This video is almost certainly a joke. At least I desperately hope it is a joke. Please, tell me it's a joke.
I don't think it's a joke.
If you dare, watch two young girls calling themselves "Double Trouble" (they were obviously born after Stevie Ray Vaugh's death) mumble-rap a half-baked rant about how hard it is to be hot.
Matthew Panzarino of TNW writes, "These girls are someone’s daughters, and they’re probably not evil. This video, however, is one of the worst things ever made."
My favourite commentary on the vid, however, is on the YouTube post by "Old Bailey Productions" (which itself appears to be a teenage vanity project):
"Old Bailey Productions does not take credit for creating any of the audio produced in this video. We simply produced the video the way the girls wanted it as a demo for their music. However, as associates of the artists we control all rights to the video and it's content."
That's right, folks. They may suck, but if they turn out to be the next Rebecca Black, I want my piece of the action.