Obama rapping Azalea's Fancy

Last updated 14:17 07/08/2014
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YouTube channel baracksdubs makes President Barack Obama raps Fancy by Iggy Azalea.

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The President of the US, Barack Obama, is so Fancy and can rap just like Iggy Azalea, if an internet mash-up is anything to go by.

A YouTube account called baracksdubs has posted a video of Obama appearing to rap over Azalea's hit song, although, admittedly, it's a compilation of the President speaking at various events.

So while Obama himself didn't go out and cover the Mullumbimby rapper's hit, the mash-up is a convincing enough version of what it would be like if he did.

In the video, Obama's speeches are spliced together so he appears to be rapping: " First things first, I'm the realist. Drop this, let the whole world feel it."

"And I'm still in the murder business. I could hold you down, like I'm giving lessons in physics.

"You should want a bad b***h like this. Drop it low and pick it up just like this."

Obama has never actually dropped the "b" word however the person behind baracksdubs has somehow made it sound like he has with some clever splicing.

The President even appears to rap the chorus "I'm so fancy".

Other videos on the account show Obama taking on other hits such as Justin Timberlake's SexyBack and Lady Gaga's Born This Way.

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