PS22 Chorus Covers Nicki Minaj’s ‘Marilyn Monroe’

Marilyn Monroe

Sophia Grace and Rosie aren’t the only youngsters covering Nicki Minaj. The elementary school chorus from Public School 22 in Graniteville, Staten Island, tackled the rapper’s ballad “Marilyn Monroe” in celebration of the late icon’s birthday. The group of fifth-graders, who rose to stardom with their YouTube covers of Adele and Lady Gaga, performed the vulnerable Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded cut, with a solo from Denise. See them take it to school.

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29 Comments

  1. jayman

    dope

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  2. Papito

    Prefect, Now That’s what imma talkin’ bout.
    EPIC DOPE

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  3. :)

    Why are boys singing about feeling like a female model? Just asking!

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    youMADstayMAD Reply:

    @:), shut the f*ck up. they’re just kids. get the f*ck on!!!!

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    :) Reply:

    @youMADstayMAD, I didn’t mean it in a rude way! Whether their kids or grown adults, it seems like they would have had females thing this song. I’m sure many people agree with me.

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    JustSaying Reply:

    @:), the song isn’t about feeling like a female model – it’s about feeling like you’re not good enough and feeling like everyone’s against you.. and anybody, boy or girl, can relate to that.

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    :) Reply:

    @JustSaying, Oh, I’m so sorry! Thank you for explaining that to me in a kind and nice way!

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    RDK Reply:

    @JustSaying,Co-Sign.

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  4. youMADstayMAD

    this was awesome!!! great job kids :)

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    :) Reply:

    @youMADstayMAD, Your username is youMADstayMAD, but you seem like the mad one.

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  5. Henry

    So good. Hopefully this (or va va voom) is nickis next single

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  6. Cal

    This better than the song.

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    Roman Zolanski Reply:

    @Cal, Let’s not get carried away here

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  7. RomanReloaded

    24 Hours After I Tweeted For Folks To Start Calling Into Radio Stations To Get This Song Rotating. Lets Get This On The Charts Before Its A Single

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    Lul'MissRed Reply:

    @RomanReloaded, Yes !

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  8. illerbrown

    WHAT HAS THE WORLD COME TO? nick “minaj” can’t be associated with kids.. her name is explicit, how can she be allowed to be near children or go on kids tv and all people wanna talk about is the illuminati its the same people who don’t go church that talk the most (god is not real) so grow the fuck up and open your eyes..

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    mypoproks Reply:

    @illerbrown, huh?

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    BOBY D Reply:

    @illerbrown, U SOUND DUMB & IGNORANT AS FUCK GO 2 CHUCH OR READ A BOOK BC UR COMMENT IS irrelevant!!

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    Loiu2 dau refillz Reply:

    @illerbrown, What the hell Fucking wrong with you how about you grow the Hella up

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    Loiu2 dau refillz Reply:

    @illerbrown, what the hell F wrong with you, How about u grow the hella up

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    tamar Reply:

    @illerbrown, irrelevant to the situation at hand. You are excused. Sit the fuck down.

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  9. RDK

    wonderful.

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  10. go&getit

    Where that bitch come from 0:41? haha She killed it tho! Better than the original *shrug*

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  11. Sassy

    Black children relating to Marilyn Monroe. Okay. When. In What Town?

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    Dopeness Reply:

    @Sassy, it has nothing to do with your race. That’s just ignorant. It is about feeling like your not good enough, the world is against you…not only white kids can relate to that.

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  12. Loiu2 dau refillz

    They all did Great Job guess all the kids in school or @ chruch know Nicki Minja song

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  13. TheDreamer

    They were great, especially the girl. Fantastic job!!

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  14. Dragon

    None of these kids know who Marilyn Monroe is tut

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  15. WRTW?

    I’m hungry, is that how Marilyn Monroe felt?

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