Moms Lay Down the Law in Amusing Rap Music Video [VIDEO]
Two moms express the highs and lows of motherhood in an original rap song.
The video opens with Alicia Keys’ “Girl on Fire” and the mothers dedicate the song to mothers around the world. “This one’s for you,” one of them says. Then, things get interesting.
Dinner on the stove, cookies in the oven,
hands off the food ‘til it’s done—I ain’t bluffin’.
A fun aspect of the music video is that the mothers incorporate their homes and children into their song, which adds to the authenticity and amusement that is the daily life of a mother.
Hugs, kisses, cough syrup makes it better.
When my kids gets sick I’m the illest caregiver.
Cold, cough, fever, or sweat,
I got the Vick’s Vapor Rub to rub on their chest.
And the song just keeps getting better. A man guest raps in the middle of the song, singing “This girl is on fire,” making the song sound more professional and adding a bit of seriousness to the parody of these lyrics.
I’m a M-O-M, don’t you ever forget!
Oh, we won’t! These moms mean business as they list off their daily chores and motherhood duties, showing clips of their children participating. The two moms assist each other in their raps and collaborate at times when their duties are the same.
And other times, the scenes focus on one mother and her children separately.
Cruisin’ down the street and my baby throws a tantrum.
Get my momma face ‘cause I know he don’t want none.
4, 3, 2, and to the 1,
When the countin’ is done, it’s time out, son.
And these are just a few of the verses in this creative and too-true song! Take a listen and watch the music video below!