Mac Miller's 'Party On Fifth Ave." parodied by Danny Dizzy & Zach Truth

Mac Miller's good-time anthem "Party On Fifth Ave." seems tailor-made for a parody video, especially around these parts. And it didn't take long for Danny Dizzy and Zach Truth to come up with "Party At First Ave.," a playful, fun-filled ode to the Twin Cities, as well as Minneapolis' venerable nightclub. The video features a lot of easily recognizable local landmarks (as well as a brazen climb on Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen's famous 'Spoonbridge and Cherry' sculpture), with the young duo riffing on what they think makes Minnesota great. Take a look at "Party At First Ave." after the jump.

And, here's Mac Miller's original "Party On Fifth Ave." video for comparison, in case you haven't seen it yet.

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