We’ve had “Friday,” “It’s Thanksgiving,” “Chinese Food” and other earworms designed to go viral, but that doesn’t mean he’s done. He’s at it again, with another video that makes you go “huh?” Continue reading
He’s trolled us before, but I can’t decide if this trumps Alison Gold – he’s Grace Liu with a multi-language song. The lead into the chorus is just repeating the notes “Do-do-do-re-re-re” and so on into a chorus where she repeats “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.” As usual, it’s catchy in that generic pop music sort of way. Watch after the jump. Continue reading
It’s taken almost three years, but internet viral sensation Rebecca Black, almost universally panned for her song “Friday,” which ignited careers that both her and producer Patrice Wilson have heavily leveraged since, has finally, after a bunch of follow-up singles, come around to making “Saturday,” the proper follow-up, and of course released Saturday. Continue reading
I wrote about Nicole Westbrook here when her second song, “Smile,” came out, but this one kicked things off a year ago. If you’re not ready for Christmas music yet, how about “It’s Thanksgiving” to keep you going? Continue reading
For those who can’t get enough of the insanely ridiculous Patrice Wilson will of course dig the latest entrant, “Chinese Food,” which follows in the same pattern as his other songs. Not much to say here other than enjoy, or hate, as the case may be.
The girl who brought us “It’s Thanksgiving” (produced by Patrice Wilson, the guy who also brought us such gems as Rebecca Black’s “Friday”) is back with a song not nearly as gimmicky, “Smile.” It’s fine as a pop song but doesn’t really have the same redeeming sing-along factor as “Mashed Potatoes… EY!” so I doubt this will catch on to the same level. But hey, gotta keep plowing ahead (and actually, I suspect Westbrook probably can sing relatively well without all the vocal effects). “It’s Thanksgiving” embedded after the jump: Continue reading