It's been a rather long and monotonous week and how better to prepare for a better week than with a good laugh?
I always find it humorous when the vocal track is blended into the instrumental accompaniment in the vain attempt to make the song sound less bad. Whatever sounds great to one's own ears while scraping the virtually endless layers of makeup off one's face in the shower, when sang into a microphone, well, microphones don't lie.....which is why they become manipulated.
It's fairly unclear who Gnesa is. She showed up as randomly as the little girl everyone is comparing her to. According to her facebook page (not fan page, mind you) she's a professional singer-songwriter living in New York City. You know what they say: If you can't make it there, give it a go on the Internet.
There was a time when wedding pictures never left the wedding album and videos stayed on VHS. I'm sure they're a lovely couple and she seems like a very loving person who's full of joy and life. All this is good and I'm happy for them but why must everyone engage in public displays of affection by putting such nonsense on youtube?
According to the original video description:
"This surprise wedding music video was created for my husband
Todd Evan Krieger in Venice Beach, California and unveiled for
him at our wedding reception in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Other shots shown are in Malibu, Laguna Beach, Tahoe, Ixtapa,
Burning Man, San Francisco, Santa Monica, Topanga
Canyon, Taos, Vancouver, Peru, and the Galapagos Islands.
I'd like to give a major shout out to Panos Stoumpos whom hit
the pavement with me capturing shots; he's a creative rock star.
Steve McCormick is super talented and was uber helpful in the
studio when recording, and John David Heeg buttoned everything
up with his rad editing skills.
Hats off to our beautiful cat Balka...and of course my amazing
husband Todd whose love inspired this video!!!
Everything's okay-o when I'm with Tadeo."
Well, that's all fine and nice but it would be naive of me to believe she didn't also create this video -and later shared on youtube- to shove her happiness in the noeses of those around her who perhaps isn't as lucky as she perceives herself. It may sound mean, but no, that's simple human nature we're all guilty of from time to time......if/when we're lucky......otherwise why else would anyone use facebook?
Thought this sounded pretty familiar and then I realized it's made by the same guy who came up with Wal-Mart. Oh yeah, don't know what Bonose TV is, but whoever is running it loves the twerk and mind-numbing repetition. Obviously they know what sells!
About a month after these two twits released Hot Problems, they came out with this mistake. It took me four months before I realized they did another song. The reason is obvious: this song wasn't buzzing because no one cares. At the time of posting this entry, Hot Problems has a little over 15.4 million hits whereas this video only has just under 130 thousand. That must be killing them. Obviously they wanted to reach a Rebecca Black style of fame. The only problem is, even though Rebecca Black is terrible, she's not an egotistical little twat. There's no target demographic for that.
People expect greatness like stuff from the Beatles or the Who but in reality, this is exactly the kind of stuff you get when writing at 4:20.
Besides that, the combination Taco Bell/Pizza Hut, the Taco Bell/KFC, etc. is a fine example why this country is so awesome. And yes, I know they have them in other countries......and you're welcome.
People, enough! Who actually still believes doing a parody of an LMFAO song is a good idea? I suppose they're the same people who feel the need to join a flash mob or purpose to his girlfriend in front of a large crowd. Yeah, NASA is cool but come on man, you're being a stupid hack! Didn't it seem a bit easy to find the instrumental version of that track? I know you thought that surely a bikini-clad chick as the dancing robot was a great idea..... I get it..... It's a little better than the original...... But it's still terrible.
I've suspected so much with his video, "Sup" when he went by the name Mason Kay Oman and I'm now convinced this kid is a troll. Do a simple google video search and you'll find every video he has made (which he's since set to private or flat out removed), he put his iPhone right up to his mouth like a complete tool, he's wearing that nasty red robe and I can only imagine how terrible his songs were.
He uploaded this video to a new account going by the name Rhett Ocean (if that's his real name *sarcasm*). Thanks, by the way, to Francis for sharing this with me on facebook.
Yet another example why kids shouldn't own smart phones.
Juggalos say that no one understands them and that's why they became Juggalos. I sure as hell can understand that; they obviously didn't become Juggalos for all the wonderful music.
Tosh.o gave this 14 year-old boy who's evidently lost and alone, even though he still lives with his parents, a web redemption a few days back where he was able to meet Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope personally to do a, well, do what they're known to do. If you haven't seen it, you're not required to watch; it's exactly what you'd expect. Although I really wish they snuck in something about magnets.