David Holmes starts every flight with a routine but when David Holmes used to give the pre-flight instructions, the passengers would tune out and glaze over, well not anymore.
"We're gonna shake things up a little bit," says Holmes to his passengers. "I take them by surprise I usually don't tell them I'm going to do it."
"You guys with me, all right, give me a stomp, clap, stomp, clap," says Holmes.
David needs a little audience participation to pull his instructions off.
"There ya go keep that going, this is flight 372 on SWA, the flight attendant on board serving you today, Teresa in the middle, David in the back, my name is David and I'm here to tell you that," Holmes raps to the passengers on board.
He continues, "If you have a seat with a row with an exit. We're going to talk to ya so ya might as well expect it. Ya gotta help evacuate in case we need you, if you don't wanna then we'll have to reseat you."
"I didn't know how they were going to react. And I like to have fun at work, but then people starting getting off the plane and said to me. That's the first time I ever listened to the emergency instructions."
He continues, "before we leave our advice is put away your electronic devices, fasten your seatbelt, then put you're trays up press the button and make the seatback raise up."
David was discovered by a passenger who recorded his wrap with her cell phone and then told him she was putting it on YOUTUBE.
He then dared her and two days later she did it and two days after that it had already 2000 hits at the time.
Now Holmes is a YOUTUBE sensation and he's been doing the rap ever since to rave reviews.
Passenger say they never experienced a rapping flight attendant before and that it's pretty awesome.
David has three different versions and he says the hard part is making sure they're fun, but also comply with FAA regulations.