11/17/2014 01:30 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Nothing About This Music Video Makes Sense But It's Gunning For World Domination Anyway

Every so often, a music video pops up on the Internet that does whatever is necessary in order to dethrone the most recent viral champion. There has been Psy's "Gangnam Style," and there has been Ylvis' "What Does the Fox Say?" But both of those videos seem like child's play (well, more like adult's play) in comparison to the latest release by Chinese pop star Wang Rong, "Chick Chick." It's difficult to quite say exactly what is happening in the video for "Chick Chick," as listeners are bombarded by lyrics that consist entirely of animal noises.

There are some female dancers dressed like chickens ...

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... some shirtless men with random animal masks on ...

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... some animated farm animals ...

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... and they are all dancing and singing for the pleasure of some shape-shifting sorceress?

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At 5.4 million YouTube views and quickly climbing, "Chick Chick" is destined for Internet domination. The video's description labels it as a "divine comedy," and that it is meant to "subvert your knowledge of popular songs." It's impossible to say exactly what the song achieves, but it's probably outrageous enough to scare any stoner straight, and that's got to count for something, right?



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