Fadi Saleh, a 19-year-old biochemistry major, started Barack’s Dubs,
a popular YouTube music video series that slices clips from Obama’s
speeches together to forcefully recreate pop songs like “Born This Way”
and “Call Me Maybe.” Backed by Maker Studies, his channel has over 127,000 subscribers and an online store,
featuring T-shirts featuring Obama dressed as Lady Gaga and Redfoo from
LMFAO with phrases like “Tea Party” and “Sorry for party rocking.” Saleh uses videos from the White House public domain and his video-editing skills to produce this quality entertainment. Bravo!