Jul 112013

Daft Punk’s latest hit single Get Lucky continues to trend online with no apparent end in sight. 

The latest spoof of the hit tech song featuring Pharrell comes from YouTuber Is This How You Go Viral. The crew put together this adorable Sesame Street music video synced up with the song, with Grover, Ernie, and the rest of the Sesame Street crew partying it up.

Santiago Palacio Gómez agrees with the publishers name, saying, “Yes, this is how yo go viral!”

Now, the week old video has gone viral, and is even featured on BuzzFeed, Fark, Dose, and UpRoxx.  


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Jul 102013

To promote their annual free Slurpee giveaway on the 11th of July, 7-11 commissioned YouTube famous Nathan Barnatt to take the company into the Internet world, and perform the ‘Slurpee Dance.’ 

As expected, he dances in seemingly inhuman ways and acts a fool with outrageous visuals and Dubstep music blasting.


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Jul 102013

In just two short decades, China has become a world powerhouse. Only America stands in their way now, and sadly, it seems the USA is subconsciously preparing for the day China officially becomes #1.

Mark Griffith has been in China for a couple of years now, and apparently, they already feel on top of the world there. 

To demonstrate the current metropolis state of the capital of China, Mark commissioned this music video parody of the NYC classic Empire State Of Mind with an Chinese twist, starring Andrew Dougherty and Princess Fortier

Notice the chorus reads “Now you’re in Beijing, there’s nothing you can do” as a quiet jab at the oppressive communist regime. 


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Jul 092013

Few things scream ‘Summer!’ like an epic pop music mash up.

To appease the appetite of pop music lovers, popular remix artist Dj Earworm has performed his magic again, creating this ultimate Summermash of all the catchiest, most popular tunes of the summer of 2013.  

Viewers will recognize tunes such as Right Now by Rihanna, Get Lucky by Daft Punk, Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke, and more!


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Jul 092013

As an ingenious way to promote their new Glass facial computer, Google has handed out the new device to a slew of YouTubers who in turn have been featuring the new tech in parody videos, reviews, and more. 

Popular YouTuber iJustine absolutely loves her new Glass. To spread the word, she has just published this creative new parody of Stone Sour’s classic rock song Through Glass with a Google Glass twist. 


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