rapping robots.
An awesome employee at the McDonalds near UCSD in La Jolla, California brightening up peoples days (or nights in this case) with a unique order taking technique and a song about sauces. (Via theinternettoday.net.)
While going through some old VHS tapes I found at my parents house, I came across this little gem. (Via
Just two white guys rapping.
ME SO HOLY. Yup, for real.
M.C. Dave Berzack is a web developer and a rapping talent. In his first single he's rapping about developing websites.
He's in a church with some guns and some cash
A rap with auto-tuned cats. Did I really just write that?
Amy Winehouse tried to make us listen to her rapping, and we said no (no, no).
Forget the Genius Bar, one of the Internet's favorite tweeters, Ice T, shows you how to fix a broken Macbook.
If ever there were an example of turning adversity into opportunity, this man is it.