Lip-dubs kind of blew up out of nowhere a while back, and if you've been off of them for a few years now, let's just say that they're still pretty popular in high schools and universities. Broken Arrow High School in Oklahoma is the latest to put out a campus-wide lip-sync video. And as one can see, the production isn't the only thing with a high budget; the school has a state-of-the-art football center, an enormous golf course, and many, many drones. The video opened up with Kanye West's Graduation track "Good Morning," and then followed with a plethora of popular songs, notably 'Ye's Rihanna-featured "All of the Lights," Fetty Wap's "My Way," Major Lazer and DJ Snake's "Lean On," Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Downtown," and Miley Cyrus' Mike-WiLL Made-it-produced "We Can't Stop." Watch it above.
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