When it comes to school pride, nothing compares to how the students at FAMU get down!
Over the years, students at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University have created some amazing music videos and songs showing their Rattler Pride.
If you didn’t already know, FAMU, is a public, Historically Black University in Tallahassee, Florida. Founded on October 3, 1887, it is one of the largest HBCUs in the United States by enrollment and the only public historically Black university in Florida.
FAMU has a prestigious and amazing history and you can see it shine through these students in the tribute songs that they made for their beloved university.
Check out this list of videos for proof that Rattler Pride ain’t no joke!
1. I’m So FAMU (2014)
2014 Homecoming Anthem “I’m So FAMU”
Performed by: Charlie Sky, Ashley Kelley, and Theta Nu Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota
Directed & Filmed by: Alex Bryan
2. Straight Outta FAMU (2015)
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2015 FAMU Homecoming Anthem “Straight Outta FAMU”
Performed by: @CharlieSkyMusic
3. Back to Bragg (2015)
Florida A&M university 2015-2016 King and Queen of Orange and Green Ladarius Calhoun and Marquavia Smith, remixes Drake diss track “Back to Back” for this first school home game against Tennessee State University, naming it “Back To Bragg”
4. Track Boys | Hot Boy Remix (2014)
FAMU Track Team Remakes Bobby Shmurder’s (Hot Boy).
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