While Miley Cyrus's post-Disney life has been well-documented (twerking and all), papa bear Billy Ray has largely remained under the radar. That is, until now. Hoping to take advantage of the explosive success of his 1992 hit song 'Achy Breaky Heart', Cyrus teamed up with a largely unknown rapper (seriously, try searching for him online - you won't find much) by the name of Buck 22.

The original 'Achy Breaky' lauched Billy Ray from B-list country act to superstar. While this trainwreck of a collaboration with a cameo from Larry King makes for a pretty terrible song, the magic of the internet is making a name for Buck 22. Sure, the song might be awful, but the whole concept is so bad it's awesome. I guess you might say it kind of captures the same magic the original 'Achy Breaky' did.

Beside offering vocals for the hook and slinging a guitar in the video, Billy Ray gives a nod to Miley, her twerking, and her song 'Wrecking Ball', offering the following lyrics:

Miley keeps twerkin’ /  Daddy’s song is workin’ / Now, Billy sing that crazy hook again / Wreckin’ ball!

This song immediately races to the top of the "awesomely bad" category of songs and music videos for 2014 (yes, even rivaling Ron Jeremy's Wrecking Ball song and video number). Some folks on the Internet posed the question, "Is this for real?" It turns out that it is. The song is on sale on iTunes, if you can't get enough of it and want to dole out $1.29 for the track.

Sit back, relax, and prepare to take in the hot mess of a song and video that Buck 22 and Billy Ray spawned.

Watch Buck 22 and Billy Ray Cyrus's 'Achy Breaky 2' Video