An emerging singer from Las Vegas has gone viral on the internet after teasing a country version of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP.”
Travis Yee, who calls himself the “Asian Country Singer,” recorded the summer hip-hop smash to the tune of Garth Brooks’ “The Dance” — and somehow turned it from raunchy to ranch-friendly.
A Filipino-Korean writer, actor and musician from Ohio is the star of a new music video that hilariously weaves gay culture, Asian stereotypes and country music altogether.
Nathan Ramos, whose song “When December Comes” opened the ABC Christmas Day Parade in 2017, says that he wanted to create something that would subvert country music — something he describes as “a traditionally very straight white male space.”
Last month, Fixr.com thought it would be fun to create a world map showcasing the most googled product costs for every country. The infographic is based on Google’s autocomplete function, which provides users with suggestions based on common searches by other users. Though not scientifically accurate, it yields some pretty funny, and some very questionable, results.
Using the formula “how much does a * cost in (x country)” in their Google search bar, they found that Google users want to know: