Show Some Love For the Science Rap Academy

I’ve posted about half of this year’s videos from the Science Rap Academy guided by rapper and educator Tom McFadden.  There are two I haven’t posted about that are worth at least as much love and sharing as the others.

Prey (Shake ’em Off) uses one of Taylor Swift’s more persistent earworms as the basis for explaining predator-prey relationships.

My personal favorite of this year’s crop is Proteins, probably because it builds off an even bigger earworm from Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj.  That the ladies in the video have pipes certainly helps (though that’s true for Prey as well).

I’m not sure when the next edition of Science Rap Academy will run, but I doubt it will be soon enough.


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