These Brothers Put a Farm-Boy Twist on the ’Nae Nae’ and Other Huge Hits

Greg, Nathan and Kendal Peterson of Assaria, Kansas film some seriously funny videos. Known as the Peterson Farm Bros, the boys are real-life brothers who actually do farm. The have made eight music video parodies so far that are both entertaining and informative.

The most recent is a compilation parody of Watch Me (Nae Nae), Hit the Quan and Uptown Funk. The brothers strut around on their family farm in their work weary clothes rapping and singing about farm life.

The Peterson Farm Bros have made several hilarious parodies including "Fresh Breath of Farm Air", a parody of "Fresh Prince of Bel Air", and "I'm So Farmer", a parody medley of "Fancy", "Talk Dirty to Me", and you'll especially enjoy the part that parodies "All About That Bass" where they sing "I'm all about that beef, bout that beef, no kale".

The Peterson Farm Bros don't just make videos however, they are college educated, at K State of course, and travel around the country giving talks about agriculture. Learn more about what they're doing and see more videos on their website. The Peterson brothers range in age, and have a younger sister named Laura who also participates in the videos.

This post was originally published on February 26, 2016. We enjoyed it so much, we wanted to revive it from our archives. We hope you enjoy it, too!

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These Brothers Put a Farm-Boy Twist on the ’Nae Nae’ and Other Huge Hits