Let These Adorable Children From The PS22 Chorus Obliterate Your Hate For Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’
Do you hate Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball?” You probably do! I am not on the NOPE train where Miley Cyrus is concerned, and Wrecking Ball will likely make it on my top 100 songs of the year. COME AT BE BRO.
But enough about me. You probably hate the song and have been utterly turned off from ever listening to the thing because of Cyrus’ attention-seeking tongue thrusting antics. That’s too bad, because the song is, if not a great ballad that will outlast your time here on earth, a nice little bit of pop yearning. So perhaps you should listen to this version by the preternaturally adorable kids of PS22.
Not familiar with PS22? This seems unpossible because you have the internet, but perhaps you’ve missed out. PS22 Chorus is an actual factual group of fifth-graders from Public School 22 in Staten Island. They began on sort of a lark, but are now a pop music juggernaut that keeps showing up in live performances with people like Stevie Nicks and Katy Perry. Most importantly, of course, they sang with the Sesame Street Muppets, which they were likely genetically designed to do. Also, too, George Stephanopoulos is there. I have no idea why.
But we’re not here to talk about Sesame Street, though left to my own devices I could probably do that all day. We’re here to talk about how once you listen to these captivating little kids sing “Wrecking Ball” you will not hate it anymore because if you do you hate children and are probably history’s greatest monster. Enjoy!