Will they be there for you?

banner popNews broke yesterday that there will be a revival/reunion season of the series that you clapped along with every week and made you want to visit central perk every time you visited NYC. This made all the world go CooCoo for Coco Puffs and everyone was like “OMG! EYES ARE BLEEDING BECAUSE I’M SO EXCITED FOR THE FACT THAT THIS IS HAPPENING!”

Well, your eyes were bleeding for nothing but a bunch of lies. That’s right, E! News reported that this is just a vicious rumor. The show’s creator Marty Kauffman (no relation) said:

“I’m going to clear this up—it’s not happening! Friends was about that time in your life when your friends are your family and once you have a family, there’s no need anymore.”

So according to Marty, once you have yourself a family then you have no need for friends anymore? Gurl, you be straight up trippin’. You just don’t throw your friends to the curb once you get yourself a family. Sometimes, your family will drive you up the wall cray-cray and your friends are the people who you go to complain about your family to and who you go out with to get away from your family.

I think we all can agree that it would be interesting to see how Chandler, Monica, Joey, Ross, Rachel, and Phoebe interact with each other and with others in this new stage of their life. But alas, it looks like we won’t know if they will still there for each other. Hopefully, we will a reunion in the future because it will answer the age-old question of how the hell they had the power to turn off all of those lights from one lamp.

Psy releases new single

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He’s back and he’s ready to prove once and for all that “Gangnam Style” wasn’t his only hit in the US. That’s right, Psy has released his next single and it’s called “Gentleman”. Here is the song:

This song is pretty much Psy getting a nice club beat and adding words to it, which explains why I wanted to hit myself in the face two minutes into it because the beat was driving me cray-cray. The song does stick to the K-Pop and J-Pop formula of a danceable beat, catchy lyrics (I’m not honestly sure if they are catchy because I don’t speak korean but I will just say they are), with a hint of english.But that still doesn’t mean that it is an awesome song. The song would be somewhat fine (okay, it would still not be good) if the beat was so goddamn annoying.

What worked for the song? Well, not a lot. The only thing I like about the song is how they used mother father instead of mother f******.  I will admit that it was extremely clever and that I’m pissed that I didn’t think of it first. Who would have though to say “I’m a mother father princess” instead of “I’m a mother freaking’ or mother f-ing’ princess” (Shout out to Avril Lavigne!)??

Overall, if you are looking for a song to dance to and you’re drunk then this song is pretty much for you. But if you are looking for “Gangnam Style 2.0”, then you will be sadly and greatly disappointed.

Rating: 2 oppas out of 5


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Barnyard Remixes


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In case you’ve lived under a rock for the past couple of weeks, there is a new way to remix songs that has taken to the internet by storm (expecting a pun to go there, wasn’t you?). This “advance” form of remixing has the sounds of goats in parts where there is “oh-ing” or screaming in the song. The most famous “goat version” is of everyone favorite serial dater Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble”.

Don’t believe me? Well check out this little ditty:

Yeah, that is what we are talking about. Taking good songs and turning them into nothing more than just extremely awkward and somewhat disturbing remixes. Other songs that visited the farm are “Living on A Prayer” by Bon Jovi (HOW DARE THEY RUIN A CLASSIC!?!), “Party in the USA” by Miley Cyrus (That one felt right), and “Ni**as in Paris” by Jay-Z feat. Kayne (We will let you ponder that one).

While the origin of this phenomenon isn’t very clear (and that we don’t give a flying squirrel who made it), we at The Pop Project do not approve of this! We find the “goat remixes” to be just terrible. If we wanted to listen to crap, we would just turn on some Nickelback because that is all “goat remixes” are-crap. I know what you are thinking, “goat remixes” are made not to be taken seriously but when you publish online, it will be taken seriously. So people of the internet, PLEASE make all of this stop for the sake of our ears and for the sake of our goats!