Junk food and pop music are a perfect pair. I'm pretty sure that the nutritional value of that Carley Rae Jepson song is exactly equivalent to a bag of Cheetos. Thus, the music video of ten year olds rapping about junk food that Rolling Stone is calling "the summer's final truly great jam." About halfway through I had a panic attack about pop music enabling type-2 diabetes and then I got over it and just enjoyed the song. As LA Weekly notes, "If you were a kid, would you write a song about quinoa and carrots? Didn't think so."