— Joshua Eferighe, OZY
Dajae Williams was in seventh-grade math and the topic of the day was the quadratic formula. The concept had been notoriously difficult, so her teacher assigned a remix to the accompanying jingle to be presented in class the next day.
Williams, who tells me Soulja Boy was “literally popping at the time,” chose his No. 1 single, “Crank That,” to pair with the equation, tracking the “X equals negative B” lyrics over hard-hitting 808s and high-hats instead of … well, nursery rhyme.
Featured Image, Dajae Williams, 26, melds hip-hop with science and sets an example for the next generation. Source Alvaro Tapis Hidalgo for OZY
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