Idina Menzel's NYC New Year's 2015 Live performance of Let It Go

During Dick Clark's New Year's Rocking Eve at Time Square the vocalist Idina Menzel from the children's Disney cartoon Frozen performed its extensively difficult hit song 'Let It Go' live on stage. She is a talented singer who did a brilliant job recording the song. This, however, was live, in front of a large crowd, being broadcasted across the nation and in 30 degree weather. Regardless the circumstances, for the most part, she belted it out reasonably well. Nonetheless, as I have come to understand, people gave her a grave panning.

I'm not getting on that bandwagon. She could have easily opted to lip sync the song. The crowd wouldn't have cared and most people on twitter wouldn't have even noticed; not exactly musical scholars in either set. I'm sure the producers even gave her that option. Also considering, in the first place, how stupid and childish celebrating new years actually is, how the fanfare of something as trivial as a number changing, well, a pre-recorded vocal track would have fit right in with all the other asininity.

Literally I Can't - Play-N-Skillz Feat. Redfoo, Lil Jon and Enertia McFly

First off, for everyone who was shocked and offended by this video, you're a moron and quite frankly, I would like to take a look at your iTunes library. For anyone who's crying sexism over this piece of crap -or over anything at all, really- while in position of even one Chris Brown song, it should be legal to shoot that person right in the back of the head. Not a fan of eugenics but I think we'd all agree the human race would be better off having that level of stupid out of the gene pool.

All going overboard aside, we got to consider the recipient of all the hate: We got freakin' Lil Jon so no surprise the guy who made this little gem made something misogynistic. Secondly, RedFoo, the scruffy hair having, next-level retarded hipster glasses wearing twat from LMFAO so of course it's gonna be a repetitive piece of shit only mental patients registering an IQ lesser than their shoe size would enjoy.

Hangover - Psy feat. Snoop Dogg

I had to sit this one out for a bit. At the epic scale of its horridness, it took me this long to even muster the energy to comprehend its existence. This is North Korea level of bad.... Surely I'm not the only who's made the Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong Un parallel. 

In case you're too young to remember, Snoop Dogg use to be a respectable west-coast rapper back in 90's. Who knew the guy that 20 years earlier was hanging out with the grandfather of funk, sippin' on gin and juice would end up throwin' back soju​ with a Korean ass puppet?

Hello Kitty - Avril Lavigne

Who should be more offended: Japanese or Katy Perry for getting ripped off? You know, I still giggle every time I think of when she tried to market herself as a punk rocker. So silly.

I'm given the understanding Avril Lavigne is wildly popular in Japan. If this is indeed the case, she's not trying to parody Kawaii culture but rather playing to her audience. It makes sense to me; of course I have nothing against them and it may be my modest opinion, but Japanese girls have very poor taste in pop culture. Either way, if she's loved over there, they can have her. Don't think anyone here has ever really enjoyed her or her music in the first place and we all agreed to right out ignore her ever since the Chad Kroeger experiment. Just remember Japan, no backsies!

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