Wanna Watch Insane Clown Cover House of Pain's "Jump Around?" Of Course You Do!
If you click the above image, you will be transported through the magical wonderfulness of the Internet over to YouTube, where you'll be able to watch the Insane Clown Posse cover House of Pain's "Jump Around" with Everlast from the original House of Pain nodding sagely in some shots. It's actually less of a pure cover (few rap songs are) and more of a Juggalofication of "Jump Around," with a few shots at the FBI—who hilariously enough thought Juggalos were a gang—thrown in for good measure.
Other notable rap cover-ish things that we just thought up off the top of our heads: Def Squad doing Sugar Hill Gang's "Rapper's Delight," Gunplay doing Trick Daddy's "Nann Nigga," and Lethal Bizzle doing his own song over again.
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