When M.C. Hammer recorded this song more than 25 years ago, this was the exact reaction he was looking for. Ecstasy on the highest of levels. The bonding of black and white in a southern gas station. And a bunch of random people around the world watching it on their computer screens. But I like to think Mr. Hammer was looking to bring people together with his music and as you can see in that 139 seconds of joy, that mission was officially accomplished.