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JT Music (formerly JT Machinima) is a Nerdcore rap group who post their works on YouTube. Originally a channel used for Machinima, Skull (Skullkruncher13) and Pat (Patfan8326) eventually created a rap song in 2009 called "the Greatest Ever". Surprised by the popularity of their first posted rap video, the duo decided to make another titled the "World at War Rap" to find similar success. Since then, JT Music has been continuously producing video game themed rap songs on their channel and have recently become partners with Rooster Teeth.

You can find their YouTube channel here. You can also purchase their music on iTunes, GooglePlay, Spotify, Amazon, and Groove. You can also watch Skull and Pat play video games on their Let's Play channel, JT Gaming.


A list of games and shows featured in JT Music:

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Tropes found in JT Music's works

  • Actually Pretty Funny: This exchange from "One Helluva Pair."
    Roadhog: Still, without me, you would never win!
    Junkrat: And who's gonna help you? One of your chins?
    Roadhog: [laughs] Okay, I'll give you that one.
    Junkrat: Look, I squeezed a laugh out of the fat one!
  • Adam Smith Hates Your Guts: “The Circus of Value Song” features this trope in full effect - the voice from the titular vending machine telling you that it has all the supplies you could need to survive in Rapture, but if you don’t have the cash, you’re fucked.
  • Added Alliterative Appeal: Shows up once in a while, but the crowner has to be the three in "Rapture Rising" following each other:
    splicers seek to satisfy their sick sadistic vices.
    victims becomes villains, angry vandals turn to violence,
    sickly children sticking by their less than gentle giants
  • ...And That Little Girl Was Me: 'Born of the Lion", which up to that point sounded like someone speaking to Ciri about the dream they had of Geralt, ends with this:
    This Witcher I watched in my dreams was none other than the one I'd become.
  • The Anti-Nihilist: "I Can Do Anything" ends with this, after the rest of the song being about how nothing matters.
    Singer: But if nothing matters, can I do anything?
  • Appropriated Appellation: In DOOM (2016), "Doom Slayer" was a Red Baron given to Doomguy by the Slayer's Testament, but Doomguy claims it for himself in "Home to Hell"
    I am entropy personified, Sentinel-qualified
    Hell-raising, bell-ringin', Doomslayer - bonafide
  • Badass Boast: Doomguy delivers one at the start of "Fight Like Hell".
    I told them one day, I'd become the most powerful being across the dimensions. They told me to go to Hell. So you know what? I did.
  • Bait-and-Switch:
    • The Mandalorian Rap starts off very solemn and somber, seemingly about the Mandalorian's culture and status... for about twenty second, before it turns into (and stays) a ballad about being a single father.
    • As One Door Closes has its last verse end on a bait-and-switch that references that of the game's ending:
      So let me test out your turret performance
      As you send me off with an uplifting chorus
    • "Zarya Vs. Heavy" has the first half as a basic battle rap, but then turns into a love ballad between the two.
  • Battle Rapping: Several songs feature characters or even game franchises rapping against each other to prove who's best.
  • Blasphemous Boast: The Doom Slayer enjoys these.
    Have you ever heard of a crucifix? Nothing but a couple of useless sticks!
    I don't need your hokey-holy bible bogus, homie, cause I'm through with it!
  • *Bleep*-dammit!: The very profane Bastion in "The Bastion Musical" is censored by Bastion's various beeping "voice lines" from the Overwatch game.
  • Boastful Rap: Naturally a number of songs are about how great the player or the main character is in their game.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: "Daddy's Home" has a Suddenly Speaking Subject Delta characterized this way, as opposed to his canon characterization:
    Delta: I'm the heavyweight champ; you won't even last a round!
    Too long you brutes abused the juice; now you get smacked around!
    Delta's held the belt so many years here in Rapture now!
    Baddest motherfucker in the building; who's your daddy now?
  • Boring Insult: Doomguy says it during his battle with Master Chief, albeit not toward the Chief himself:
    Doomguy: If you don't put me to sleep then maybe Halo's story will.
  • Bring My Brown Pants: A Running Gag in the "Slender Rap" is how the singer keeps on "puking dookies on the floor" due to how much the game is scaring him.
