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Last updated on August 5th, 2017 at 01:58 pm
Vermont – the whitest place in the US; when Vermonters say “Yo”, the second syllable is always “gurt” – presents rap trio X10:
The New York Times loves these kids:
The quiet streets and low crime rates of Vermont have worked their way into the hip-hop world, thanks to a rap video called “802,” made by three students at Montpelier High School.
“Up in Vermont, this is how we do, we got one area code, and it’s 802,” rap Colin Arisman and Luke Martin, who wear white polo shirts and start the video by hopping out of a white Toyota Scion.
The rap pokes fun at Vermont institutions and stereotypes like dairy products and snowplows.
The NYT doesn’t generally go in for this sort of cultural mockery.
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