Also see Justin Bieber.
13 year old (Hurrah for jailbait) from California who's gaining fame for the viral hit pop song, "Friday" (pronounced "Fry Dey" in the song), which reached 13 million views on YouTube within 6 days. (Place your bets for when you think she'll rehab NOW)
The song itself is mostly famous for being so bad and is heavily autotuned. However, autotune magic proved hardly effective in this case, as she still sounds positively atrocious and robotic.
With questionable lyrics that consists of the following verses:
Yesterday was Thursday
Today is Friday (Partyin')
We so excited
Tomorrow is Saturday
And Sunday comes afterwards
the sheer stupidity of this song had many dumbfounded youtubers crying "Parody!". Alas, it is not but a legit song that you can download on iTunes for 99 cents.
Her growing fame raises a familiar question: what the hell happened to the music industry? We've dealt with Ke$ha. We handled Bieber. But Black? Think about it! From Beatles to Black! This is where we are today in popular music.
I nearly lost my faith with Bieber, but I still believed that there would be the second coming of John Lennon.
But now that Rebecca Black has hit the mainstream, I've completely lost my faith in the popular music industry. Excuse whilst I cry my emo tears whilst listening to my favourite indie band.
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