'Chicken Attack' is the Viral Music Video We Need

By Catherine Lee, February 6, 2017

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It's the Year of the Rooster, and China is desperately in need of a viral video on chickens to get us in the cluckin' spirit.

Enter Chicken Attack, which currently has 1.2 million views on Youtube.

Featuring Japanese yodeler Takeo Ischi and Narashino Seiryukutsu, a member of the Musashi Ninja Clan, this new video from The Gregory Brothers in collaboration with Portal A — who publicize themselves as "LOL with just the right amount of WTF — will either make you laugh, cringe or a mixture of both. 

From yodeling to men dressed like chickens to ninja fights, this weird video has it all.

Watch for yourself below (VPN off):

And if you just can't get enough Chicken Attack, here's a 10-hour-long version.

[Image via Tudou]

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