If you loved the president's renditions of Justin Bieber and Carly Rae Jepsen, you'll love this.
The YouTube channel BarackDubs imagines what it would sound like if the president covered the infectious pop hit.
You’ve watched the president cover “Born This Way” and “Call Me Maybe.” Now meet the 19-year-old that makes it happen.
All right stop, supercut, and listen.
YouTuber BaracksDubs celebrates an Obama victory in style with a dub of the President singing MC Hammer's "Can't Touch This."
First things first, it's the realest.
It's an Outkast twist on a Seussian Christmas classic.
French YouTuber Rémi Gaillard designed a t-shirt and sent it around the world to create a truly global dance video (with a Daft Punk soundtrack!).
Olivia Munn stars in a horror flick with a twist on YouTube’s Above Average Network — and Boy Meets World's Mr. Feeny, William Daniels, has a cameo.
In 60 days, a formal review group will weigh in on whether the NSA's spying capabilities infringe on the privacy rights of U.S. citizens.
BaracksDubs gives you some Daft Presidential Punk.
She doesn't want a mouthful of beard when you kiss, fellas.
Andrew McMurry introduces the Facebook police, a new unit of justice that's determined to bring an end to all that mindless posting and prodding.
Some people take the game of Mario Kart more seriously than others.
Spoiler alert: This parody might ruin Batman but not Carly Rae Jepsen's pop hit.
For those who weren't alive in the '80s, Robin Thicke's father, Alan, starred as Growing Pains's patriarch, Jason Seaver.
Is the Commander in Chief now the Entertainer in Chief?
Mark Malkoff celebrated the end of 30 Rock by waiting outside the studio to high-five the sitcom's cast.
Introducing GIF cards, the Daily Dot's fun and easy-to-share gift to the Internet.
Every single commander-in-chief we've had, with the possible exception of Richard Nixon, has been a human being.