'Damn It Feels Good To Be A Banksta': Occupy Wall Street Gets Rap Parody (VIDEO)

11/02/2011 02:04 pm ET | Updated Jan 02, 2012

When the Geto Boys first recorded "Damn It Feels Good To Be A Gangsta," they had no idea that the song would become best known to office drones everywhere as an ironic anthem against corporate soullessness after its use in "Office Space." Now, it's received another parody about white collar greed in "Damn It Feels Good To Be A Banksta."

Shot on location at Zuccotti Park amidst the Occupy Wall Street protests, the New York-based comedy group Cult Comedy Picture Show extol the virtues of being a wealthy financier during an economic recession.

Then, for some reason, a dancing "Herman Cain" does a verse, thanking all the rich Republicans who have made him the GOP presidential frontrunner.

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