According to this delightful rap created by Pantless Knights and inspired by Jay-Z’s hit What More Can I Say, “We Are All Steve Jobs.”
Lip-synched by men, women, kids and Kermit, the song celebrates the “best CEO in the world” who had “the soul of a hustler, the American Dream.” From Apple, to Pixar, to Disney and more, this little diddy takes on the myth and legend that is Steve Jobs in a lovingly way, with one lines sung in the first person like, “Far from a Harvard student I just had the heart to do it. I rose on my own and made 8 billion ice cream.”
This video was uploaded in early September after Steve Jobs stepped down from Apple and the end of the song really is eerie. After running down his long list of accomplishments, the “Steve” poses the question, “We’ll see what happens when I no longer exist.” A question that only the future will answer.