  • Brooklyn Rage: Bendy is given a Noo Yawk accent in "Can't Be Erased."
  • ...But He Sounds Handsome: Spider-Man does this in "With Great Power":
    Spider-Man: I've never seen or heard of Peter Parker — bet he's a dead-ringer!
  • Call-Back:
    • If JT Music has made a rap song for a game before, a song for a sequel game will occasionally have a verse or even the whole chorus of a prior song included. For example, in "Time to Die":
      Born into revolution, an industrial one...
    • Taken further in "Embrace My Curse", where two-thirds of the chorus are direct references to the beginning of "Graverocker"
      Rise up from my demise/Awake from my demise
      With fire in my eyes/With empty spectral eyes.
      I'm leaving my mark should Darkness find us/Now I'll never have my days numbered
      I've shaken Middle-Earth/Strike fear in Middle-Earth
      Now I embrace my curse/'Till I am rid this curse
      It comes with a price, the light that binds us/The one that I bear as Gravewalker.
    • "A Little Bit Insane" has a section of the "Ooda-Booda Boogie" as part of the bridge.
      I'm wound up like a tornado, babe
      Just cut me loose and I'll go insane
      Later, I may take a snooze on the beach
      But now's the time to move your booty
      Do the Ooda-Booga Boogie with me/If you wanna do it with me
  • Character Development: "No Hero" starts with Eddie Brock remarking how he's been taken by the symbiote and how it will destroy him, but to the end of the song he embraces being Venom and how they are better together than apart.
  • Cluster F-Bomb; I Told You So has a chorus that is 30% F-Bomb.
  • Cold Turkeys Are Everywhere: Played for Laughs in "As One Door Closes", where Chell claims that "[GLaDOS] promised me cake, but I'm on a diet"
  • Comes Great Responsibility: "With Great Power" (of course). Played With in that the chorus only contains part of the phrase "you know what comes with this great power", but then stated (although in different words) in the second half of the song.
    Hey, greatness is attainable, if you have the will to be
    Just so long as you can haul responsibilities.
  • Counterpoint Duet: The bridge and hook of "Daddy's Home" use the same underlying theme. Subject Delta sings the bridge slow and quietly to reassure his daughter whose hook is faster and pleading for her daddy to save her. At the end of the song the bridge and hook lyrics overlap.
  • Cue the Flying Pigs: Both "Fight Like Hell" and "Home to Hell" have Badass Boasts that invoke this.
    Fight Like Hell: They told me I could rule the world when hell was frozen over! / Hold up, is it just me, or did it just get colder?
    Home to Hell: They told me I'd be king when hell froze over / So did anybody notice that the temp just dropped?
  • Curiosity Killed the Cast: "Hello and Goodbye" has the protagonist's self-destructive and dangerous actions motivated by his burning curiosity about his weird neighbor ("What's he up to? I can't ignore!"), even though he knows better. He even lampshades this:
    Curiosity killed the cat
    But I'll be next; I can promise that!
  • Cute But Psycho: Pyro and Mei are both portrayed as this in their rap battle, but in different ways. Mei is shown making violent threats and taunts in a sarcastically sweet, good-natured tone of voice, while Pyro randomly alternates between being a sweet, cheerful Genki Guy and a screaming psychopath.
  • Damned by Faint Praise: In "Zarya Vs. Heavy", after the Heavy is mostly through with his opening verse against Zarya, he decides to call on a teammate.
    Heavy: Hey Scout.
    Scout: Yeah?
    Heavy: Thank Zarya, she makes you look intimidating!
    Scout: Hey!
  • Darker and Edgier: The "Dirty Dish Remix" of the "Cuphead Rap" compared to the original.
  • Disappeared Dad: In "Sombra vs Spy", Sombra responds to Spy's maternal insult by revealing that she (somehow) knows the Spy is Scout's long-lost father.
    Sombra: You could never be a dad to me
    'Cause you'd be the kind that would leave!
    Sound familiar? Has to be!
    I've Scouted out your family tree!
  • Dissimile: From "I'm a Capitalist":
    Heister: I'm like Jesse James if Jesse James were super fly!
