Here is a mashup of Li'l Wayne - A Milli and Klaxons - It's Not Over Yet. This is a good example of playing a naturally slow a capella at double speed with a song at regular speed. In most cases the rhythm of the a capella won't match, since slower a capellas are usually performed loosely with more breathing room. Leave it to Weezy (the best rapper alive?) to hold it down on tracks he has never heard before. The Klaxons' song is actually a cover of a song by Grace. I decided to title it after the Klaxons' album, Myths Of The Near Future, since it seemed to work better than most permutations of A Milli and It's Not Over Yet. Try them yourself and you'll see what I mean. (It's Not A Milli Yet? WEAK!) Bon appÃ©tit.