'Slacktory Supercut: Rapper Spelling Bee' is a hilarious and decade-spanning compilation video of rappers spelling out their names. The video is both entertaining and nostalgic.

Slacktory Supercut: Rapper Spelling Bee is a nod to hip hop artists everywhere who have been nice enough to make sure listeners know who's song it is (which is, admittedly, sometimes helpful), and more importantly, how to spell their names.

The video begins with 'The Sugarhill Gang's' Master Gee, and takes you all the way through to present day.

Previous pop culture themed cuts from Slacktory include 'What Doesn't Kill Me Makes Me Stronger', which finally gives the late philosopher Nietzsche credit where credit is due, noting his infamous quote's overwhelming presence in popular music.