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Posts tagged "Roly Poly"

30 Day K-Pop Challenge - Day 10: A k-pop dance you’d like to learn

This whole song. It looks more addictive than The Macarena. Seriously. T-Ara is my guilty pleasure group. Disco balls, bad Engrish, cowbell, zombies, members that I can’t tell the difference between, and the most catchy dance moves ever. They epitomize everything the father of pop art, Richard Hamilton, was trying to criticize through pop art, and I’m (somewhat shamefully) loving every minute of it.
T-Ara Roly Poly

For Pop art to appeal to a mass audience, it must be, according to forefather of Pop, Richard Hamilton, “popular, transient, expendable, low-cost, mass-produced, young, witty, sexy, gimmicky, glamorous and big business.”

These girls have no idea how perfectly ironic this performance is.