Hannah Montana is deader than dead: Miley Cyrus’s newest musical offerings include “Bitches Love Cake,” this totally weird (on purpose) dubstep song with Borgore. It’s got a baby goat, panda and unicorn costumes, and a big ol’ cake . Oh, and Miley Cyrus’s freakishly long tongue. As commenter LR52185 told me when he sent this in, “Miley must have some Gene Simmons in her … her tongue is huuuuuuuuuuge.” All the better to lick Liam Hemsworth with, I suppose.
We just found out about Awkwafina and now we’re kind of in love. The tiny rapper created the track “My V@g,” in which she compares her vagina to a “chrome Range Rover / your vag / hatchback ’81 Toyota.” Yeah, it’s that good. [The Hairpin]
Maybe you’re a fan of Marina and the Diamonds and lady rapper Kitty Pryde? Or maybe you just like sloths. Either way, this video for “How To Be A Heartbreaker” will satisfy. [YouTube]
A Frisky reader sent me the lyric video for Pink’s new song “Slut Like Me” and asked what I think. To be honest, musically, I think it sucks. But I have a feeling he was asking what I really think about Pink owning the word “slut” and using it to describe herself — which I’m cool with in my own life. We have to be aware of the nuanced differences between how different people use “offensive words.” Those words can be powerful or harmful depending on who is using them and how. It’s totally different when I call myself a slut in a positive, pat-on-the-back way than it is when an angry man calls me a slut because I rejected him at a bar. (Or, you know, Rush Limbaugh calls Sandra Fluke a “slut.”) “Slut Like Me” is no great piece of music, though. I wish it was worthy of the debate over women using the word “slut” that it is going to cause! [YouTube]
What happens when you combine two of the most infectious pop culture events — “Honey Boo Boo Child” and South Korean dance sensation PSY? Pure magic, that’s what. Check out this “Honey Boo Boo Child”/”Gangnam Style” mashup and just try to keep your brain from exploding with joy. [YouTube]
Nevermind that I’ve never heard any of the songs in this clip because I’m approximately 100 years old, all you need to know is the Snuggie Kid is back, and he is better than ever. The be-Snuggied preteen — who stole our hearts with his pitch perfect rendition of Beyonce’s “Countdown” video — returns to offer his stellar dance moves for the VMA’s “Best Choreography In A Video” award. Is that a thing? Cool, dude. [YouTube]
In Nomads’ new music video for “Addicted to Love,” a mysterious woman “accidentally” spills Leighton Meester’s drink all over her … and they rush to the bathroom to “clean it up.” I think it’s rude that Leighton is leading poor Wilmer Valderrama on, if you ask me! [After Ellen]
Sir Ivan is what might happen if David Guest and “Juicy” Joe Giudice had an adult baby. He made this horrific song and spent approximately 99 percent of the music budget on body paint. So it’s basically can’t-look-away terrible. Color us thoroughly mindfucked. [Sir Ivan]
This is so cool: Ellie Goulding solicited photos from fans to create a lyric video project for her new song, “Anything Can Happen,” off her forthcoming album, Halcyon. Fans submitted over 1,200 pics and a great deal of them made it into the final video (above). The song is devine and I love the Instagram-y vibe of the vid. Enjoy!
“Hollywood Douchebag” is a song by porn star Bree Olsen and some dude named Mike Gonsolin. It’s really terrible in a can’t-look-away-the-douchebag-train-is-running-off-the-tracks kind of way. Also, it epitomizes the very essence of what I hate about L.A. — not very smart people doing their very best impression of what they think it is to be “witty” and “ironic.” On the flipside, I’ve never seen so many fake boobs in one 4-minute clip, so good on them. [YouTube]