For your weekend enjoyment, here's North Korea's top summer jam of 2012:
The Guardian's Tania Branigan writes:
Unlike the songs associated with his father and grandfather, it does not specifically mention Kim. It takes its title from the closing words of his address marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of his grandfather, the country's founder, Kim II-sung.
"It's like remixing his speech. It's not really a paean to him," said John Delury, an expert on North Korea at Yonsei University in Seoul.
If this has not been autotuned/mashed-up with "Call Me Maybe" by Monday I will be very disappointed in the Internet.
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