HTC Mocks Competition in Unintentionally Hilarious Rap

Samsung has released some embarrasingly bad rap videos in the hopes of promoting their brand before. In fact, Samsung’s videos are often so bad that by the time I go to post them, the company has already taken down the videos. Now it’s HTC’s turn, and unlike Samsung, they’re standing by their cheesy rap video. The video is embedded above. Below, I’ve included a behind the scenes look at the making of the video (also cringe-worthy) and the lyrics, in case you want to learn this rap for your next get together.

Y’all can’t be serious man.

Y’all trying to fight us now?

You know what I’m saying?

It took you six years to get what we got in two years!


You don’t know who we be?


And we about to say it loud.

HTC, we hold the crown,

Word to Peter Chou.

Biting our frame, but you’ll never steal or take away our name, baby,

look at here, and listen.

You’re smartphone scared,

They don’t want to clash with a Titan,

They saw that M8 debut,

They became enlightened.

Where I’m from, you don’t ever get respect for biting.

HTC One M8 is the best,

You are all invited.

Your phone was all glass,

Why you changed your tune now?

Your chip is slower,

But you’ll never touch our BoomSound.

More than a few clowns stole what we originated,

We own the universe, your Galaxy is overrated.

It took you copycats six times to get it right,

My One M8 is far too great, you’ll never touch this light

Gorilla Glass 3, Duo Sensor, dual speakers,

HTC is MVP your smartphone’s on the bleachers,

Internal battery strong,

But if my power’s low,

I stay alive with Extreme Power Saving Mode,

Make like the nerdy bloggers

Put it in your pocket now,

HTC cannot be beat,

Help me say it now!


I say it loud,


You know that we hold the crown,


Yeah, HTC,

The greatest smartphone ever created baby,

One M8,

Far too great for y’all competition,

So stop, look and listen,

I say it loud,

We hold the crown,

My word to Peter Chou.


Please don’t release anything like this again, HTC. That goes for all tech companies thinking about getting into rap. Just… don’t.

Source: 9to5Mac



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