Work hard, play harder! Hard work with the best of the best in the world, and in the best offices, what more could you ask for?
After autoproclaiming himself as a “hip hop artist”, Google employee Andrew Fink decided to make a “rap” video called “Welcome to Google”.
Now before you watch this video let me remind you of a few things :
1) this is Google’s New York office, we are not in Disneyland Florida so don’t expect a 50cent style rap video
2) though daring, this video had to have been validated by Fink’s superiors since Google has a reputation to upkeep
3) I am a personal fan of Google, so my point of view is COMPLETELY biased
Thumbs up to this lad who did the video. I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere it was filmed in, the decor made up of old computers, an Android mascot, and a “What would Google do” book that just happened to be lying around 😉
According to sources from Mashable, Fink, (whose real name is Finklestein) works in the sales department at Wildfire, a social media marketing group that was acquired by Google last year and his resume on LinkedIn shows his two diverging interests: records labels and radio stations.
This cunning young man seems to have found a way to merge this into his new job at Google with this video.
What do you think of Fink’s Google rap? Share in the comments.
I know that I’m a fan! (I wouldn’t buy his cd though 😉
I’m just guessing out loud here, but maybe this video is linked to the new film about Google coming out soon.
If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, watch it here :
Did I get it right Google? If I did send me a message and I’ll send you my CV (even if I didn’t send me a message and I’ll send you my CV!)