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Music from Laos is All About Sex: Vol. 2


Music from Laos is All About Sex: Vol. 2

Yes, more exists. After the last post on how the music of the small Southeast Asian country of Laos is nothing more than naughty videos played over rather entertaining, yet meaningless, slow music.

The reason why Vol. 2 was created is because there is just SO MUCH of this of this on the internet.

Muk Sao Sexy

“Oh, my Good…it’s SAO Sexy.” Ha Ha HA.
On a serious note, if you are searching for a video that shows a woman in her panties cleaning, doing the dishes, and the laundry. This one is for you.



Lao Song- Cute Sexy Girl

Cute Sexy Girl might be the title of the song, but it’s more likely that it refers to that thing in the yellow wrapping paper. This is probably the most exciting music video you’ll ever see with a girl walking down the street and then, walking up a flight of stairs. The end.

Khad Nang – Lao Song

Not to be outdone by a girl in a yellow swimsuit, this video has been comprised of a Lao song set on Western Women. Is anyone familiar with the concept of non-nude porn? Well, that is the subject of this video….non-nude porn set to Lao music.

Yes, I understand that some of the women who make these videos are models making demos and portfolio work. If this is what sells in Laos, Thailand, and Cambodia….keep up the good work ladies….and man…the one man that sings in this post.

QATFYG:
What are the first things that come to mind when you think of Laos?
“King of the Hill” Characters?
That was mine.

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