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10 Great Moments in White Rap History

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In honor of Northern State's appearance at Warehouse Live, Houstoned Rocks is proud to present 10 of the dorkiest and funniest moments in the history of melanin-challenged rap:

1. Here's a dorky guy who can impersonate LL Cool J, Mystikal and Digital Underground:

2. Houston's own Iced Out Eskimoz and their tribute in rhyme to Whataburger:

3. This kids will beg to have this tape destroyed in less than one year:

4. For a while in the '80s, the airwaves were plagued with terrible rap commercials. Here's a quintessential one from about 1989, with a couple of nerds going all Fat Boys over The Legend of Zelda.

5. A plump, pissed-off German kid. If Andy Milonakis was from Frankfurt, he'd be this dude:

6. Ever seen an Australian octogenarian bust a rhyme? No? You must harness the power of Skittles:

7. Rappin' Rove

8. Funky-fresh B-Boys gettin' jiggy

9. Okay, as a white person, at this point all I can say is "Please kill me, now..."

10. No, really, kill me...

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