Hit Sensation Rebecca Black

Posted: March 22, 2011 in Uncategorized

Kayla Smith Communications ’12

Rebecca Black has been a joke and a success wrapped within one with her pop single “Friday” that sucks so bad…..

The song is so catchy it’s sickening…

There are so many paradies online  that clown Rebecca Black its HILARIOUS.

Nonetheless she has been trending on twitter for about 3 weeks…. KUDOS

From the Dancing to the 13 year olds cruising  the streets with no seat-beats and no adults. I just cant take Rebecca Black seriously……..

“Friday” is a song written by Clarence Jey and Patrice Wilson, performed by Rebecca Black, a 13-year-old singer from Anaheim Hills,California.[1] It was released as a single on March 14, 2011.“Friday” was produced by the ARK Music Factory, a company owned by Jey and Wilson.[3] Within a week after being released on iTunes it has jumped the iTunes sales chart to 19 as of March 19, 2011.[4]

The music video for the song became a viral hit,[5][6] starting on Friday, March 11, 2011, when the video’s view count on YouTube jumped from around 3,000 views to 18 million a week later.[7] The sudden surge was attributed to a Tosh.0 blog post titled “Songwriting Isn’t for Everyone”, posted on March 11.[8] Since the growth in popularity of the song and video, there have been numerous parody videos and remixes.[9][10] Forbes stated that the notoriety of the song is another sign of the power of social media – specifically Twitter, Facebook, andTumblr, in this instance – in the ability to create “overnight sensations


  1. dcmediabuzz says:

    NY magazine March 26 issue said in it’s Approval Matrix under “despicable and lowbrow” that her rich father basically paid a producer to make her famous?

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