Incredible StarCraft II Justin Bieber Parody Zerg-Rushes YouTube

I’ll put it this way: Every moment spent reading this summary is a moment you could be watching this hilarious StarCraft II parody of Justin Bieber’s “Baby.”

Most gamers probably don’t like teen pop sensation Justin Bieber, whether it’s for his bumping the Gears 3 reveal back a week or his shilling for Kinect.

But this isn’t the squeaky-voiced singer’s hit “Baby.” This is “Banelings,” an amazing StarCraft II parody celebrating the little self-destructive Zerg unit that’s also somehow adorable. It’s produced by Kurt Hugo Schneider and featuring some hilarious rap by popular SC2 internet commentator Husky. It’s also a work of absolute genius, that’s what it is.

Really, I don’t think there’s a single bit of this that I don’t love. If all of Justin Bieber’s songs were about StarCraft, I might actually find them worth listening to.

No, I probably still wouldn’t. They’d be better, anyway.

(Thanks, Biodisaster!)

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