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President Obama Continues His Drake Cover Series With 'Jumpman'

Thanks to the Detroit Pistons.

His favorite song of 2015 may have been Kendrick Lamar's "How Much A Dollar Cost?," but President Obama sure seems to like rapping along to Drake.

Or, at least, the Internet sure seems to enjoy splicing together his words from speeches and setting them to Drake songs. Last month, the President gave us a little "Hotline Bling," and now he's at it again with Aubrey and Future's "Jumpman."

The video was actually made by the Detroit Pistons, who want to use it to get fans to vote for their starting center, Andre Drummond, for the All-Star Game. And they actually switched "Jumpman" with "Drummond" because why not?

Best part of this is definitely when Obama shouts "WOO!"

The Pistons are making a bit of a habit of using rap to engage with their fans. Before the season started, they got Eminem and Big Sean to guest star in their tip-off campaign. I'd say they're two for two so far.