High school students made the best raps about science we’ve ever seen
Tom McFadden, science teacher extraordinaire, has his students write rap battles about science show-downs.
We’re a teeny bit obsessed with this one, about the race to model DNA:
Rosalind Franklin singing to the tune of “Hollaback Girl”: perfection.
They do sustainability beats too — here’s one about saving fish:
As NPR reports, science-class raps are a bit of a trend. New York public schools participated in a contest called Science Genius B.A.T.T.L.E.S.:
The students researched and wrote rhymes about everything from gravity to evolution. Each school sent one group to the finals, where they were judged by a panel that included Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA.
Now, if that’s not worth learning a little science for, we don’t know what is.