Rebecca Black’s “Friday”: 13-year-old wannabe popstar Rebecca Black blowing up on Facebook, Twitte and on YouTube with 3 million views for all the wrong reasons. Rebecca Black, young girl has gained almost 3 million views on YouTube with her music video for an Auto-Tuned single called “Friday”. The popularity was due to the lyrics, singing and video content being what observers called “bizarre,” “inept” and “hilariously dreadful. Disastrous video for Rebecca Black’s song “Friday” has gone viral. With such riveting lyrics as “Gotta get down to the bus stop” and “I see my friends”.
Ark Music Factory is the producer of “Friday”. And “Friday” is produced by a Los Angeles company that writes and composes pop music for talented teenage vocalists. It remains to be seen whether “Friday” will propel Rebecca Black to stardom. 13-year-old wannabe popstar Rebecca Black’s video for “Friday” is one of those rare occurrences where even the most seasoned critics of Internet culture don’t know where to begin. The song was described “bad” by music critics mostly because of its lyrics.
Ark Music Factory’s producing video “Friday” actually only got less than 4,000 views by March 11, but surprisingly jumped to 2 million views in three days just because people are making fun of it. Rebecca Black’s lyrical gems include, “Yesterday was Thursday (Thursday), today it is Friday (Friday), we, we, we so excited, we so excited, we gonna have a ball today. Tomorrow is Saturday, and Sunday comes afterwards.” Kevin Rutherford, a columnist for Billboard magazine, wrote, “Black’s video for ‘Friday’ is one of those rare occurrences where even the most seasoned critics of Internet culture don’t know where to begin.