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It’s tough to top the awesomeness of The Lonely Island‘s infamous music video of “I’m On A Boat”.
But 5 girls with mad rhymes who decided to spoof the spoof and release “I’m On A Bike” comes really close!
Read on to see BOTH hilarious videos!
If you haven’t seen the “I’m On A Boat” video yet, you must be living in a cave somewhere.
“The music video reached number one on YouTube in February 2009 and was number one on the U.S. iTunes music video chart. The Lonely Island has also performed the song live on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon with The Roots filling in for T-Pain.”
It’s no secret around here that we totally love cycling.
It’s a great means of eco-friendly transportation and a fun way to stay fit. We’ve talked about everything from how not to die while commuting on your bike to bike DIY projects, and now we’re adding gangsta rapping about cycling to the list.
So in honor of World Carefree Day (which occurred earlier this week), check out both videos below.
NOTE: The original “I’m On A Boat” video is riddled with profanities… with the F-bomb playing a dominant role. It doesn’t do so without reason, however. The song is a parody of many rap video cliches, including the opulence and profanity typically flaunted in popular rap videos.
If you’d prefer, check out the edited version of “I’m On A Boat”. Consider yourself warned.
You may want to watch the original “I’m On A Boat” video first, or the spoof video of “I’m On A Bike” might not make much sense.
You’re also going to want to head over to our friends at Elephant Journal for even more “I’m On A Bike” video spoofs.
Happy Friday and have a great weekend!
I think every little step toward living green is an awesome one… but eco-snobbery sucks! My goal is to help newbies learn the most important steps toward living green — individually and collectively. Personally, I strive to have as little impact as possible on Planet Earth while I'm here.