Ignore the Turkish lyrics. Or don’t. Your choice.
Music Videos over the internet
It’s all over, folks. It’s time to pack up and go home. Life is no longer about raising a family and being happy, it’s about twerking that fat ass. Apparently.
This isn’t me saying so, it’s Nicki Minaj. Yep, that woman with the fat ass and less talent than one of the hairs on my big toe.
Love or hate Taylor Swift, you have to admit she knows how to write catchy pop songs. And her latest single, Shake It Off, is no exception.
The Internet may have delivered the worst singer of all time into our laps. And we thank the collective hive mind for doing so, because this video deserves to be watched over and over again.
Whether or not you like Mumford & Sons — I happen to love them — this music video spoofing their style of performing should make you laugh.
This is Derick Watts & The Sunday Blues singing Blame Mumford & Sons. And doing so in the style of, well, Mumford & Sons.
Apparently Kid has taken the Internet by storm over the past week or so, after the video of a news reporter interviewing him went viral.
And now, there’s a song.
Anyone out there who thinks video games are a complete waste of time and money needs to watch this video. Because this young girl proves beyond all reasonable doubt that there is value in them thar video games.
“Moral watchdogs in the US have launched a furious attack on the debut trailer for much-hyped erotic romance Fifty Shades of Grey, arguing that the film normalises sexual violence.
As a bit of a grammar Nazi myself, it’s refreshing to see this subject tackled in a song. Even better, in a song by Weird Al, who from this moment forth can do absolutely no wrong in my eyes.
If ever a video revealed how stupid people in clubs look then it’s this one. And it’s all thanks to what happens when the music is removed from the equation.