Video for Lupe/Kanye/Pharrell/Yorke Collabo Gets Unofficially Kidz-Bopped


It takes a pretty impressive video to make us report on a song that's more than eight months old. Thus is the case with the "unofficial" new video for CRS' "Us Placers" Nah Right introduced us to today. CRS being the rap supergroup of Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco and Pharrell Williams. If that trifecta of talent wasn't enough, the trio utilize a sample from Thom Yorke's "The Eraser" on the track. The new video, which seems like the best Kids-R-Us commercial ever, features four ten-years-olds emulating the marquee talent, right down to their clothing and mannerisms, with Little Kanye busting out those venetian-blind sunglasses and the "diamonds in the sky" salute. While the kid who portrays Thom Yorke looks more like a mini-Josh Groban than the Radiohead frontman, it's not enough to detract for the sheer enjoyment of this video, which we've short-listed along with Snoop Dogg's "Sensual Seduction" as among the year's best.

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