A random YouTube user recently found some old home movie footage of his grandparents throwing a party in the 1960s. Then, he dubbed over it with the popular hip-hop song "Black and Yellow" by Wiz Khalifa. The outcome is simply perfect.

I don't know which part is my favorite. Obviously, the leading contender is just over a minute into the fan-made music video, when a very intoxicated man takes off his shirt and tries to dance with a Shriner. ("Black and yellow, black and yellow.") But it's also pretty great, when the rest of the Shriners show up wearing strange jewelry. (Black and yellow, black and yellow.") The most understated moment—and perhaps my favorite—is when the dapper man in a red jacket feeds his friend a marshmallow. ("Black and yellow, black and yellow.")


On an entirely unrelated note, did you know that Wiz Khalifa has his own strain of weed called Khalifa Kush that he gets for free at all times? That would probably go pretty well with this found footage too. [Spotify, Amazon, iTunes]

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