White rappers back again in BBH milk video


BBH, the agency behind Smirnoff's "Tea Partay" video, goes back to the well of White People Rapping with this slick Yeo Valley (pronounced "Yo! Valley") milk advert. Sustainable farming has never been more urban. There's also a new Web site where eventually you'll be able to play a mini-game called "Farmony," because every site needs a mini-game, right? And there's a YeoTube channel with some other harmonious songs, one made from spliced sounds of Yeo Valley and one pop ditty called "Reasons to be Cheerful" that haven't nearly as many views. White People Rapping certainly has staying power. I'd put it up there between Kids Acting Like Adults and Monkeys Acting Like Humans.

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