Some Fucking Genius Combined Dr. Seuss and Migos and It's Fire
Someone rapped 'There's a Wocket in My Pocket' over "Walk It Talk It," which leads us to believe Dr. Seuss is the original Migo.
Just last month, Migos and Drake were scooting down Soul Train lines for their "Walk It Talk It" video but the internet has truly outdone itself this time. A rapper, Win Nevaluze, gave Dr. Seuss the viral treatment by lending the Atlanta trios high energy triplet flow to There's a Wocket in My Pocket. Injecting "Mama!" adlibs and the occasional "Brr!" the song and book sync perfectly—maybe a little too perfectly. It makes you wonder how many of their other infectious rhymes could be inspired by Dr. Seuss.
If we're reviving children's books, let's go hard or go home. The group has already rapped Llama Llama Red Pajama over "Bad & Boujee," so why stop at Wocket in My Pocket? Oh, The Places You'll Go, Green Eggs and Ham, and One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, all deserve to be rapped with rapid fire to "Handsome and Wealthy," "Fight Night," and "Stir Fry." And what better way to exercise your delivery than with Fox in Socks, THE book of tongue tanglers. To be honest, I'm not sure if Dr. Seuss was the original Migo, or if this rapper is the fourth Migo. Either way, Migos need to get to work because the world needs the rest of these. Do it for the kids.
Kristin Corry is a staff writer for Noisey. Follow her on Twitter.