A music video suddenly making its way around YouTube has people wondering if they've just witnessed the next "Gangnam Style" or, perhaps, have just suffered a psychotic break.
The bizarre music video “Chick Chick” by Chinese singer Rong "Rollin" Wang appears to trying to ride the same viral lightning that led the success of Korean singer Psy and Norwegian duo Ylvis ("What the Fox say?").
Wang is dressed in a white chicken corset as shirtless men in horse masks dance around making barnyard animal noises.
But trying to describe the video is pure folly. It has to be seen to be appreciated.
According to ABC, Wang is singing in Mandarin: ”Mother Hen, Mother Hen,” “Little Chick, Little Chick,” “Rooster, Rooster” and “Who stole my chicken feed?” However, the song's hook is just a series of clucking and squawking noises.
Though the song lacks some of the catchiness that made "Gangnam Style" and "The Fox" hits, it's likely that "Chick Chick" will be seen and heard on a lot of computers around the world this week.
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