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Tom MacDonald has broken the internet again with his latest viral anti-woke anthem, 'Snowflakes.' Last month MacDonald bought Eminem's NFT beat for $100K and turned it into his own ode to the rap icon from the perspective of the infamous 'Stan' character. A pretty expensive stunt just to become a viral sensation, but hey, it worked. Now the 32-year-old is making his mark as 2021's most provocative rapper, perhaps in an effort to actually become the next Eminem. 

You know who hates America the most? Americans. 
Trigger warnings used to be on TV for seizures 
And now they're everywhere to protect millennials' feelings

It's difficult to tell whether he's succeeded in 'owning the libs' with his spicy bars, or if his haters are mostly just offended by how bad the track is. Whether you're genuinely triggered or ironically delighted by MacDonald's epic anti-woke summer jam, you've got to admit—the man knows how to go viral.

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If you were craving a bit of nostalgia today, here's a friendly reminder that in 2005, Lil' Jon, Xzibit, Snoop Dogg and David Banner appeared in the official video for KoRn's 'Twisted Transistor' and performed as frontman Jonathan Davis, bassist Fieldy, guitarist Munky and drummer David Silveria, respectively. Even several years later, the video is still incredibly epic, especially considering the climate of the music video industry at the time (when artists generally abided by the aesthetic expectations that came with their chosen genres). You could say bringing hip-hop stars into a nu-metal context was pretty ahead of its time.

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We have to give a hand to whoever took the time to cut out each movie clip for this incredible video. Cheers to you.

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We love most things about dads, but we're especially fond of dad jokes and dad rock. The latter is beautifully represented in this video.

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Ever since dropping his camero-filled video for Old Town Road, Lil Nas X has definitely had our attention where music videos are concerned. His new effort, the official video for "Panini," is a neon-purple hued homage to Blade Runner, and perhaps early-aughts videos like Shania's video for "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!" Wherever the inspiration was derived, the video is definitely a fun respite from our responsibilities, and probably yours too. 

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The "Old Town Road" rapper reportedly "accidentally" used the melody to "In Bloom" by Nirvana in the chorus, which he's since officially credited to Kurt Cobain. Now the only thing that would make this song better is if it were longer...

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We're pretty sure that we're not the only people who have been blasting the Lil Nas X/Billy Ray Cyrus remix of "Old Town Road" pretty much on repeat. The unlikely duo has just dropped this very entertaining video for the hit, complete with Western vibes, cowboy fashion, and even Chris Rock. We just want to know where we can cop some of those very bedazzled and fringe-heavy threads.