I was actually quite upset with the person who originally told me to watch this horrible video. I found it to be demented in a very unfunny way. His vocals sounded like there was a huge tumor in his throat battling his vocal cords and tongue. His mouth grimaced most unattractively. The final blow, the very worst part of it all, is that it created an Earworm that was determined to stay until I went completely mental. Miraculously, I recovered. Now 6 months later the community that claimed to be devoted to Awesomeness has brought this vileness back into my life. I may have to succumb to the irresistible compulsion to consume intoxicants and just maybe I will awake, surrounded by snack wrappers , empty bottles and other debris with a cleansed mind.
21.5 million people can't be all wrong! This is one of the most popular videos ever posted on YouTube and with very good reason. The eccentric, Spartan nature of the video initially grabs your attention, but it is the hook and beat that keeps you watching. After a few watches you start to wonder what "chocolate rain" is referring to. I am not going to put a spoiler in this review, but suffice to say Tay Zonday is making a social statement with this song and … more
I beg to differ with the whole "21.5 million people can't be wrong" thing. That said, just because 21.5 million people watched this on YouTube doesn't mean they LIKED it. I mean, people stop at car wrecks too, you know. Frankly I don't see the point in reviewing a viral video, but this is so horrifically bad I had to put my two cents in. After the first four seconds of this abomination, during which I thought "boy, that's not how I though he'd sound", all … more
I really, really don't get this "phenonenom." It's barely funny and totally uncreative. Chocolate rain? Seriously? I just can't believe this guy got to go on the late night talk show circuit and received overnight fame for this. His other songs are even worse.
The first time I watched Chocolate Rain (at the insistance of my BFF), I braced for what I thought must be the inevitable witch scare. You know- that scary screaming witch thing that pops up in 80% of viral videos that have you concentrating. Then I realized it was unneeded. Dispite the genius of the lyrics, that voice and the robotic non-activity on the screen scared the crap out of me. I went to bed and couldn't get it out of my head. I woke up sure Tay was in my closet ready to drown me in chocolate. … more