Watch the Utah State Legislature rap badly while explaining how a bill becomes a law

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SALT LAKE CITY — The complex nature of how a bill becomes a law got broken down by members of the Utah House of Representatives with a hip-hop beat.

Set to Will Smith’s theme of “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air,” representatives give an accurate depiction of the legislative process — even if Eminem would stomp them all in a rap battle.

Watch the video here:

It’s not the first time the Utah State Legislature has attempted to be like Kanye. In a resolution honoring Lin Manuel Miranda and the Broadway musical “Hamilton,” Rep. Ken Ivory, R-West Jordan, rapped some lyrics from the show on the House floor.

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes also has a reputation for rapping about policy. Here’s some video of a rap he did at a charity dinner two years ago:

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