This Toronto comedian is so good at making parodies, he actually just makes bangers

Papi Tré pulls from rap, dancehall, soca, afrobeats, and more to create hilarious impressions and original songs.

January 10, 2018

Between darksided children's content, alt-right vloggers, and Logan Paul, YouTube is in a weird place right now. But there are still creators on the platform staying true to what the best of YouTube has to offer: funny ass videos.

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Enter Papi Tré, a Toronto native who pulls from cultural references from all over the diaspora to create hilarious impressions and original songs. In "IF PLAYBOI CARTI WAS JAMAICAN," he imitates the rapper as a dancehall artist recording "Magnolia" over the Show Off Riddim.

In other videos like "JUST REPEAT WORDS TO MAKE A DANCEHALL HIT" and "AFROBEATS SONGS BE LIKE," he actually turns his jokes into legitimate bangers. Watch those highlights from his channel below.

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This Toronto comedian is so good at making parodies, he actually just makes bangers