After Koba LaD professor of physics and chemistry, which rappers for which topics?

This is the most unusual news of the last few weeks, the one that made the headlines of most rap outlets: Koba LaD becomes professor of physics-chemistry. Behind this spectacular ad effect, hides a true Studytracks initiative, which we hope will bear fruit. So Koba won’t really be a junior or senior class teacher, but he is one of the artists chosen to turn full lessons into rap tracks, which might help some listeners memorize them more easily.

Other French rappers were also requested by Studytracks, but you can have fun imagining many other appearances. That’s why we’ve assembled our ideal educational team.

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Mathematics: Lacrim

No one has forgotten that spectacular “if I smoke you, it’s one less, you don’t need math” in the title Liquide in 2015. One might ask what logic leads us to choose a teacher who proclaims that his subject is not necessary, but we must not forget which is a must for a math teacher. Any mathematician actually found himself responding, exasperated “for nothing” to a student who asked him what his subject was for.

EPS: MC Jean Gab1

It’s hard not to be impressed by Gab1’s 55-year-old fitness: a street training champion, he was recently seen on GregMMA’s Youtube channel, demonstrating truly spectacular physical qualities. Very pedagogical in his way of explaining the different exercises, he would be the perfect sports teacher for a slightly hectic class, which would literally be out of breath after two exercises. of this type.

French: MacKregor

We could name many excellent feathers, but Mac Kregor is one of the few rappers to think about our dear students, those who don’t understand why they need to learn the simple past and who consider that they’ll never have to use that Time. We can therefore count on a guy capable of posing without flinching in the middle of a text”omitted to insinuate that we contributed to the reconstitution of a heritage destroyed in fury by its institution” or formulate calmly “if we had guns when the settlers came to africa” to make everyone aware of the importance of this type of conjugation that is rarely used in speech.

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Life and Earth Sciences: Alkpote

Who better than Alkpote to learn dissection and sexual reproduction? We remember your declaration of love for science in April 2015 at SURL : “I enjoy studying the human body, even defying the laws of the human body”. Of course, we must ignore the rest of the interview, otherwise we will see the students’ parents invading the rectory: “you must not be sensitive, you must love blood, the sight of blood. With an outside look in, I tell myself I’m a bit sadistic, I take pleasure in watching people die.”

Philosophy: Casey

Already because he played the role of the philosopher Apemantus in Shakespeare’s play Timon of Athens, directed by Razerka Ben Sadia-Lavant, and then because a philosophy professor who poses “Foucault is hardcore” in the middle of a lecture, is crap. Above all, she hugely questions her listeners: identity, hybridity, normality, cynicism, determinism, etc.

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English: Kekra

A guy who can reconcile an impeccable command of English with 92 well-pronounced intonations would necessarily be an excellent teacher. Also, Kekra is a true connoisseur of UK culture, even though his knowledge is more geared towards Grime/UK Garage culture than the Big Ben/Queen Elizabeth/red buses triptych, and he knows the dark streets of London best. than Buckingham Palace rooms.

Technology: Laylow

Older readers may remember boring tech lessons where you learned how to handle a soldering iron or bend pieces of plastic to make objects whose usefulness is still in demand. Today, university students learn to code, program robots and work with artificial intelligence. Laylow is therefore best suited to form our blond, curly or coiffed heads.

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