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Barack Obama Sings Iggy Azalea 'Fancy': Youtube Channel BarackDubs Gets Millions of Views With New Viral Video [Watch]

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First Posted: Aug 08, 2014 04:15 PM EDT
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The YouTube channel BarackDubs is back and this time it has U.S. President Barack Obama rapping and singing to the tune of "Fancy," a song by Iggy Azalea, TIME reports. The short video (1 min 17 secs) has been uploaded to YouTube two days ago and had already received more than 4 million views. Of course this it is not real but it is hilarious just the same. The president's voice seems to suit the music so well and the beat is repetitive but addictive. BarackDubs as usual has taken many snippets from various speeches given by the president, edited them and laid it to music, following the flow of Iggy Azalea's current hit single "Fancy." There had been several viral videos in the past with President Obama made to look like he was singing hits such as "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen, "Party in the USA" by Miley Cyrus, "Sexy Back" by Justin Timberlake and "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk." The new video is just as if not more fun. The latest video was released only last Tuesday and has already made it to the news. President Obama was shown in various settings giving speeches and talking about the issues that affect the nation. Interestingly, Iggy Azalea performed in last weekend's Lollapalooza where the eldest daughter of the president, 16-year old Malia, was spotted, according to US Magazine. He may not be one to sing to the latest hits but the US President is also a music lover and is a fan of Bob Dylan and James Brown. He told US Weekly in 2012 that he listens to the Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder and Jay Z on his iPod when he works out.

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