The Top 25 Music Moments of 2010
The Top 25 Music Moments of 2010

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18. Barack Obama + Waka Flocka Flame = Baracka Flacka Flames

If you felt uncomfortable (or downright offended) watching "Baracka Flacka Flames" this year, you weren't alone. The clip, a reimagining of Waka Flocka Flame's "Hard In Da Paint" with President Barack Obama on the mic -- found our commander-in-chief liberally dropping the N-word, eating barbecue "in the hood" and being generally disrespectful to the First Lady. Obama impersonators usually riff on the President's buttoned-up persona by emphasizing his ties to hip-hop, but this clip went to the extreme and grabbed plenty of attention in the process. Nearly 3 million people have watched it, and one can only hope Obama wasn't one of them.

17. Lin Yu-Chun Is Taiwan's Susan Boyle

Did Lin-Yu Chun turn out to be the next Susan Boyle? Not quite, but the Taiwanese 24-year-old briefly gave Boyle a run for her money by nailing Whitney Houston's version of the Dolly Parton classic, "I Will Always Love You," on the overseas singing competition "Super Star Avenue." Looking as unassuming as Susan Boyle did when she stormed "Britain's Got Talent" in 2009, Lin impressed with his surprisingly pitch-perfect soprano and Whitney-esque runs. Now, if only he could get Lou Reed to direct his first music video...

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