Friday, Monday

April 4, 2011

There’s been a lot of hype recently over a very unpopular, ear-worm of a song called Friday by Rebecca Black.  Garnering primarily negative reviews and harsh responses from across the web, Rebecca Black, through her new hit single, has simultaneously become a success and an enemy of the state over night.  I figured, something this big is bound to catch the eye of at least one amazing Star Wars fan.  As it turns out, I was right, confirming that Star Wars fans really are the most creative fans in the universe.  Here are just a few of the parodies I found:

 

 

 

 

If you’ve found a Star Wars themed image, video, sound byte, or article parodying Rebecca Black, please comment on this article and include it in your comment.

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…And some other classic Hip-hop-based, Star Wars tributes and parodies.

College Humor usually has the funniest videos on the YouTube.  For this amazing Star Wars tribute, CH took the track from Jay-Z’s Empire State of Mind and spun it out in a way only Vader, himself, can deliver.  Check it out:

Granted, Star Wars and Hip hop have been romancing for a while now.  The first entry on this site was for the Star Wars Gangsta Rap.  But seriously, everyone loves Star Wars, even real, hardcore, gangsta rappers like Immortal Technique.

**A LITTLE FOREWARNING, THIS NEXT CLIP IS ABSOLUTELY EXPLICIT, VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED**

Did you notice how well real, murder rap and Star Wars just seemed to flow together in that clip?  It’s as though the Force cannot deny the flow of a sick Hip hop beat, and Hip hop can’t deny epic coolness of Star Wars.  Even Snoop Dogg showed up to help promote the Adidas/Star Wars line.

Missed him?  How about this one?

See what I mean, now?  Star Wars and Hip hop were born to be lovers.  Even Yoda can’t deny his feelings.

Let’s start this off right, yo!  There’s only one way to commence a blog about the amazing and hilarious things that people made in reaction to Star Wars: with a rap.  A Star Wars Gangsta Rap, to be specific.