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Via Lil Nas X
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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...

Via Lil Nas X
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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. 

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Grunge rockers Nirvana show their distaste for following the rules in this hilarious recording from British music show 'Top of the Pops.' Apparently the show runners would force bands to perform live vocals over pre-recorded back tracks. The Seattle band predictably deemed this to be un-rock and roll, and, instead of backing out, trolled the entire performance of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" in their own goofy and irreverent way.

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2017 In Review: The 10 Best Shooting Stars Memes

One of the year's biggest video memes was "Shooting Stars," which became completely unavoidable in February. The 2008 hit single form Australian electronic group Bag Raiders came back with a vengeance, featured in remixes from classic (Rick Astley) to political (Donald Trump.) Here are our absolute favorite mashups - sorry in advance for the inevitable ear worm.

Best Shooting Stars memes of 2017, Donald Trump, Spongebob, lord of the rings, alex jones, star wars, anakin, obi-wan, prequel memes, bag raiders.
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Super Deluxe, the people responsible for Emo Trump songs and viral live videos, has done it again. This time they transform Tomi Lahren's tantrums into an astonishingly upbeat Cyndi Lauper tribute - complete with lyrics about "mouth diarrhea." 

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The song features a Japanese child singing on about how weak Magikarp is. Here's the chorus:

Weak pokémon, Magikarp

The weakest thing in the world

Weak pokémon, Magikarp

So weak that it's actually shocking

Can't say this is quite as catchy as the Slowpoke song:



But damn if it's right up there!

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He first appears in this weirdly catchy music video at about 34 seconds, and boy is he oiled up. Suddenly being a barista or driving for Uber doesn't seem so bad.

Via Teg Sethi
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In 2013, Teg Sethi bought himself a brand new Jeep Grand Cherokee for $60,000, and it's given him nothing but trouble ever since. After numerous breakdowns and no help from his local Jeep dealership, Sethi felt like he only had one option left: writing a song about it.

Beware: as cringe-inducing as this video is, it's also weirdly catchy and may end up stuck in your head all day.