  • Distant Duet: The bridge and hook of "Daddy's Home" form a Counterpoint Duet of Subject Delta and his daughter being separated. At the end of the song when the two are reunited they sing their individual songs together.
  • The Dreaded Toilet Duty: Mentioned in "Rapture Rising" about those of Rapture forced into menial labor.
    "In a utopia, who's gonna wanna scrub the toilets? / The people in Apollo Square got no other choices"
  • Eagle Land: "Rocking Purple" has this trope in full force, because you can't have a psychotic gang leader become the President of the United States and battle invading aliens and not play up the stereotypical American-ness. Best summed up by a bridge sung to the tune of "The Star-Spangled Banner":
    The Boss: O say can you see?
    There is no place to hide!
    Got my gun in your mouth!
    If you move, I'll blow out your insides!
    We're the land of the free
    And the food that is fried
    So wave your White Flag
    If you really do not want to die!
  • Evil vs. Evil:
    • The Freddy Fazbear Vs. Slenderman Rap, with two horror icons dueling to see who's the scariest.
    • Darkseid and Thanos also have a rap battle in commemoration for their match in Death Battle.
  • Faux Affably Evil: In "Now Hiring at Freddy's", the owners of Fazbear Entertainment barely hide their malice, incompetence, and greed behind a transparent veneer of cheery pleasantry and feel-good buzzwords.
    Fazbear CEO: All these animatronics have made us so famous!
    They've got a history - almost all of it's heinous!
    But they make us so much money; how could anyone blame us?
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Ghast for the rest of the mobs. After a failed verse in the first Mob Song, every sequel song has the mobs either openly antagonistic to Ghast or leaving as soon as he shows up.
    Creeper: Eh, shut up Ghast, nobody invited you.
  • Hope Springs Eternal: The message of the chorus for "Fireborn".
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: As befitting of source material, both "Your Head Will Be Mine" and "Born of the Lion" have this.
    "Your Head Will Be Mine": Legions of monsters I fought 'cross the land / the cruelest of all is the one we call man.
    "Born of the Lion": Of the beasts I had killed, the most wicked / was one all too familiar, called man
  • If I Had a Nickel: In "Say Goodbye to Batman":
    Batman: If I got a dime every single time someone said "Tonight, Batman will die,"
    Man I'd be set for the rest of life! I wouldn't even need Wayne Enterprise!
  • I Have the High Ground: In their rap battle, Demoman warns Junkrat not to try this tactic.
    Demoman: You want the high ground? I wouldn't dare!
    I can strafe while I'm in the air!
  • Kill Steal: Or, as said in "Time to Break".
    Player: That was my kill! / Juggernaught: Negative, sir. Could've been your's if you were better.
  • Laser Sight: The Sniper warns Widowmaker about the one he has on her in their duel.
    And mind that little red dot on your forehead. Not your goggles, love, the one that means you're dead.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: Kind of a roulette. Some songs (like the Assasin's Creed songs) focus more on impressions and show trailer footage (which may be inaccurate to the final product), whereas others (like the Portal and Link's Awakening songs) give out major plot points or even endings. To be safe, know the game before you hear the song.
  • Letting the Air Out of the Band:
    • In "Don't Make 'Em Like They Used to", Reaper challenges Soldier: 76 to a rap battle. The tune that was playing in the background dies down when 76 says he won't perform to "that hip-hop garbage".
    • "Can't Be Erased" starts with simple and cheery music befitting a cartoon as Bendy sings. Bendy then starts to laugh maniacally as the music becomes slower and more distorted.
  • Lighter and Softer: The Big Band cover of "Can't Be Replaced" keeps to tune upbeat and swinging while keeping the same message as before.
  • Likes Older Men: Lara claims that she prefers Sully to Nate in their rap battle.
  • Literal Metaphor:
    • Used in the opening of "Fight Like Hell".
      I told them one day I'd be the most powerful being across the dimensions. And they told me to go to Hell. So you know what? I did.
    • Done again in the Engineer vs Torbjoirn rap battle. Engie suggests that they "let their handiwork speak for itself"... at which point their respective sentry guns start rapping.
  • Lonely at the Top: Lonely at the top, of course, has its chorus about this, only for the singer to admit that he likes it.
