By Rico Panacea (@RicoPanacea)
(AllHipHop Rumors) Music and politics have a unique relationship with each other. Their lives are polar opposites as many politicians are conservative.
Musicians are free-flowing, careful and open to many adjusting conditions. Their environments are ideal for the same struggles most politicians attempt to avoid.However, every once and awhile you come across a few political figures who come from free-flowing backgrounds.
That's where the fun comes in and sometimes it creates internet magic.
The latest magic comes in the form of a random video post from the Utah House of Representatives. As the story goes, the representatives wished to explain how laws are made in a hip way.
The be more direct they wanted to explain how laws are created in the Hip-Hop way. I like to think of this video as Schoolhouse Rock for the hood.
Upon first viewing the post I thought it was going to be a corny interpretation of political mumbo jumbo. Being the music enthusiast I am I pressed anyway and here is where the magic began as I heard the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" intro play.
Let me put it like this, it's interesting to see people who can't rap attempt to rap because that's when you see who truly has potential to be cool. That makes this video hilarious to me, but I also felt bad after realizing that some people can truly be cool at heart and still end up working as a politician.
It's a cold world people and even the politicians are looking for an escape. Here's the part where I say make the most out of your life. Happy Sunday!