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Prickly Pete - 2011-03-17

I don't want to spoil what happens at 1:33 that takes this to a place I never even considered.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-03-22

That was stunning but nothing tops lil' Nene. Nothing says ghetto like SAC TOWN. Also the shocked faces looking up at her while she was FREESTYLIN ALL WICKED made this.

The entire thing is a train wreck of glitter and future broken dreams.

gambol - 2011-03-17

way evil

Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2011-03-17

seem like clean healthy fun, but how muh does this cost? also this will haunt them for the rest of their lives!

jangbones - 2011-03-17

I'm going to disagree with you on the "healthy" part. These kids got these opportunities because their parents paid for them, not because they are talented. They will think they are real musicians and performers, then they will fail miserably and be mocked mercilessly for it. That can't be good for their mental health.

Ha ha.

freedoom - 2011-03-17

What the shit is ARK music factory? It seems like a vehicle for generic pop made by untalented youths.

Jack Dalton - 2011-03-17

Ark Music Factory is the company that made the now hugely famous video "Friday." I'm surprised that it took nearly a week for this video to make it out of the hopper.

spikestoyiu - 2011-03-17

It's the next logical step after baby pageants and those crazy super sweet sixteen parties the TV is always tellin' me about.

freedoom - 2011-03-17

Apparently i'm not up on my internets. I had to look up "Friday"

Ocyrus - 2011-03-17

I had to look up "Friday" too, then I gouged my eyes out and ruptured my eardrums... contemplating suicide.

Mostly Pi - 2011-03-17


Clever little announcing bitch.

rev.dinosaur - 2011-03-17

I've said it before, but I think that there's an industrial level of pedophilia going on here.

Mother_Puncher - 2011-03-17

I have a feeling this will turn out similar to Pinicchio where the kids think they are getting what they want but the people behind it have a malicious plan to turn them into jack-asses and sell them into slavery.

Mostly Pi - 2011-03-17

Going to turn them into jackasses? I think god and his strange sense of humor took care of that part in utero.

kthorjensen - 2011-03-17

If you don't watch to 5:45 and hear the message from Quincy Jones delivered via iPad, you are missing the best thing.

snothouse - 2011-03-17

Just...keep doin what you're doin...I'm doin'...anything else right now

Colonel Cowlung - 2011-03-17

The Quincy Jones recording is terrifying and followed by an exceptional performance.

Rudy - 2011-03-17

For Little NeNe. And Armour (it's a play on words!). And the "Party Like The Rich Kids" dude. And the rapidly diminishing returns produced by American culture.

Mother_Puncher - 2011-03-17

Rapping before she could talk and the rich kid with "Party Like the Rich kids are the highlights of the video beside that obvious Quincy Jones soundboard.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-03-17

They're powerless without their autotuning!

Oh, and check out long-haired jobber guitar guy. He seems really... into it.

Maggot Brain - 2011-03-17

You'd be into it too if you knew you were getting paid.

To be honest I thought the fat white girl, the raven symone mark two, and the white chicks at 2:45 and 3:30 were in the uncanny valley of almost good. The blond gay kid does not at all have a voice for pop music, welsh folk maybe.

tenten - 2011-03-17

When did C&C sell the business?

erection reset by queer - 2011-03-18

Here are some stars for you

Phil - 2011-03-17

8:17 "I'm gonna breathe down your neck, you can guess what's next"
Never has sexual assault been so catchy.

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