Lil Wayne is a Bullfrog: Paste Puts the Patronus Charm on Nine Musical Artists
In Harry Potter’s world, a patronus is an animal protector created by a spell. Harry’s patronus is a stag, Ron Weasley’s is a Jack Russell terrier, and Hermione’s is an otter. We put the Patronus Charm on some of our favorite musicians, and here’s what we came up with:
Both creatures have puffy, bug-eyed faces, and are known for their rhythmic ribbiting.
Ritter's music can be a little shaggy at times, but it's loyal and true—it'll be by your side in good times and bad, ready to lick your wounds and kickstart the healing process. It could even run for help if you fell in a well.
Patronus: Ammit (mythical creature)
Part crocodile, part leopard and part hippo—did you really think the mash-up king would settle on just one?
Don't get too close—her sticky-sweet voice may not be worth the sting. Also, she could totally crawl into her own hair at night.
Patronus: Killer Bees
A swarm known to attack with lyrical stings from the front, back, or other indeterminate locations.
A beast that frequents tropic and subtropic zones; its ponderous nature belies its readiness to hustle.
Not only does her russet hair bear a striking resemblance to the small forest creature, she also referenced the animal on her 2006 album Fox Confessor Brings the Flood.
Patronus: Kanye demands that his spirit animal be a combination of Black Bear, Killer Whale, Bald Eagle and a Great White Shark.
He would also accept Jesus.