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Rapper Says Viral Back-To-School Remix By Two Georgia Teachers Is 'Better Than The Original'

Rapper Says Viral Back-To-School Remix By Two Georgia Teachers Is 'Better Than The Original'
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With schools reopening amid the pandemic, two Georgia teachers got creative to get students excited about heading back to school online by keeping their school spirit poppin' with a remix of a popular rap song.

When the video went viral, rapper Jack Harlow took notice of their remake of his hit “WHATS POPPIN".

Watch Harlow's original video here:

Jack Harlow - WHATS POPPIN (Dir. by @_ColeBennett_)

Teachers Callie Evans and Audri Williams collaborated on the lyrical remix that showcased not only the teachers' creative talents but the dance skills of the Monroe Comprehensive High School cheer squad which Williams coaches.

Each teacher shared their sections of the video to their individual Instagram accounts along with lyrics and personal messages.

We have come a long way since the matronly, tight lipped teacher stereotypes of old.

Get it ladies!

Jamel Overstreet directed the turned up teachers in the full music video available here:

What's Poppin' (Back to School Teacher Edition)

Harlow surprised the teachers in a Good Morning America (GMA) interview in which he praised their revised lyrics saying:

"Thank you for making my song better, you killed it—I love you guys."

You can watch the GMA interview here:

GMA also shared the interview on their Twitter feed.

The comments were filled with overwhelming support for the two educators, commending both their talent and dedication to students.

Some drew parallels between Evans and Williams and already famous musical artists.

Others speculated how Ben Shapiro is handling another confident female duo rapping.

Sorry Ben!

Williams responded to the GMA tweet with appreciation for her experience on the show.

We hope that everyone is able to both stay safe and enjoy this school year and look forward to hearing more from these talented teachers.