This is a story all about how one organisation turned Christmas upside down.

Christmas is a time for sharing, and one New Zealand company has shared its hilarious year-end review video with the world.

In a video posted to YouTube, Kiwi Public Trust employees rapped about their successes in 2017 to the theme tune of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

Public Trust CEO Bob Smith took the bull the horns and led the rap. Photo / YouTube
Public Trust CEO Bob Smith took the bull the horns and led the rap. Photo / YouTube

Wearing bling, a hoodie and a sideways red cap, CEO Bob Smith kick things off, rapping: "This is a story about PT, a year in review and what we've achieved.

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"We'd like just to take a minute, just sit right there, we'll tell you about our cool staff from the past year."

The video then cuts to staff members in Christmas hats before they individually dive into hip hop holiday hilarity of their own.

In one verse, PT says it "Launched learning pathway to help you all succeed, to help with your learning and help you achieve.

"Operational excellence, getting this tight, retail revenue grows we're doing all right."

As the video comes to a close, the company wishes everyone a safe Christmas before CEO Bob Smith address viewers with a final message.

"We want you to be refreshed, come up for here, thank you all for being part of the journey this year."

Public Trust is known as New Zealand's largest provider of wills and estate administration services.

They have a range of products and services including legal, financial, investment, Trusts, estate administration and estate protection.