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Video: Drake Raps 'Tweet Tweet' With Jimmy Kimmel

June 26, 2010 (2:19 am) GMT
The rapper and the comedian meet in the school hallway, quoting tweets from the likes of Justin Bieber and Jessica Simpson in a Twitter rap.

Last year, got helping hands from in writing his so-called first song, but now it is his turn to give someone else some advice. In a sketch aired on the June 24 episode of "", the host runs into when the Canadian rapper is occupied with songwriting thing in the school hallway.

Bringing an iPad and backpack, Jimmy said, "Why write a song yourself when celebrities are tweeting so many great things?" He then showed some tweets written by such big stars as , , , , and .

Together, the two artists compile the celebrities' tweets and turn it into a catchy rap song with chorus including lines "Follow me, follow me / Tweet, tweet." They even sport a matching suit, dance and emulate Twitter's signature Bluebirds.

"I can tell you that [shooting 'Tweet Tweet'] was one of the most riveting times I've ever had in my entire life,' Drake joked with Jimmy later in the show during the interview segment. "It was nervewracking - your talent is very intimidating. And your fluid motion in the video..."

Beside doing a sketch with Jimmy Kimmel and answering questions from the host, Drake also entertained audience with "Over", the first single from his chart topper "". Additionally, he teamed up with for a duet on "Bedrock".

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