  • Lyrical Dissonance: "Now Hiring at Freddy's" is a catchy, upbeat pop song in which a Corrupt Corporate Executive convinces a franchisee to aid in covering up deaths and dismemberment occurring at their location.
    Come on down to Freddy's! You ought to stay for a while!
    If any children go missing, just don't let that go on file!
    Don't get any blood on the carpet - it's easier cleaning the tile!
    And if a kid ends up dead
    Kill all the witnesses next
    And make sure it's done with a smile!
  • Living Is More Than Surviving: "Far From Alive" has Leon express this sentiment during a Title Drop.
    Leon: Even of we are to survive, I'm feeling far from Alive.
  • Mood Whiplash: Multiple times:
    • "The Bastion Song" keeps alternating between peaceful Bastion talking about nature and Omnic crisis bastion trash talking about how much it loves killing.
    • "One Helluva Pair" is a crazy rock song, until Roadhog reminiscences about his past, with an appropriate change in music.
    • "They Don't Make Them Like They Used To" is the usual rap battle between Soldier: 76 and Reaper, right until Jack says "Who's your daddy?" near Pharah note  at which points Ana shows up to berate them both.
    • To the Bone is fairly silly and upbeat all around, except for a couple of lines. One among those during a chorus.
      Papyrus: I am the mastermind, he's my accomplice!
      Sans: You're only still alive because I made a promise.
  • Mythology Gag: If they're making a song about an installment in a series, expect them to reference the rest of the series at some point.
  • Not Even Bothering with the Accent: Andrea Storm Kaden voices Lara Croft in "Lara Croft VS Nathan Drake" with her natural Australian accent.
  • Obligatory Joke:
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Darkseid manages to even one-up Thanos in this department.
    Who would murder half a universe?
    I'd rather wipe the slate!
  • Papa Wolf:
    • "Daddy's Home" is about Subject Delta going on a Roaring Rampage of Rescue to save his "daughter" Eleanor from Dr. Lamb's cult.
      Delta: Step between me and my daughter and you'll get bounced!
      Any ADAM that you had is getting ripped out!
      Who's you daddy now? Who's your daddy now?
      I'll run a rivet through your neck unless you'd rather drown!
    • "Honor" has Corvo Attano, although it crops up in only a few lines.
    • "The Mandalorian Rap" has the titular Mandalorian, of course.
      Don't touch him 'cuz I'm quick with my gun[...]
      If you try to swipe him, look out, I'll be soaring in[...]
      So much as look at him wrong, and you're gonna be dead!
  • The Power of Hate: What drives the murderous toons in "Can't Be Erased".
    Shamed and defaced, scathed and disgraced
    Tainted by hatred and can't be erased
    Creators betrayed us, we've got it on tape
    We've written your fate and it can't be erased!
  • Pungeon Master:
    • You'll not be able to count just how many puns a song can have relating to the video game. This is lampshaded in the Cuphead Rap, and is far from the only instance in that song.
      Take a sip of this, I'm an itty bitty Cuphead
      One sentence in, I've already made a pun, Yep.
    • Considering his home game, Sans also makes several puns in "To the Bone", even sneaking a pun into the chorus of the song to Papyrus' annoyance.
      Papyrus: Really, Sans?
      Sans: What?
      Papyrus: The last line of the chorus is a pun!
      Sans: Yup.
      Papyrus: You imbecile! That was very... clever.
      Sans: Heh. Thanks, buddy.
  • Pretender Diss:
  • Running Gag: In JT’s Five Nights at Freddy's raps, you can generally expect one of two things to happen: the new employee will request a raise and get shot down, and/or management will tell the employee that, if he gets hurt on the job, they can’t cover his loss.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!:
    • The various main characters of the FNAF raps try or express a desire to just leave at various points, but can't!
      • From "Five Long Nights":
        Mike Schmidt: Maybe the place is haunted, and all they want is closure
        But I really don't give a damn! I just want to clock out and knock back a cold one!
      • In "Five More Nights":
        Phone Guy: Now, the animatronics are known to bug out...
        Jeremy Fitzgerald: Isn't that enough reason for me to get the f**k out?
        Listen up, guy, this gig ain't for me!
