Prankster rappers Das Racist recruited a not-entirely-convincing Michael Jackson impersonator for "Michael Jackson," the first video from their debut album, Relax. The clip is at least theoretically a tribute to the King of Pop's "Black or White" video, but the best bits are perverse ideas that don't have much to do with the late singer, such as closeups on rich-looking white people mouthing along to the words "Michael Jackson/ A million dollars/ You feel me?"
Das Racist 'Michael Jackson'
First video from their debut album 'Relax'
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