Catey Shaw Becomes the Rebecca Black of Brooklyn

Singer Catey Shaw knows all the cool, hip chicks reside in Brooklyn. Shaw channeled Katy Perry’s “California Girls” to pen “Brooklyn Girls,” an ode to the combat boots-wearing, Jay Z-adoring, brownstone-loving women across the East River. Of note: Shaw grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia — a decidedly less cool place. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments. Weird Al’s Parody of Lorde’s ‘Royals’ Is About Sandwiches and Illuminati Walter White Took a Beautiful Space Adventure Cameron Diaz, Jimmy Fallon Compete in Bizarre-o Kayak Race Dogs in Wheelchairs Playing Fetch Is All You Need Right Now…

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Singer Catey Shaw knows all the cool, hip chicks reside in Brooklyn.

Shaw channeled Katy Perry’s “California Girls” to pen “Brooklyn Girls,” an ode to the combat boots-wearing, Jay Z-adoring, brownstone-loving women across the East River.

Of note: Shaw grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia — a decidedly less cool place.

Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments.

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