"Yesterday was Fri-day.
Rebecca Black's "hit" song "Friday" is now two and a half years old (seriously).
Alison Gold went viral with her moronic song "Chinese Food" thanks to the production skills of Rebecca Black muse Patrice Wilson.
I can't believe making videos as stupid as Rebecca Black's "Friday" is still a thing.
Remember Patrice Wilson, the guy who "produced" Rebecca Black's infamous hit "Friday".
Is this song by "BMI affiliated" artist Tay Allyn deliberately awful.
And then she totally redeemed herself.
This is eerily similar to Friday -- it even has the rapper from Rebecca Black's video -- only difference is this is intentionally terrible.
One of the best and worst things about YouTube is how people can pay companies to make professional-looking videos for them completely independent of their talents or lack thereof.
These are the Straight Jacket Ladies.
You probably don't need to watch this song from teen Nicole Westbrook (produced by Patrice Wilson -- aka "Fat Usher" -- of Rebecca Black's "Friday" video).
Featuring Patrice Wilson (who rapped in "Friday") and lyrics that helpfully tell us that the 4th of July comes after Easter, Nicole Westbrook's "Thanksgiving" will probably have 10 million views by tomorrow morning.
Ever wonder what would happen if someone took the cultural phenomenon of Rebecca Black and mixed it with a rough sketch of Kim Kardashian's looks.
Ladies and gentlemen, 2012 may have some new Rebecca Blacks.
As one of the sites extremely early to the Rebecca Black phenomenon, we consider ourselves an arbiter of taste for crappy YouTube music.