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8-Year-Old Juliet Sings Her First Hardcore Song

Juliet is a long-haired 8-year-old from Brisbane, Australia. She loves her little Dachshund and her tropical fish, and at that age, loves nothing more than to sing about them.

With help from a producer friend, Juliet’s mother recorded her child playing about with her pet and toys, and timed the video to a piece of heay metal music. The results are violent and adorably cute. Check out My First Hardcore Song below.

Juliet’s music video has been viewed over 18 million times on YouTube, her single is available on iTunes, and the tiny rocker even has her own range of t-shirts.

[via Times Live]

Flash Games

Vox Populi, Vox Dei

Vox Populi, Vox Dei is Latin for “The voice of the people [is] the voice of God.” In this context, it is also the name of an action/puzzle platformer created by an Argentinian game designer, Weremsoft.

It’s perhaps one of the more off-kilter games out there, in which you play as the blue ninja on a bloody quest to save the woman who broke your heart. She has been captured the planet’s dominant race, the werewolves. Why are they the dominant species you ask? Because they have machine guns in their chests.

The combat is pretty visceral, with a lot of pixelated blood. There is no background music, except the cries of your enemies, as you maul them to death.

It’s a game made for the people, judged by the people – play Vox Populi, Vox Dei at Kongregate.

[via Jay is Games]