New from PopCrunch: YouTube is home to some of the most disturbing video imagery on the Net — “Scarlett Takes a Tumble,” “The Breakfast Song” and Rebecca Black’s horridly hilarious tune “Friday all spring to mind. But footage of Lady...Show More Summary
Any time a country single not only reminds you of Rebecca Black's "Friday", but also falls short of it in charm and vocal delivery, something has gone horribly wrong.
Did You Hear? :: Haters that dismissed Rebecca Black as a one-hit wonder need to eat their words. “Saturday” debuts on the Billboard chart this week at number 55, three spots higher than “Friday” in 2011. [Billboard] :: Wayne Coyne prefers Miley Cyrus‘ visual aesthetic to Lady Gaga‘s, saying the serial twerker’s look is “a lot more fun”... More »
New from PopCrunch: Don’t call it a comeback, but here’s a name you haven’t heard in a while: Rebecca Black. First bursting onto the viral scene in 2010, with the cheesy-bad single “Friday,” […] This article Rebecca Black Returns with “Friday” Sequel appeared first on PopCrunch.
That headline, visualized: Anyway, it’s been nearly two and a half years since Rebecca Black taught us this word, “Friday.” I’m still a little unsure what it means, especially in relation to Thursday and Saturday, but the Internet went gaga for the clip, which has racked up approximately 18 gazillion views. Show More Summary
The cringemasters over at Ark Music Factory have done it again, this time with 100% more breezy racism. I miss Rebecca Black! But what else is new. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Either Jimmy Kimmel’s up to his old tricks, we’re being musically Catfish‘ed or something. Nothing explains why bleach-blonde teen Alison Gold grabbed a Chinese restaurant menu then started singing about [...]
Rebecca Black relates to Miley Cyrus, in the sense that both of them like to have fun, fun, fun, fun. But in a new cover of “We Can’t Stop,” Black breaks down exactly how through a few choice edits.” “To all my homegirls living it up, feeling alive and are in love / Remember, only... More »
Julio Bashmore just announced his new single, called "Duccy". If you look through the Soundcloud comments you'd think it was produced by Rebecca Black, because it was a long time since I saw someone getting ripped to shreds so thoroughly. So, what happened? Well, it's a very simple, techy track, with a certain DIY feel to it. Show More Summary
"Rebecca Black is Actually Kind of Good Now": According to Salon's Mary Elizabeth Williams, the infamous singer of "Friday" has improved from "worst ever" to not quite as shitty. "She Got Served": The she in question being Ciara, and the "served" referring to a notice of legal action after she backed out of a performance. Show More Summary
Paul of Kill Your Idols/Deathcycle/Black Anvil at Acheron (more by Rebecca Reed) After releasing the full lineup for Black & Blue Bowl with Judge and immediately selling out, a second Judge show was announced for May 19th that featured many...
You may not have heard of Rebecca Foon, but you’ve undoubtedly heard Rebecca Foon, assuming (like most of us) that you couldn’t help but dive deeper into darkness with the Godspeed You! Black Emperor side projects Set Fire to Flames, Thee Silver Mt. Show More Summary
Last year, thanks to the ARK Music Factory and its ability to manufacture pop stars using little more than rich preteens and cash from their indulgent mothers as raw materials, we all learned that "Friday" is easily the best day of the week. Show More Summary
From Patrice Wilson, the monster who gave us Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” comes “Thanksgiving,” the first single from future ironic t-shirt Nicole Westbrook. It’s the latest “worst song of all-time” entry, and with all due respect to Gnesa, for fear that she might bash me over the head with one of her many synthesizers, it just might be. Show More Summary
Move over, Rebecca Black‘s “Friday”: There’s a new viral phenomenon burning up on YouTube, and it comes courtesy of tween songbird Nicole Westbrook, who has single-handedly saved the music industry from certain collapse with her soon-to-be-smash...Show More Summary
For YouTube singers hoping to make it big, being dubbed "the next Rebecca Black" is a mixed blessing. Ever since Black, a California teen, earned Twitter-fueled success along with widespread contempt with her moronic but catchy music video for "Friday" in 2011, bloggers have sought the next "so bad it's good" song poised for YouTube infamy. Show More Summary
There will never be another Rebecca Black, the brilliant mind and voice behind “Friday,” but we may have found the next best worst pop star ever. Her name’s Gnesa, and a week ago, she uploaded her first music video to YouTube: “Wilder,”...Show More Summary
Although it shouldn’t, it may surprise you to know that success in the music business, especially on a sustainable financial level, is extraordinarily hard to attain. Artists like PSY and Rebecca Black have their moments of fame with...Show More Summary
While I've been known to make bold claims like, "Rebecca Black is advanced," and, "LMFAO is self-aware," the bold claim that generates the most gapes from people in my friend-circle is this assertion: "Actually, Christian music isn’t shitty, you guys."
She’s baaa-aaaack! Rebecca Black, the viral video star who found fame (or, perhaps more appropriately, notoriety) last year with “Friday”, has returned with new single “Sing It”. And for the most part, Black does try to sing it without Auto Tune in a bid to prove that she’s got the chops to make it as... More »