Iman Crosson, also known as Alphacat on YouTube, does one of our favorite Barack Obama impersonations, and he's finally back with a spoof on Jay-Z's "99 Problems." Crosson's version, which seems so inevitable we were shocked it didn't already exist, makes one, overwhelming point: the president has "99 Problems, But Mitt Ain't One."

In the video, Obama takes on his detractors, the media and the presumptive Republican nominee while spitting out rhymes and looking pretty tough in the process. Between Crosson's impressions, Key & Peele's "anger translator" and BaracksDubs mashups, the viral video world may be having more of an impact on the president's favorability than we know.

Check out the video above and then see more of our favorite Obama impressions below.

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  • Iman Crosson (aka Alphacat)

    After Obama made his <a href="http://gtcha.me/m0ZHzr" target="_hplink">triumphant post-Osama bin Laden killing speech</a>, YouTube's Alphacat put out the <a href="http://gtcha.me/lkyHkP" target="_hplink">far more entertaining hip hop version</a>.

  • Fred Armisen

    <em>SNL</em>'s official Obama has made many <a href="http://gtcha.me/k9krYy" target="_hplink">speeches</a> and given many <a href="http://gtcha.me/e1j89R" target="_hplink">interviews</a> over the years, but he's never been better than in Funny or Die's all-star Presidential reunion. [<a href="http://gtcha.me/dzN62e" target="_hplink">WATCH VIDEO</a>]

  • Reggie Brown

    After he was <a href="http://bit.ly/jiiXFd" target="_hplink">prematurely removed from the stage at the Republican Leadership Conference</a>, Bill Maher invited Reggie Brown to <a href="http://gtcha.me/jg6IpD" target="_hplink">finish his act on <em>Real Time</em></a>.

  • Jordan Carlos

    In this July 4th video from CollegeHumor, Barack Obama sums up the events of the first half of 2011 with an elaborate BBQ metaphor. [<a href="http://gtcha.me/n9EGK5" target="_hplink">WATCH VIDEO</a>]

  • Jay Pharoah

    Jay Pharoah may not get a chance to display his Obama impression on <em>SNL</em> (he's been focusing on <a href="http://www.hulu.com/watch/184584/saturday-night-live-returns-and-exchanges" target="_hplink">Denzel Washington</a>, <a href="http://www.hulu.com/watch/180975/saturday-night-live-jay-as-will-smith" target="_hplink">Will Smith</a>, and <a href="http://www.hulu.com/watch/194730/saturday-night-live-update-jay-pharoahs-thanksgiving-rap" target="_hplink">Jay-Z</a>) but he's <a href="http://gtcha.me/boJxO6" target="_hplink">clearly got the chops</a> if they eventually need him.