The members of 610 are in high spirits, returning from North Bay yesterday as regional champions, and with a new song. Written by Jordan Grant, filmed by Jacob Kachura, and edited by both Jordan and Jacob, team 610 presents “FRC”, a parody of “23” by Mike Will Made It. Help us #makeitloud!
The footage was obtained at GTRW, Waterloo, and North Bay.
We be in the lab,(chillin’) robot on the desk, gotta make it good, gotta keep our rep (pristine)
Making tough decisions, sometimes we gotta step, making bold predictions - score we gotta get
(Cam) We launch the ball, up in the high goal (up top)
Six ten plus three quarters is that really all? (pshh)
Brushed finishing, (it’s dope) looking mighty fine
Bot so nice we should be on Einstein
A bot in six weeks, we call that - FRC
I’m starting to think that engineering’s for me
The thrill of the build, oh man I never get tired
Come in everyday I’m bout to get inspired
Call up Mr. Stehlik
Call up Donny dMO
Call up all the mentors
They sure won’t believe those
Shots that we’ve been pouring
Hundred percent scoring
Hitting all the goals that
We should call it Jordan!
Coyotes, homie, 2013 call us Brodie
2014 call us Wipeout, all them big balls we be ownin’
Maybe not athletes but still a school team
people ask me, “What’s it for?” I tell them FRC!
Thursday showing up
Know 610 is a beast (You know it!)
Pre-Sea - Building bots before the game has been released
Since '99, on CoyoBot 15 (XV)
Making FIRST so loud, we gonna shout and scream (Ro)
botics, botics, botics, I do business, I design
Want a part that’s freaking crazy now it’s Tam time
We strategize, no doubt our playbooks are so prime
Matt just drives, tearing up carpet on Einstein
The about section on the video description has a bit of information about the song.
It’s called “FRC” because it sounds like the name of the song “23” on which it was based. It’s mean to be the official music video for this particular song called “FRC”, not an official music video of the FIRST Robotics Competition. I guess it can be a little confusing.
Also, Jordan Grant has been making robotics-related raps for several years, including “Tech City” when was in Grade 10 and “Workshop” when he was in Grade 11. They’re on Jordan’s personal channels. The links are in the description of “FRC”.