"Friday" singer Rebecca Black knows her days of the week, but she's very confused about one major thing: "WHY ISNT 1989 ON SPOTIFY????????" she tweeted Well, we've solved the mystery about Taylor Swift's missing pop album, which is available...Show More Summary
It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday with this Rebecca Black news The singer who gave us the inescapable viral hit "Friday" in 2011 and its fitting calendar-inspired followup "Saturday" in 2013 will be venturing into new music...Show More Summary
"Black Ice" -- When temperatures begin to plunge, Sam and Rebecca spring into action to try to save the residents of Chester's Mill. Meanwhile, Barbie risks his own life in order to save Julia after a terrible accident, on Under the Dome Monday, Sept. 8 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS.
Rebecca Black is currently the Director of Operations for Chronic Tacos, a growing fast casual franchised concept that delivers true Mexican flavor with authentic third generation family recipes. How has your life experience made you...Show More Summary
It's music to my rears. Is it my birthday? Because somebody brought me some really shitty Cupcakes, the newest musical endeavor from Patrice Wilson, the guy who brought us that really shitty Friday song with Rebecca Black and that other strangely racist really shitty Chinese Food song. Show More Summary
From the man who brought you Friday and Chinese Food, behold…Cupcakes! Singer Gina Naomi Baez croons about the delicious dessert for roughly three and a half minutes in this new song, and by the end of the music video, you'll definitely be thinking about baking a batch yourself. However, the real star of this music video Tinkerbelle, [...]
Oh, and her record release party for "Brooklyn Girls" is on Thursday night in Williamsburg.
Singer Catey Shaw knows all the cool, hip chicks reside in Brooklyn See also: 4 New York City Tours That Don't Involve a Red Double-Decker Bus Shaw channeled Katy Perry's "California Girls" to pen "Brooklyn Girls," an ode to the combat...Show More Summary
Move over Rebecca Black. Sample review: It’s annoyingly catchy. I almost hate myself for watching it. Just wait: After you hear the chorus a mere one time, you’ll be singing “love the Fourth of July, love the Fourth of July” over and over again until you want to blow your brains out with some Fourth of July fireworks. Show More Summary
Just like Rebecca Black proved back in 2011, the Internet has a soft spot for songs that aren't just bad, but awesomely bad. Now, right in time for the Fourth, this seriously catchy yet totally deadpan anthem from Rosa G (A.K.A actress...Show More Summary
Move over, Rebecca Black. Move way, way, way, way over. An aspiring young artist named Rosa G has released a Fourth of July anthem appropriately titled "Fourth of July," coming out with the atrocious track just in time for this year's...Show More Summary
Have you been in need of a holiday jam without even knowing it? If so, you can thank YouTube personality Rosa G. Her silly "Fourth of July" music video is one of the best day-themed clips we've seen since Rebecca Black's "Friday." (Um,...Show More Summary
In 2011, Rebecca Black, then 13, became a viral sensation after her song “Friday” hit YouTube.
Did you know Jodie Foster directed the second season premiere of “Orange Is the New Black?” (She also directed the third episode, “Lesbian Request Denied,” of the first season). And, yes, I saw you in there, too, Rebecca Drysdale. Much more on OITNB and my complete thoughts on the second season coming tomorrow. Show More Summary
Rebecca Carroll: When We Black People Say Racism Is Real, Please Believe Us: By now you’ve probably seen the viral video of the racist white woman going ballistic in a parking lot in Cheektowaga, New York (about 300 miles from Manhattan) for nearly four straight minutes, shouting the N-word at a black man in his […]
Justice Now’s Orange is the New Black privilege bingo! What does a movement against gendered violence look like without carceral feminism? The Adventures of Mansplainer. And mansplaining, explained: Jessica interviews Rebecca Solnit. Don’t forget to register for the 2014 WAM!NYC Conference to hear Janet Mock, our own Zerlina, and more awesome feminists. Lan Pham responds [...]
We could start off today's posts with some sort of lame Friday line. Rebecca Black's always a favorite. Or maybe Katy Perry. But me? I'm still partial to Ice Cube. And with that, we present today's best deals on apps, devices and accessories.
DespitethefactthatIworkfortheinternet,I’vemanagedtoremainblissfullyunawareofRebeccaBlack forthemostpart.Yes,Iknowshehadthatvideo“Friday” thateverybodytookacollectivedumpon,butotherthanthat,reallynothing.SowhenIsawthatRebeccaBlackpostedavideoonYouTube readingsomeofthemeancommentspeoplehadleftonhervideos,Iwaslike,oh,thisgirlmustbeactuallyprettycool.
Rebecca Black's debut music video "Friday" made the then-13-year-old singer an Internet legend for all the wrong reasons. The song was bad. Really bad. So bad, in fact, that it currently has over 1.3 million "dislikes" on YouTube. Rebecca...Show More Summary
Remember teen singer Rebecca Black? Here's a refresher course: Partying, partying, yeah? Black's 2011 novelty was a smash hit, in part because people thought it was really, really bad. (The current official YouTube version has more than 1.3 million dislikes.) As it turns out, the negative comments reached Black. Show More Summary