The Worst End-of-Year Mashups Of All Time

Photo Courtesy of DJ Earworm It’s that time of year again. The snow begins to fall, turkeys are carved, and your extended family rolls up to your house squad deep. The holiday season is here and with it comes a shit ton of traditions that you feel obligated to abide by, since you’ve basically taken part in the festivities since you popped out of the womb. Some people bake Christmas cookies, others decorate Christmas trees, and the lucky ones get drunk at shitty holiday parties.

However, my personal favorite tradition of the holidays season is listening to the new pop mashup released for the year.

Pop mashups take every popular, overplayed song from that year and combine them all together to make one big shit show of a song. That sounds awesome, combining all of your favorite drunk anthems, right? Wrong, so, so wrong. It's basically like taking all your favorite foods, putting them in a blender, and then drinking it. It is unnatural and it does not taste good.

In honor of the soon-to-be-released 2015 pop mash up, let’s talk about some of the worst mash ups of all time:

2010 Pop Mashup (Pop Danthology 2010)

Daniel Kim, no one wants to hear your pedophile whisper uttering your name at the beginning of the song. Your voice sent shivers through my body and made me want to close my computer and never open it again.

DJ Dreamport - Replay 2012 Billboard Mashup (In The End)

SO MUCH ANXIETY IN ONE SONG. My ears don’t know how to listen or what to listen to because there is way too much going on at once. They just want it to be over before they start bleeding.

DJ Earworm- United State of Pop 2009 (Blame It on the Pop) Mashup of Top 25 Billboard Hits

Okay, so you know its going to be a bad song when Pitbull starts off the song. I seriously don’t understand how that guy has a career. We’re going to blame this one on you, DJ Earworm.

Mashup’s are beautiful disasters. You want to sing and dance along, but you just don’t know how to move your body to it without looking like you’ve never danced before.

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