Watch President Obama 'Rap' Drake & Future's 'Jumpman' in Detroit Pistons Video

President Barack Obama
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President Barack Obama speaks at the annual White House Correspondent's Association Gala at the Washington Hilton hotel April 25, 2015 in Washington, D.C. 

"Jumpman" -- from Drake and Future's 2015 joint album What a Time to Be Alive -- was always destined to be a basketball anthem, with its slam-dunk-ready title and its references to NBA stars Manu Ginobili and Dikembe Mutombo. Now, the Detroit Pistons have co-opted the song (and hours of President Obama footage) for their own hoops agenda: getting center Andre Drummond voted into the 2016 NBA All-Star Game.

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Coincidentally, this year's All-Star Game just happens to be in Drizzy's hometown of Toronto.

See Obama's rap game in action below:

And now, thanks to Toronto's own @Drake, a message from President @BarackObama ... RT #NBAVote Andre Drummond https://t.co/5s0VHNI0YL

— Detroit Pistons (@DetroitPistons) January 5, 2016

This isn't the Pistons' first hip-hop-themed campaign of the 2015-16 NBA season: The Detroit hoops squad enlisted Eminem, Big Sean and CeeLo Green for their #LongestOop promotion in October.