Recycling never sounded so cool! Thanks to a group of senior boys at Georgia's Marist School,
taking care of the environment is "So Fresh And So Green." The students recently released a winning rap video as part of the Green School Alliance's Green Cup Challenge. Set to the tune of Outkast's 2001 hip-hop classic, "So Fresh, So Clean," the group raps and shows off their moves while sending out their "go green" message. Their clever lyrics emphasize that from turning off lights to properly disposing of recyclable materials, even the simplest of actions can improve our environment.
In other awesome education raps, the spirited students at Westerville South High School came up with a song to tackle exponents which uses Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass" as its tune. Meanwhile, New York students took on photosynthesis in their new rap video, which teaches viewers about the biological process.
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