Google Employee Gives Guided Tour In Rap Video
As if Google weren’t already a household name, one New York employee recently made a rap video that will have the search giant’s name running through your head day and night. Andrew Finkelstein, 25 and a self-described hip-hop artist, released a rap video called “Welcome to Google,” in which he walks viewers through Google’s headquarters with what may be the catchiest-ever rap chorus, definitely giving Snoop and Eminem a run for their money.
“Welcome to Google, this is the Googleplex.
The home of where the future’s kept.
Welcome to Google, this is the Googleplex.
There’s no telling what we’re doing next,” Fink raps in the video.
So why is Fink at Google and no on MTV or BET? Well, “Fink” worked at a couple of ad companies, record labels and radio stations before finding himself in the sales department at Wildfire, a social media marketing group that was acquired by Google last year. Apparently, he’s found a way to put his talents to use for his new bosses. Hope the appreciate it. Would you like to see Fink in other Google promos? Or should he leave Google behind and look for a record contract?
I want more stuff like this!