'Hot Cheetos & Takis' partner group releases 'Khaki Pants'

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A high-energy group of Minneapolis grade-schoolers are back at it again with the release of a new song and music video called "Khaki Pants."

The NSJ Crew, a partner group of Y.N.RichKids, from Nellie Stone Johnson Community School rap about their school uniforms in the boys-only number.

It's not the clothes you wear, but how you carry yourself, according to Zumic, a music news website, reported.

As CityPages points out, the kids show how you can still look fly by doing the "khaki dance."

Y.N.RichKids, a product of the North Community YMCA Beats and Rhymes program, gained their popularity from the viral hit "Hot Cheetos & Takis" that made the cut for for Spin Magazine’s list of “40 Best Songs of 2012” and earned over 6.2 million hits on YouTube.

Earlier this month, Y.N.RichKids released "My Bike."

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