More baby rappers fill your freakout quotient for the week

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In honor of our recent discovery of the "baby wrestling rap" of ICP progeny Violent JJ, we decided to fish around the fetid sewers of YouTube to see what other "baby rap" genres are out there, and sweet lord, did we find the mother lode.

Meet Mini Daddy, baby reggaeton superstar.

As disturbing as Violent JJ's clown rap/wrestling shtick was, Mini Daddy has the edge, thanks to the utterly tasteless inclusion of some nine-year-old (or so) girls in the video, grinding away just like the nineteen-year-old girls in your typical rap video. That elevates it from perverse and off putting to perverted and outright disturbing.

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Lost polar bear plays Lost theme on accordion

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The ending to Lost left many mysteries unexplained, such as where did those damn polar bears come from? after you watch today's video, you're going to have even more mysteries to ponder, mysteries like how did this polar bear find a Dharma jumpsuit, get off the island, learn to play the accordion and how can the people passing by be so damn unimpressed? Now that we think of it, where did he get the accordion? The mysteries deepen...

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The Resident Evil cancan fulfills your nerd quotient for the day

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Wishing you were at San Diego Comic Con but stuck at work/home? Wondering how you can fulfill your nerd quotient for the day? Or maybe you just always wondered what might happen if someone were to combine the world's most famous zombie video-game series with the infamous cancan song?

If you answered yes to any/all of those questions, have we got something special for you!

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German kids love krautrock, sexy sailor robot girls and straw hats

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Ah, Germany: Strangest of European cultures, home of great beers and lovers of David Hasselhoff. Not to mention, the only possible place in the world, apart from maybe their WWII buddies Japan, where something like today's video could emerge.

Why? Because only in Germany would one think to combine the hypnotic grooves of krautrock (complete with weirdo vocoded vocal section) with chirpy, kiddy pop straight off of Radio Disney.

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Scorpion delivers a rousing accordion rendition of the "Mortal Kombat" theme

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Today's journey into the freaky detritus of the music world is short, sweet and strangely surreal. It seems to come from some far off Russia-type place (at least, the Cyrillic writing on the YouTube page we found it seems to indicate such a thing) where ninjas play the accordion, and play it well.

And what do ninjas play? Well, when the ninja in question is Scorpion from Mortal Kombat, they play the theme to Mortal Kombat, naturally.

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"Chill in my Vein" will chill your brain, possibly fatally

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The Internet is full of amateur musicians with big aspirations. The talented ones can be truly inspiring and occasionally even rise to superstardom (hello, Justin Bieber!). The less-talented ... well, they are awesome in their own, special way and the very best/worst of them become famous in their own way. Today, we delve deep into the world of the untalented for a song that is in the running for "worst song ever" -- Lori Watt's "Chill in my Vein."

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Humpty Dumpty rap inspires interpretive dance, hilarity ensues

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When weird nursery rhyme raps and unbelievably awkward dancing come together, magic happens. And today, we have something magical for you.

It's an odd rap song about everyone's second favorite eggman (John Lennon being everyone's favorite eggman, naturally). In and of itself, the song is fairly unremarkable as far as cheesy kids rap tunes go.

But it moved one man so much he had to choreograph and record a dance to it. And once you see this gentleman's awkward, lumbering style and unflagging enthusiasm for both the mediocre music and the power of dance, you will never be the same. Experience it all after the jump.

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Hey Champ offer up dolphin boobs, glowing eyes and other strangeness

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Today's video conjures the halycon days of '80s MTV, when bands would pair their slick, irresistible synth-pop masterpieces with heady, high-concept videos. It was a time that gave us timeless classics like a-ha's animated masterpiece for "Take on Me," and its spirit has returned with Hey Champ's "Neverest" video.

But this is the Internet age, so Hey Champ had to take that idea, turn it up to eleven and bathe it in some sort of ionizing cosmic radiation to up the weirdness quotient enough to turn heads. Luckily, the outfit has succeeded. "Neverest" will show you things you have never seen before, unless you have access to far better/worse drugs than we've ever even dreamed of. And it will do it all to the tune of a catchy synth-pop throwback you'll have stuck in your head for hours!

We don't want to spoil the surprises too much, so let us just say it may be mildly NSFW if your work frowns on nipple-less boobs that turn into glowing-eyed dolphin heads. Otherwise, by all means continue...

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Insert coin for Pacman Fever

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Our collective pop-culture past is littered with the remains of plenty of freaky material. Exhibit A is "Pacman Fever," a novelty rock song from Buckner & Garcia about everyone's favorite pie-shaped video game hero.

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Nigel's rainbow-powered green-screen adventure

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"Hi, I'm Nigel"
This is Nigel. Nigel is a dancer. Just ask him, he'll tell you.

In today's video, Nigel gets his groove on in an audition. And through the magic of green-screen special effects, Nigel's groove is augmented by blasts of rainbow colored awesome.

The video claims to be an outtake from auditions for the multi-city Electric Daisy Carnival tour. Whether it's a genuine audition tape that someone had some fun with or a giant put on, it's doing pretty well as a viral -- it's amassed almost 150,000 views in a week or so.

And damned if it doesn't make Electric daisy Carnival look like a good time -- if there are going to be dudes like this shooting rainbows out of their bodies, how can anyone not go? Check out the video after the jump and judge for yourself -- can anyone resist the charms of Nigel's rainbow power?

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