BREAKING: Billy Ray Cyrus Just Released a Rap/Rock/EDM Sequel to “Achy Breaky Heart.” No, really.

February 11, 2014 / by / 14 Comments

In what promises to be the most shocking news released by the Cyrus clan for the next 37 minutes, Billy Ray Cyrus, father of Miley Cyrus, has released the not-so hotly anticipated follow-up to his 1992 hit “Achy Breaky Heart,” titled “Achy Breaky 2.”

The song is rap/rock/pop/EDM/sadness mash-up featuring rapper Buck 22 (the track was released under Buck 22’s YouTube channel), whose most recent hit is…

The video kicks off with a strange pseudo-introduction by Boca Raton Retirement Community’s resident musical impresario and newscaster Larry King and only gets stranger. From the mostly-naked futures of Miley Cyrus dancing “space women” who writhe around to such lyrics as “Miley keeps twerkin’, daddy’s song is workin'” (Real Quick: EW. What the fuck is that even supposed to mean? Is Billy Ray envisioning his daughter twerking to his song? No. NO.) to Billy Ray’s not-so-subtle mentions of his daughter’s music, this whole thing is all sorts of uncomfortable and awful.

That being said, it’s the type of awful that just have to see, if only to realize you should never trust anyone telling you there is something so “awful that you just have to see” it. So check out the link below and feel free to comment your thoughts below if you’re able to stop crying long enough to do so.