        Toy Freddy: But we're having such fun, and we'd hate you to leave...
      • In "Another Five Nights":
        Fazbear's Fright Guard: Is this job even worth a damn?
        After tonight, I might not work again!
      • In "You Belong Here":
        Eggs Benedict: Just stuck down here, that would suck to be
        But I'm walking out of that front door
        To go home with a little bowl of popcorn
        Where there are no monsters
        Just me and my soap operas
        Then why do I keep on returning?
        You'd think by now we'd all be learning!
    • In "Hello and Goodbye", when the protagonist meets the neighbor for the first time... and does not like what he sees.
      ''Who's that across the street?
      A strange man I ought to greet!
      I just hope he's not another freak...
      On second thought, I'll leave
      And try my best to go off to sleep!
    • Throughout "Can't Be Erased," Henry states that he really doesn't care about the mystery and just wants to get out of dodge.
      Henry: Why did I come? Let me go home! I should be leaving! (Help me!)
      Whatever happened, don't wanna know! What are these demons? (No, no, no!)
      I guess if I gotta be stuck here, I might as well investigate.
      The secrets are unlocking, but too bad the exit ain't!
  • Shout-Out:
    • Some songs will make references outside of the game being rapped about. One example comes from the Mei Vs. Pyro rap.
      Announcer: The Frosty Fiend and the Flaming Freakshow, A Song of Ice and Fire!
    • "Five More Nights" opens with "Hi, kids! Do you like violence?"
    • Another Eminem reference happens in "Junkrat vs Demoman":
      Demoman: You're not my rival; you're just a fan
      Junkrat's first name must be Stan!
    • Yet another Eminem reference — this time to a certain part of "Without Me" note  — pops up in "You Can Hang":
      The Doctor cannot stop operating
      Wanna shock me, but I'm not cooperating
  • Sniper Duel: Well, more rap battle than sniping in Sniper vs Widowmaker.
  • So Proud of You: At the end of "Daddy's Home" Subject Delta expresses this sentiment for his daughter.
    See the reflection of myself in how she's acting out
    I'll watch my daughter become stronger than her daddy now!
  • Stepford Smiler: Bendy explicitly says as much in "Can't Be Erased":
    Behind this mask of happiness, I drown in dark despair
  • Superior Successor: Junkrat repeatedly declares himself to be one to Demoman. Demoman is unimpressed.
    Junkrat: You laid the blueprint for me; you're truly a demo, man!
    Demoman: If I'm your blueprint, why aren't you an improvement?
  • Take That!:
  • Terms of Endangerment: The animatronics in JT Music's Five Nights at Freddy's raps tend to combine their threats with thinly-veiled, sweet-sounding euphemisms and terms of endearment. This is lampshaded in "We Don't Bite":
    Nightmare Freddy: Come closer; we don't bite!
    Child: I don't believe that for one second!
  • This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!: In "Best for Last", Cal Kestis taunts Palpatine by declaring "You're 'bout to be real pissed off, 'cuz ya missed me, bitch!"
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: "Tall Woman" which is about a comical crush that Ethan Winters has on Lady Dimitrescu.
  • Took a Level in Badass:
    • "The Beast Within" in a nutshell, where a hunter goes from being scared shitless to scaring the monsters shitless.
    • Ghast in the Mob Rap series. After bombing a verse in the first song, he's been shunned in all other attempts until he forces his way into the sixth go. He proves to be able to rap very well now, even free versing when the other mobs cut the song short. In the end, he's given a round of applause for his performance.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: Zarya mocks the Heavy for his disproportionately small legs in their rap battle.
    "Tell me, do you even lift? / Leg day wasn't made to be skipped"
  • To the Pain: "Fatality" consists entirely of the narrator describing all the brutal ways he executes his enemies.
  • Villain Song: Several songs are sung about or from the perspective of video game villains.
    • "Video Game Legends Volume 2" is probably the best example as it features several villains across several games.
    • "Say Goodbye to Batman" is an interesting example; while the verses are delivered by Batman, a villain (presumably The Scarecrow) sings the chorus:
      Gotham, say goodbye to Batman; he had a real good ride!
      The Caped Crusader sends a message: "Sorry. but I've died!"
