Andrew Yang, the meme king of the 2020 election cycle, has amassed a fan base of universal basic income evangelists, college kids, 4chan assholes, and maybe like four Democrats. But a new video by a rapper named Paperboy Prince of the Suburbs has taken Yang’s reputation as Gen Z internet fodder to the next level.
Paperboy Prince, someone who I had never heard of until 30 minutes ago, released a song called “Yang Gang Anthem.” The song starts off with “Yang, what up” so you know it’s good.
Here are some of the lyrics:
Thousand dollars, Yang Gang
Healthcare, Yang Gang
Helping people, Yang Gang
Eating pizza, Yang Gang
Businessman, Yang Gang
This for all the teachers, Yang Gang
Robots, Yang Gang
Freedom Dividend, Yang Gang
Yang’s Freedom Dividend proposal would allot $1,000 each month to every American adult. Paperboy Prince of the Suburbs appears to be a fan. He even made a dance to solidify his support for Yang:
Election day is 551 days away, folks!