If you have ever been personally victimized by the very notion of “tiddies” then you may find some kinship with DicqBeats’ new music video for “Scott Hates Tiddies”. Quick disclaimer: this video is not for the faint of heart, nor those who may find milk revolting.
DicqBeats (under the pseudonym “Scott” here) finds himself continually harassed by two unnamed women wearing revealing clothing. As Scott continually screams about his unlimited hatred for tiddies, the women show off what they’ve got as they chase him through grocery stores and parking lots ultimately cornering him in a bedroom. The chaos of the music matches perfectly with the high-speed chase which is casually interrupted by clips of anime and video game girls with big tiddies.
But the real star of the whole ordeal is truly the obscene amount of milk that pours from the skies and spills out of the mouths of the two unnamed women (and Scott, eventually). No matter how fast Scott runs, he keeps finding himself confronted with the simultaneously horrifying and erotic sight of milk in various forms: galleon jugs (pun intended), Wendy’s ice cream, etc. The absurdity of the whole thing will keep you both grounded and curious about why any of this is happening, and in the moments of levity where we see DicqBeats/Scott dancing in tandem with his pursuers (I’m pretty sure they do the Cotton-Eyed Joe dance at one point) a gutter-brained sense of fun and levity is clearly driving the insanity forward.
“Scott Hates Tiddies” is available on major streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music. The accompanying music video will be available on Saturday, July 30, 2022. Find this and more excellent music on the Alchemical Records Mutligenre Mixture playlist on Spotify and YouTube.
Charlie Maybee is a dancer, musician, educator, and writer based in Charleston, South Carolina who currently teaches with the Dance Program at the College of Charleston. His primary work as an artist is with his performing collective, Polymath Performance Project, through which he makes interdisciplinary performance art that centers tap dance as the primary medium of expression and research. He also currently plays rhythm guitar for the Charleston-based punk band, Anergy, and releases music as a solo artist under the name Nox Eterna.
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