Born to Serve - Jasmine Tridevil (a.k.a. Three-Boob June)

"It's about time I turn the tables. There's too many women with derogatory labels." This coming from the girl known for faking a third boob. In the feminism world I'm sure she carries a lot of credibility. Everyone knew we haven't seen the last of her. Most people's guess was porn. Mine too. Suppose since it was fake she had to settle with a laughable music career. This video comes pretty damn close to our initial assumptions, however.

This is an interesting one, indeed. Although to its core it sounds exactly like every piece of crap reality show stars have been making over the past 10 years; that redundant, generic tone. But no! She went a different direction. She wanted to be unique so rather than another cheesy dance song about partying, she went BDSM and ripped off Nine Inch Nails' Closer. You know, that song with the hook, "I want to f--k you like an animal." Throw in a little bit of Lady Gaga styling and Devil/Angel/Catholic imagery like we've seen from classic Madonna and boom, a video fully intended to be "edgy".

Achy Breaky 2 - Buck 22 feat. Billy Ray Cyrus

The fusion of hip-hop and country isn't exactly a new concept. I'm sure everyone remembers Accidental Racist. There are a few examples that aren't a complete embarrassment, I just can't quite remember any.

I find it ironic Larry King is reporting the sighting of a UFO seeing how he looks very much like an alien himself. He's starting to get that E.T. quality in his older age.

So, there's a UFO "transcending" over Europe at 35,000 mph while at the same time hovering over Kentucky? And while you're reporting the existence of aliens and that they're currently in our skies, that's when you choose to mention Muhammad Ali was born in Kentucky? Alright, let's use that as a barometer for the level of attention taken in the process of making this video.

Nonetheless, I'll say this version is actually an improvement over the 90's original that polluted good memories of our childhood. Not exactly a hard task. Anyway, let's dig in.

Bound 2 - Kanye West

Kanye and Kim Kardashian (KKK): the albatross around the neck of every American, tied like a noose ever tightening. With attention whores as astronomical as these two I rather not give them more but this piece of garbage is so horrible I wouldn't be doing my job if I continued to ignore it.

I easily would have been able to continue ignoring it wasn't for James Franco and Seth Rogen. Like every generic track with phoned-in lyrics Kanye makes, this wretch is instantly ignorable/forgettable. James and Seth, on a lunch break and no budget, beautifully illustrated what this is: A badly produced PDA of two people who loves no one more than themselves put to shitty music. You know, love doesn't see color or even sex but Cupid sure as hell is vomiting blood after making this coupling. And by time North West starts talking, that little heart-tipped arrow carrying winged bastard will have a bounty on his head.

Twerking Isn't Drunk White Girl Dancing (aka Miley Display)

6ward Dumaine - Crowd Mova Chrystal

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I find it amazingly mind blowing how the mainstream is referring to what Miley Cyrus was doing as Twerking. It wouldn't take a person more than a few minutes on youtube to discover that's incorrect, but rather, she was doing the drunk white girl grind; the constant pseudo-sexy tongue play would account for that. I consider it as journalistic laziness of an ignorant east coast elite, who once seen/heard of twerking and associated what she was doing with that.

Personally, I feel the best representation of twerking was illustrated by Lady and her crew. That being said, wow, there's some amazing examples here as well. Through the open sunroof had to be my favorite. Not being able to understand a single word Crowd Mova Crystal said, that's a great, raw touch; it really adds a nice layer of cheese to all that beef.

Back to the S__t! - Millie Jackson

Realized I never moved this classic over from the old site and Millie Jackson is such an icon I had to repost rather than repopulate. This is just one track from her epic album, "Back to this S__t!" called, "Sho Nuff Danjus". It's the last track and I feel it's a fair representation of the reputation Millie has formed over the years.

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