Rapper says teachers' viral back to school rap was 'better than the original'
Two teachers from Georgia "tapped in" to welcome students back to the new normal of online learning amid the ongoing pandemic with a rap video that has quickly captured everyone's attention on the internet.
Audrianna Williams and Callie Evans showed off their impressive rapping and dance skills with original lyrics set to the tune of Jack Harlow's "What's Poppin'" to get students excited about the start of this unique school year.
The music video of the two Monroe Comprehensive High School teachers from Albany, Georgia, which was shot and edited by Jamel Overstreet, has garnered nearly 300,000 views on Instagram and captured the attention of the artist who rapped the original verse.
"I can't even tell y'all how amazing you are," Harlow told Williams and Evans over a surprise live video introduction on "Good Morning America" Thursday.