Look, besides the Truther propaganda hidden in one particular, hilarious frame. It's not the worst of songs or of videos.
It was kind of weird when Skrillex and Diplo joined forces for this new Jack Ü thing they put together last year. But the addition of Justin Bieber creates some far stranger triforce of popular music that will probably set your teeth on edge or bring you spiritual transcendence.
Still, it's an enjoyable summer song and a pretty interesting video. A building of people paint over Bieber's sad puppy brow and myriad tattoos frame by frame making something collaborative and sometimes mocking.
Who knows what Bieber is doing now with his public persona. But there have been far worse contenders for song of the summer in the past few years.
Late Late Show Host James Corden is obviously delighted out of his mind to be riding in a car with some kid named Justin Bieber.
We're not sure why this clean-faced kid has so many tattoos or feels the right to yell he loves random people out of the car window. What's even more weird is the disaffected way this Bieber youngster barely seems to be paying attention to his host.
He's just drumming there!
They never announce that he joined the band for one song, or even acknowledge that he sat behind the kit after the show. Beiber just drummed his little, gross heart out.
Since James Corden took over the Late Late Show from Craig Ferguson, he's performed a range of stunts. This one is just a little more interesting than the rest.
What's perhaps even more shocking is that he's actually a really good drummer. That's probably something normals know, but it's still surprising.
It is wonderful, at least, that band leader and wonderful comedian Reggie Watts got as much camera time as the Biebs in that video.
In case you haven't watched anything on tv or the Internet in the past few months, Comedy Central hosted a roast of Justin Bieber last night.
Of course, he's one of America's most hated musicians, but what happened when comedians got a shot at him?
Surely, you've laid awake all night, tossing and turning over who is the worst musical artist. Well, so has America.
Mic did the nation a service by surveying and publishing the results of who we as a county believe to be the worst musician.