Balls In Yo Jaws video still depicting a man mid-singing the song.

Balls In Yo Jaws

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Balls In Yo Jaws or Balls In Yur Jaws is a song by rapper Kornell Aka Piermid featuring a mixture of crooning lyrics and rap in which the artist asks if he can put his balls in someone's jaw. The song went viral in 2019 via a clip of Kornell singing it in his car, resulting in an official release in 2020 and the song's use in a number of ironic video edits over the course of 2020 and 2021.

Origin

On June 7th, 2019, YouTuber[1] Wateva Tweek posted a video taken from rapper Kornell's Instagram (@kornellakapiermid) in which the rapper sings a section of his song "Balls In Yur Jaw" off his upcoming album Disrespect (shown below). The video gained over 2.3 million views in two years. It is no longer available on Kornell's Instagram page and may have been a Story post.



On July 15th, Kornell posted two videos to his Instagram[2][3] page; the first one shows him reacting to someone dancing to his song, and the other is him recreating the viral video (shown below, left and right respectively).



On April 9th, 2020, Kornell released the full, official version of the song, garnering over 487,000 views on YouTube in a year (shown below).



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On October 6th, 2020, YouTuber[4] Ghostgayaya posted a one-hour version of the video, garnering over 577,000 views in nine months. On October 17th, YouTuber[5] Sadging posted a video of Twitch streamer ImDontai reacting and vibing to the song, garnering over 92,000 views in a comparable span of time (shown below).



On May 20th, 2021, YouTuber Don Stever posted a video in which he joins random Instagram Lives and sings the song to people, gaining over 130,000 views in two months (shown below).



On May 30th, TikToker[6] @fuckchichi posted a video edit in which it appears Richard from The Amazing World of Gumball is singing the song, garnering over 387,000 views in two months (shown below, left). The sound became notably popular, inspiring a number of TikTokers[7] to use it over the course of the year (most popular example shown below, right, referencing the Tweek x Craig trend).


https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/6968231620465724677
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/6979685844047187205

On June 13th, YouTuber bunny beer posted a video edit in which it appears as if Squidward is singing the song, garnering over 60,000 views in a month (shown below).



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