      The Arkham Knight's gonna take it from here
      By the end of the night, we'll have you shaking with fear
      Soon, no one will have to ask
      Who's that man behind the mask?
    • The third verse of "Don't Put Me In A Corner" is sung by the Blair Witch as she taunts her latest victim.
    • Shepard of this Flock is sung primarily from Joseph’s point of view with his radical preaching.
    • "Would You Kindly" is sung by Frank Fontaine about how he tired to usurp control of Rapture from Andrew Ryan and how he manipulated events as Atlas to finally win.
  • "The Villain Sucks" Song:
    • In "The Ooda-Booga Boogie", Crash and Coco rap about how they'll tear through Cortex and his minions, with several insults to Cortex himself.
      Coco: Your head looks massive, but I bet it's empty.
      That N looks more like a L, you get me?
    • "The Bat Rap" and "Say Goodbye to Batman" both have Batman switch between a Boastful Rap about himself and dissing the various members of his Rogues Gallery. An example from the latter song:
      Batman: Harvey Dent, you'd better have a plan!
      Compared to me, you're half the man!
      How have you been since you got burned?
      You got two faces; want a third?
      Dr. Crane, I'm gonna stop your fun!
      Drop the toxin; start to run!
      Even in your dreams, I'll be haunting you
      When I lock you up back in Arkham, son!
      Cobblepot, quit dawdling!
      Is that the fastest you can waddle, man?
      Go back to the zoo you belong in, man!
      You look like you were born in a garbage can!
    • "With Great Power" has Spider-Man occasionally trash-talking the various mooks he fights throughout the game; towards the end, he lets off against the super villains he fights:
      Spider-Man: Listen up, Mr. Negative
      I'm an optimist so you better split
      Norman Osborn - who elected him?
      Forget Oscorp, I got web to spin
      Time for Rhino to hit the bricks
      He's thick in the skin, but dim in the wits
      Shocker just botched a robbery job
      Good luck getting loose when I'm lockin' you up
      Scorpion, get over here
      Your toxin just got me snoring here
      I'll pluck the Vulture's feathers and then
      I'll send him soaring - clear
      Crank the voltage and get results
      Electro's shocked - better check his pulse
    • The Survivor in "You Can Hang" finally starts fighting back, starting with snarking at the Killer's attempts to intimidate him, and then mocking every Slasher trying to hunt him down, ending with a Badass Boast.
      Survivor: Oh please, you'll need more than a bear trap to snag me
      Keep in mind, even The Hag couldn't bag me
      I could be bleeding, this crappy Trapper couldn't track me
      Should've asked the Huntress to chuck some hatchets at me
      Wait, I see you Wraith, you ain't sneaking past
      Cannibal, want a snack? You can eat my ass (*pbbbbt!*)
      Inbred Hillbilly, ugly country bumpkin
      That's a burn, ask the Nurse to prescribe you something
      The Doctor cannot start operating
      Wanna shock me but I'm not cooperating
      I fell asleep on Elm Street 'cause it was boring
      The Nightmare stopped when I started snoring
      Mike, you're in bad Shape, you took a bad turn
      What's the matter, someone smash your Jack-o-lantern
      I'll Clown on you and have the last laugh
      With my power jukes, you got bad gas
      This little Piggy ain't fit for the Jigsaw
      Put me in a jaw trap - I just took the thing off
      I'm the hero of the story, make a villain quit
      Was a survivor, now I'm the one killing it
  • Voice of the Legion: Monstrous characters like the FNAF animatronics or Bendy will have multi-layered voices to highlight their otherworldliness.
  • Wham Line: The very end of "Spy Vs. Sombra" changes the entire song's premise.
    Sombra: Sorry but it's Sombra who's gonna win this song
    The only reason why, I was a Spy all along.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: The Ink monsters from "Can't Be Erased" claim that they were not always evil, but became that way when they got too drunk off the unholy power the Machine gave them:
    I was not always a monster; once I was somebody's muse
    Innovation made us stronger, but that power was abused
  • Your Mom: Spy (naturally) does this to Sombra in their rap battle.
    Spy: I'll sweep your mother off her feet; then, you can call me Father!

 
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