"GIRL SWAG," MADISON BRAY | In this, the long-awaited follow-up to Rebecca Black's "Friday" from the masterminds at Ark Music Factory, this sexy schoolyard track from third-grade "diva" Madison Bray — never mind barely legal, she's barely-cognitively developed — details the normal travails of childhood, like wondering where the keys to your Beemer are. "I don't need nobody," she sings at one point. Right, except for my mom and dad to drive me to the recording studio and pay the nice man with the promise of stardom on his forked tongue. At least she didn't rhyme swag with Jagger.

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