Soundtrack Of My Life: NSFW Songs That Have Me SMH

I think someone slipped some Haterade into my vanilla rooibos tea because I’m feeling all sorts of punchy. It’s like the smallest thing will piss me off, and I’ll launch into a grumbly and sarcastic tirade reminiscent of “Really!?! with Seth & Amy.” Plus, I HATE being in a bad mood, which puts me in an even WORSE mood.

It’s not pretty, people. Look away.

This unexplained aggression has been the inspiration for my newest column. See, there’s a lot of stuff I don’t understand in the world — i.e. how Marilyn Monroe died, what caused someone to create Carhenge or why the heck Kim Kardashian celebrated her engagement by dipping two mini-horses in glitter — and usually I can accept the unknown. However, when it comes to the following crop of artists, I can stop scratching my head and muttering obscenities under my breath. Why? I’m not sure. Maybe I don’t get their art™. Or I’m allergic to their music. Irregardless, I think it deserves further investigation.

So apply your colored contacts, tighten up your Minnie Mouse headband and take out your Zef dictionary because you’re about to experience NSFW and SMH majesty of Blood On The Dance FloorMillionairesKreayshawn and Die Antwoord.

To read the entire column, hoof it over to MTV Buzzworthy.

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4 Responses to “Soundtrack Of My Life: NSFW Songs That Have Me SMH”
  1. Zoe says:

    You know that one of the guys from Blood on the Dance floor was accused of raping an underage fan? Even if I could get past their ridiculous look and enjoy the music (which I’m totally nerdy and capable of), I refuse to look past rape accusations.

  2. Leslie Simon says:

    Yeah, I totally read that. Oof! Speaking of “underage fans,” have you seen those crazy Jessi Slaughter videos? I’ve wasted far too much time watching those.

  3. Zoe says:

    Oh gosh, that poor girl. They were hilarious but at the same time, I thought it really sick that 4chan took the time to harass her. She may have been acting like an idiot but she’s a kid…

  4. Keaton says:

    I gotta say, I love me som Yo Landi Vi$$er…..

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Leslie is the author of Geek Girls Unite: How Fangirls, Bookworms, Indie Chicks and Other Misfits Are Taking Over the World, out now through It Books. She is also the author of Wish You Were Here: An Essential Guide to Your Favorite Music Scenes and co-author of Everybody Hurts: An Essential Guide to Emo Culture. She currently lives in Los Angeles, CA.