Music Video: Foil

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:32

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For Foil By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For Foil By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Favorite

    By johngib27
    This is my favorite song you are the best
  • Love this song

    By HelloMyNameIsStaticShock
  • 😄😃

    By Isadora Vasquez
    Me and my friends thought that this song was so amazing... I actually like this song better than the original (Royals)! And that's a lot coming from me.
  • Weird al !!!!!!

    By Read the whole thing
    Hmm, lovely. (That's a lyric unless you didn't see that) :P
  • Pretty good parody

    By ~ J
    Not the kind of parody where you’d love it if you never heard the original song (like “White & Nerdy”, or his recent “Word Crimes” or “Tacky”, all of which are awesome enough to stand alone). But this one is a very good send-up of Lorde’s “Royals.” You know we all heard it a bajillion times the last couple years, and this parody sticks that song’s distinct rhythms quite nicely. (‘Let me be-e your rule-er’ becomes 'Put it i-in your cool-er’, etc.) First part praising aluminum foil’s food usage, second part get surreal as he plays the kind of guy who’d wear tinfoil hats. Not his very best, but more entertaining than most of the music videos out there!
  • Parody of Lorde's Royals

    By Sorceress Mickey
    This song is a parody of Royals Performed by Lorde. It's funny!
  • Big Comeback

    By EJ D DJ
    For years now no one has heard of him until now. What a comeback.

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