A new music video called “It’s Thanksgiving” was released yesterday from ARK Music Factory by one Nicole Westbrook, whose song is so cheesy it reaches Rebecca Black territory…. meme territory. She will be a gif.
Oh wait! She already is:
The song is basically the holiday-edition of “Friday,” which makes sense considering it comes from Patrice Wilson, the same guy who did Black’s 2011 ARK Music Factory song. We know he’s just banking off the tackiness at this point but I hope Westbrook has the strength to withstand catty Internet commenters. Westbrook’s auto-tuning isn’t as terrible as Black’s, but the lyrics and music video are on par — just wait until she starts singing with the turkey drumstick.
Next, I’d love to see a Christmas edition duet with Westbrook and Black. Let’s make it happen!
Watch it here
The “3 Second Rule” by Lisa Gail is meant to provide advice for women. If your man has a wandering eye, consider compromising with her three second rule. Gail’s video was produced by Ark Music Factory and is simultaneously the best and worst music video we’ve seen. But beware, it could ruin your 4/20 buzz.
Rebecca Black’s infamous ‘Friday’ music video has been pulled from YouTube, reports Billboard.
The video, which received more than 160 million views and 3 million ‘dislikes,’ is no longer available due to a “copyright claim by Rebecca Black.”
Earlier this week, Ark Music Factory, which is the company Black’s parents paid $4,000 to produce the song and video, began charging viewers $2.99 to watch the clip.
Black’s spokesman says the 13-year-old and her team team then sent a takedown notice to YouTube, because of a dispute with the firm.
Lawyers for Black and Ark Music have been fighting over who owns the rights to the song and video, and have removed it until the issues are resolved.
This is actually a blessing in disguise – maybe they will never, ever, put it back onto the internet? And we can all move on and live happy lives.
Viral video sensation Rebecca Black is reportedly working on a new song with co-writers Ark Music Factory.
Perez Hilton reports that the “Friday” singer is currently in the studio writing with her collaborators and that we should expect the new project soon.
Black tweeted: “We’re currently writing another song…it does not have to do with weekdays, or months, or numbers or colors. Throwin’ that out there.”
Well that’s a relief! We think one educational song per career is a good limit.
Check out Rebecca’s current LOLarious hit, “Friday,” below.