IceJJFish's Terrible Christmas Music Video Is a True Gift

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A still from the IceJJFish music video for "This Christmas," which is whatever the opposite of a Christmas miracle is. - YOUTUBE
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  • A still from the IceJJFish music video for "This Christmas," which is whatever the opposite of a Christmas miracle is.

I don't know who was assigned to put a stop to the madness that is IceJJFish, but whoever they are, they are not doing their job. The terrible R&B rapper has released another terrible music video, this time for an ear-piercing Christmas song. 

It's called "This Christmas," and, no, it is not a cover of that "This Christmas," you know, the good "This Christmas" by Donny Hathaway. If it's a cover, I can't honestly tell you, because I can't make out a lick of what IceJJFish is singing. "This Christmas" sounds like the noise I imagine a dying guppy would make underwater. All I can say definitively is that the song is from IceJJFish's 2013 self-released album Joy, but the video is a brand new aural and visual monstrosity that was unleashed yesterday. 



Someone sure is raking in that YouTube money, because there is a slight uptick in cinematic quality. (And is he in Aspen? Why aren't we in Aspen?) The video starts out like the beginning of your average porn scene, but then it quickly disappoints as IceJJFish proceeds put his mack on one of the video starlets in a variety of wintery mountain settings. 

Watch for yourself.  We sincerely apologize, but we had to watch it, so now so do you. Consider it a gift ... that you'll want to return. 




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