Top 12 Facts About New Twerk Queen: 11-Year-old 'Shush Up" Music Video Singer Alison Gold [VIDEOS]

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American child singer Alison Gold is recently in news for doing an overtly sexual and inappropriate music video "Shush Up." She is just 11 and is already competing with Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga in terms of nudity and racy dance moves. Her video has upset so many people around the world that it was finally removed from YouTube too! Let's find out more about her.

1. "Shush Up" is not Alison's first music video. The 11-year-old girl has also done "Chinese Food" and "ABCDEFGH." The music videos of these two songs are also equally disturbing.

2. Alison was born on May 9, 2002 in Fairfax, Virginia. She now lives in Los Angeles.

3. She called her fans Goldie fans and is also on Twitter with a handle @AlisonGoldmusic .

4. YouTube reportedly got complaints from people about Alison's video "Shush Up" and decided to remove it.

5. The song "Shush Up" is written by controversial musician Patrice Wilson who wrote it in December 2013 in Ireland. It has semi-naked girls, twerking dance moves, execution, child-pregnancy, strip dancing and suicide, which is being called "art" by the director of the video Wilson.

6. Alison's racy song "Shush Up" was not planned from the beginning but was chosen by her parents themselves. The director had a choice to do a remake of a Bobby Brown song but ended up with this racy music instead.

7. "Shush Up" took entire one month to shoot.

8. "Shush Up" was intended to be shot by Alison's mother first, says a press releases by the production company. "As we were developing the concept and direction for Alison's 4th video, the idea to create something older and edgier initially started with Alison's mother. Ultimately, we were asked to develop something that showcased her acting, dancing, singing, and artistic talents. This is how "Shush Up" came to fruition," says the release.

9. Alison loves to eat sushi.

10. Alison Gold is called the "next Miley Cyrus" because of her vulgar dance moves and nudity.

11. "I love Chinese food. You know that it's true. I love fried rice, I love noodles, I love chow mein, chow m-m-m-m-mein," this is how the lyrics of the song "Shush Up" go.

12. Alison's other song "ABCDEFGH" talks about getting drunk and has equally explicit lyrics.

Check out more about Alison and her "Shush Up" video here. Check out her other two previous music videos below.



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