Do Parents Know Popular New Music? (Marshmello, Slipknot, BLACKPINK)

Do Parents Know Popular New Music? (Marshmello, Slipknot, BLACKPINK)

– (screaming to song) – This is too heavy for me. – Boo-yah!
Mama pulled it out! ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ – (FBE) Have you been listening
to any modern music lately? – No! You always ask me that. No, I haven’t. – I can do it. I can do it, man. I’m [bleep] good at this. – Oh, my gosh! I’ve been wanting to be
on one of these episodes forever. This is my first parents episode. Yay! – Usually, if I don’t like it
10 seconds in, I’m just like, no, I can’t,
and then I switch to my playlist and it’s the same 10 songs
that I’ve been listening to since the last time I did one of these. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ (vocalizing) ♪ ♪ Maluma, baby ♪ ♪ Mally, Mally, Mall ♪ ♪ Arms around you ♪ ♪ Te amo, mami, let me hold you ♪ – I know this song and I… ugh! – That voice sounds familiar. – Man, he is auto-tuned like crazy. – It’s got the nice little reggae. – ♪ …ooyy ♪ – These people need better diction. – (FBE) Well, do you know it?
– No. – I do not know
the song or the artist. – I do not know it. – I am officially out of touch. I have no idea what this is! – I’m not sure of the title
but I think it sounds like XXXTENTACION. – (FBE) This is “Arms Around You”
by XXXTENTACION and Lil Pump, featuring Maluma and Swae Lee.
– All right. There you go because
I listen to that stuff all the time. – Definitely recognize the song.
Couldn’t have told you anybody off the top. – I’ve heard of the XXX guy.
Is he the one who died? He was the one who killed?
Okay, yeah, yeah. That might be the reason
why I know his name. – I love X’s versatility. His new album’s gonna drop,
you know, after his death and it’s just like, man. He’s an amazing artist, man. He should be here with us now. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ You’re in and out of fashion ♪ ♪ (classic rock music) ♪ ♪ In Hollywood of Hell ♪ – Rock n’ roll! – ♪ When the curtain falls ♪ – Oh, I’ve heard this song. – ♪ Walk the hollow halls, babe ♪ ♪ Once a valley doll ♪ – Man, this sounds like ’70s rock. – Got that guitar going. – ♪ …not at all, no ♪ – I love it because
it’s real instruments. – It’s a good song.
It’s very throwback. It sounds like kinda ’70s rock. – They sounded like
a little bit of Led Zeppelin or some Lita Ford.
I don’t know. I like it. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– No. – I’ve definitely not heard this. – I don’t know what it is,
but it’s great, though. I like it. – It’s Greta Van Fleet,
but I don’t know the name of the tune. – (FBE) This is called
“When the Curtain Falls,” and this is Greta Van Fleet.
– Oh, [bleep]! Not Greta Van Fleet!
I’m gonna kick myself. – Wow, it was pretty good. So it’s definitely kinda rock. The first part of it
sounded a little bit country-ish, but then it got a little bit more
into the heavy rock, so that’s pretty good. – I love the fact that
they are gaining so much notoriety and they’re playing real instruments. It’s always good to throw
a little classic rock vibe into your stuff. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ (singing in Korean) ♪ – ♪ So tell me, can we work
this whole thing out? ♪ – I think I know the artist. – ♪ (singing in Korean) ♪
– Maybe not. (laughing) – ♪ So tell me, can we work
this whole thing out? ♪ – I think I have heard this. – I’m gonna go–
I don’t know any of these. – ♪ Kiss, kiss and make up ♪ – Um, I was just waiting for the drop. It just cut off at the drop. – (FBE) You know this one?
– I have no clue who that is. – I don’t know who that is. – I have heard it but I
don’t remember who sings it. – I don’t know the title
but I think it’s BLACKPINK. – (FBE) This is “Kiss and Make Up”
by Dua Lipa and BLACKPINK. – Yeah, I don’t know
either one of them. – Love that combo platter,
K-pop with pop pop. – I’m a huge fan of BLACKPINK. It’s really good music. They have legitimately awesome songs
and awesome dance numbers. – I have heard of them
and I have heard of Dua Lipa, but it makes me just think of–
Dua Lipa makes me think of two lips. It’s so dumb! Dad jokes!
Buh-dum-tss! ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Give it to three ♪ ♪ I’m gonna show you how to do it
if you know what I mean ♪ ♪ One by one against,
give me the name ♪ – This is some heavy metal
with the boys with the long hair! – ♪ You hold all the keys,
so the chains shouldn’t hold you ♪ – This is too heavy for me. – ♪ Old does not mean dead,
new does not mean best ♪ – I’m not even gonna
try to understand these words– and I’m assuming they’re words. – ♪ …everything I’ve said ♪
– This is more my speed. – ♪ …kill does not mean die ♪ ♪ We are not your kind ♪ – The voice sounds kinda familiar. – ♪ …I challenge you
to all out [bleep] life ♪ – (screaming to song) That gets you hyped, though. Get in the mosh pit. Ahh! – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– No, I don’t know it. – I do not… thankfully. – I don’t know that. It so sounds like
a Nine Inch Nails kind of a band. – If I had to guess,
I would guess Slipknot. – I don’t know this and I’m kicking
myself for not knowing it, but I think it’s Slipknot. – (FBE) This one’s called
“All Out Life,” and this is by Slipknot.
– Oh, Slipknot. Oh, yeah. They’ve been around for a minute. – Oh, my gosh!
I’ve seen them live. It was frightening. – I love Corey Taylor
as a solo artist. I don’t really care for Slipknot. The guy has a phenomenal voice
when he’s not with Slipknot. – (FBE) This band’s frontman,
Corey Taylor, said that the single was written with the intention
