The 10 best funny rap parody videos greatly imitate the style and vocals of the original rap artist’s songs and vocals. These amusing rap parodies are made by funny satirist and comedians performing highly popular songs.
- "Obama" Keegan-Michael Key and Nicole Parker made a great duo parodying Rihanna ft. Jay-Z's "Umbrella." The song starts with Obama supporting Mrs. Clinton, more so in the sack than for the presidential election. His line "I want to put my ballot in your slot" was a classic and it one of the best funny rap parody videos ever.
- "White & Nerd" Weird "Al" Yankovic is the king of funny rap parodies. Weird Al decided to put a different spin on rapper Chamillionaire's Grammy-winning song "Ridin" and transformed the video to focus a white nerdy guy who wants to be trendy and cool yet fails miserably at it.
- "Amish Paradise" One of the greatest rap parody by Weird Al where he glamorizes the lifestyle of the Amish community. The parody is copied from rap artist Coolio's "Gangsta Paradise" and set in the same way as the original music video except the portrayal of the Amish life is very simple and technology challenged.
- "Country Slammer" Who knew George W. Bush was a hip-hop head? Frank Caliendo plays W on Mad TV's parody of Nelly's "Country Grammar.” While Dubya shows off his lyrical flow with the help of his sidekick, Lil' Dick Cheney, everyone surround them with cowboy hats on while the video girls don prison gear.
- "Imposter" Snow's "Informer" became "Imposter" as Jim Carrey parodied him for being a fake Rasta with no street credibility who has better chance working in a fast food establishment. Unfortunately, being an "imposter" comes with a price as true Rastas surrounds Jim Carrey’s Snow and attacks him.
- "Hidin' in my Closet" Frank Calidedo recurring roles as George W. Bush parodies Eminem's "Cleaning Out My Closet." Bush raps about his trials and tribulations during his presidency, but nothing is worse than pissing off dear Momma Bush and his only solution from seeing her is hiding in the closet.
- "Baby Got Snacks" Sir-Mix-A-lot's "Baby Got Back" gave props to women with a big booty, but Jamie Foxx's rendition represented the overweight ladies, serving them with buffet size dinners to maintain their sizes.
- "The Wrong Song" Aries Spears' parody of Sisqo's "The Thong Song" turns out to be “The Wrong Song" as numerous overweight women is seen on the beach prancing around wearing two piece bikinis. Spears sporting platinum hair and throwing glitter around him makes the rap parody funnier than the women in the video itself.
- "White, White, Baby" Jim Carrey once again parodied another rap song Vanilla Ice's "Ice, Ice Baby." His funniest moment was missing "funky" moves while trying to keep up with his background dancers and reciting the one-line of the children song "I'm a Little Teapot."
- "Sensible Deduction" Keegan-Michael Key's parody of Snoop Dogg's "Sensual Seduction" is a friendly reminder to everyone to pay their taxes on April 15th while he remember to use his seven children as write-offs. Keegan's portrayal of Snoop Dogg's rapping style down to the clothes and women in the music video is hilarious.
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