Viral: Barack Obama Rap Remix Created for Pistons Center Andre Drummond

By Jim Liao
Jim Liao
Jim Liao
January 6, 2016 Updated: January 9, 2016

Presidential candidates aren’t the only ones looking to pile up votes.

The NBA all-star game starters are determined by fan voting, and the average fan is prone to overlooking deserving players.

Therefore, this promo is simply Pistons center Andre Drummond doing what he can to make sure fans don’t overlook. The hot track Obama flows to above is Drake’s “Jumpman”.

Sitting at the #8 seed with a 19-16 after several lackluster seasons, the Detroit Pistons may be a surprise to those who haven’t kept up with the basketball season. The Piston’s resurgence has to do with the breaking out of several young players, including Reggie Jackson, Kendavious Caldwell-Pope, and Drummond.

Drummond has been a double-double guy throughout his career, but this season he is averaging nearly a 20-20 at 18.1 points and 16.0 rebounds (first in the NBA) a game, cementing his status as one of the best centers in the game.

Actually, Drummond (148,278 votes) is third in voting among front court players in the East behind Lebron James (357,937 votes), and Paul George (283,785), so he is hardly getting overlooked. But we are all looking for a little juice to add to our campaigns right?

Jim Liao