of uniting people of all walks of life
and to remind the world that it is wrong to discard music
and artists of the past. – That’s awesome. I love that messaging from Slipknot. It’s a peace and love message
and be nice to old people. – That’s on point right there. Uniting the people because, you know,
a lot of people feel like the country ain’t united right now,
so if he’s speaking a message and uniting the people,
that’s gon’ bring people together. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ ♪ (synthpop) ♪ – I heard this song on the radio. – Okay, this is on every five seconds. – ♪ …I’ll have to leave ♪ – Okay, I’ve heard this song.
Now to place it. – ♪ I want you to be happier… ♪ – I adore this song. – See, now, this is nice. That’s a nice little change.
It’s very soothing. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– I do not know who that is. – I do not know what this song is. – I have heard the song.
I have no clue who sings it. – This is “Happier” by Marshmello,
featuring Bastille. – I think it’s “Happier,”
and that’s Bastille and Marshmello. Boo-yah! Mama pulled it out! – (FBE) This is called “Happier,”
and it’s by Marshmello and Bastille. – New to me. (laughing)
Sorry about that. – I heard of Marshmello before. My kids said something
about Marshmello. – You’re talking to the guy
that was just all Greta Van Fleet, give me some rock with Slipknot,
and then we’re like… ♪ (imitating poppy music) ♪ And you’re like… (groaning). – When this song
first started coming out, my partner texts me and says
don’t look up the Happiness video, so of course I have to go
look up the Happiness video, and I was sitting at work at 5 AM,
crying my eyes out. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Well, I know I had it
all on the line ♪ – Oh, I know this song. – Oh, these dudes.
I’ve heard this. – ♪ …become blind ♪ ♪ ‘Cause even when there is… ♪ – Oh, just those harmonies,
you know who it is. – ♪ You’ll always be
my only guiding light ♪ – This is definitely more my style,
a little bit more folky. – Mm, mm. Aww, man,
I wanted to see the break down. It sounds good, though. Well written song… from the heart. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– No. – I do not know it. – “Guiding Light”
is the name of the song, and that’s Mumford and Sons. – Mumford and Sons, “Guiding Light.” – (FBE) This is called
“Guiding Light,” and it’s by Mumford and Sons. – Mumford and Sons,
I heard about them. “Guiding Light.” I like that.
It’s good, simple. They write some good lyrics to that. – When I listen to music,
I just turn on the radio on, you know, whatever I’m using, Google or Spotify,
and I just let it play. I don’t care about
who the artists are. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Báilame como
si fuera la última vez ♪ ♪ Y enséñame ese… ♪
– Reggaeton! – ♪ Un besito bien suavecito, bebé ♪ ♪ Taki, taki, ¡rumba! ♪
– Oh! I know one of
the artists in this song. – I love this song. It’s so catchy. – This, I like this.
This is great. – It’s that music, yo.
It be like that in the club. – ♪ …my way ♪ ♪ My body-ody know how to play ♪ – Okay, the female voice
sounds familiar. – ♪ …I, I, I know you need a taste ♪ – Wow, I mean, they mentioned Takis.
Those are delicious. – (FBE) Do you know this one? – No, but the song’s nice. – Two people are singing it, right? I don’t know who they are. – I do know that song, too. I have zero idea
what the name of it is. – That’s “Taki Taki,”
and I know Selena Gomez is involved. – “Taki Taki” by Selena Gomez and…
I can’t think of the other guy. – (FBE) This is “Taki Taki”
by DJ Snake, featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna, and Cardi B.
– Oh, Cardi B’s in that. Oh, okay. That’s awesome. – That’s quite a lineup. It’s a great song. That’s super hooky. – (FBE) According to Genius,
“Taki Taki” is neither an actual Spanish or English word–
it’s just an onomatopoeia used for a better sound,
however, according to Urban Dictionary, “Taki Taki” means
“the illness to dance or sing.” – I just know Takis,
like the little snack. It’s like some chips. – I didn’t know! I thought they were talking about
the rolled little crunchy delicious treats
that are sometimes spicy. – It’s a good song.
I like it. They can freak it, man.
They freak the beat good. I’ll [bleep] with it. It’s cool. – That’s a banger right there. You already know
the girls gonna be dancing, the guys gonna be dancing,
and everybody get to the floor. If you sitting on the wall,
there’s something wrong with you on that song. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Thanks for watching “Do They Know It?”
on the React channel. – Don’t miss out on the next one.
Make sure you subscribe. – If you like these songs,
hit that Like button. – See you later. – Well, hello there! Alyssa here, a producer
from the React channel. Thanks so much for hanging out
with our parental units today. How did you do in this challenge? Let me know in the comments.
We’ll see you next time.

100 Replies to “Do Parents Know Popular New Music? (Marshmello, Slipknot, BLACKPINK)”

  1. Yo… I love Malcolm, he is such a chill guy and he's always so open minded about the music they expose him to and I love it, if I had to be friends with one of them it would be him

  2. I’m 12, and I literally only knew 3 of these songs. I recently started to listen to k-pop and I think I have a problem…

  3. Most of this "music" sounds like it's produced by a computer algorithm on an assembly line.
    Only the Slipknot one was passable.

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