The man behind Rebecca Black continues on their war path of musical terror with his new “star-in-the-making” Alison Gold, who apparently likes chinese food so much that she just had to sing about it.
Titled “Chinese Food,” the song was written, produced and co-directed by Patrice Wilson who also helped write Rebecca Black’s “Friday.” He also stars in the video. He’s the one in the panda bear costume who raps some more incredibly stupid lyrics that are 90 per cent composed of the names of Chinese dishes sung in random order.
I also don’t know why Patrice feels the need to be front and center of every shitty project he does. He probably doesn’t feel the gaping hole where his dignity used to be as he fills up his bank account with cheques cut by poor unsuspecting parents.
As for Alison, there’s really not much to say except her parents must have the worst judgement in the world for letting her do the song and video, and spending their money on the worst vanity recording ever produced (so far, that is). I’m sure once they realized that this wasn’t the way to buy their daughter an A-list career they’ll regret their decision.
And now for some other pressing questions!
1. Patrice, does your songwriting process include picking out little bits of paper with random words written on them from a fishbowl? Or do you make a word cloud full of terms you think relate to the topic at hand?
2. Is that also how you wrote the racist treatment for the video? Don’t tell me you weren’t trying to offend anyone when you made sure the Monopoly you placed on Oriental Avenue was a dog.
3. Patrice, after releasing Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” how are you not ashamed of your fame whoring abilities?
4. Why is Alison singing about getting Chinese food after getting drunk? She looks no more than 13-years-old.
5. Why is Patrice hanging out with a bunch of young girls playing Monopoly?
6. Why does the language of the subtitles change? Is this your attempt at trying to prove you’re not racist?
On a scale from 1 to 10, how awful do you think this video is? Leave a comment below or tweet your thoughts to @ANDPOP!