[Update: I’m updating this post with more math raps as I find them, so scroll to the bottom for newer material.]

I can see the future. And what I see is math-rapping. So here’s a celebration of today’s trail-blazers:

First up, TRM:

Also check out TRM’s Number Line Dance, The Itty-Bitty Dot, So many lines, and lots of other tracks on his double album.

Next we have the smooth-flowing Mr M^{c} E=MC^{2}:

Now a massive youtube viral hit, WYKAMATH‘s What you know about math? (part 1):

And Part 2:

E=Mc^{2}‘s The Math Rap

Ok. Now, take it away Mr Duey:

Also take a look at Mr Duey’s Long Division Rap. He’s got two albums out, and raps about many school subjects besides maths.

Stepping up the technicality is Essiness with *One Geometry* (The Poincaré Conjecture Rap)

Also by Essiness is *Down With That* (The Bolzano-Weierstrass Rap)

No videos for these, but also check out Ms Robinson’s hip-hop tables and in a similar vein, Multiplication Hip-Hop for Kids.

Still want more? Then see the excellent Baby got math, SOH CAH TOA, the multiplication fraction rap, Mrs Lee, and last but not least Fraction Jackson.

Am I missing any good ones?

UPDATE! Yes I am. The Kellers’ Pythagoras rap, worth watching as much for the video as the song:

(Thanks Howard.)

Some more: the collected works of the remarkable individual known as Professor Elvis Zap

…and an Eminem-style video from Brigham Young University’s Mathletics Team

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Hello,

Sorry to be off topic, but the link to “An amateur’s guide to concrete incompleteness” is broken. Looking forward to reading it.

Thank you,

Anon

Hello! Which link is broken?

The relevant blog-post is here:

https://richardelwes.co.uk/2010/10/21/concrete-incompleteness-1/

There’s a link to the pdf of the slides of my talk from there.

Thank you for the link. It seems to be broken on your main “Research” page:

https://richardelwes.co.uk/research/

Thank you,

Anon

Thanks – I have fixed the link.

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