Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' gets the presidential treatment from Barack Obama
In case you needed a friendly reminder, Halloween is in two days. To get you hyped for the spookiest day of the year, President Barack Obama is here (in a manner of speaking) to soundtrack your trick-or-treating trips with Michael Jackson's "Thriller."
The latest dubbed video is brought to you by the folks of Baracks Dubs, who have spliced the Commander-In-Chief's vocals for nearly ever hit from Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" to Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars' "Uptown Funk."
For their latest act, the Prez brings the scary 1982 MJ cut to life. Most remembered for its epic short film of a music video, the King of Pop nailed his best zombie strut before The Walking Dead was a thought.
Shimmy to Obama's "Thriller" below. Living dead drag optional.
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