Patrice Wilson, the producer behind viral YouTube music videos like Rebecca Black's "Friday" and Nicole Westbrook's "Thanksgiving," is at it again with "Skip Rope," a rap song by his latest protegé tween duo Tweenchronic.
Highbrow Lowbrow of the Day: As part of his ongoing series of stories "about people trying to control the Internet," The Men Who Stare At Goats author and This American Life contributor Jon Ronson pays a visit to Patrice Wilson -- the person "responsible" for unleashing upon
Here We Go Again? of the Day: 14-year-old Lexi St. George, the latest pop music product to roll off the Ark Music Factory assembly line, was "discovered" by CEO Patrice Wilson at a shopping mall casting call sponsored by GMA.
That's right: Patrice Wilson -- the man responsible for inflicting a second Black Plague on unsuspecting Earthicans -- was hired by Good Morning Am
Creepy Creeper of the Day: Ark Music Factory founder and CEO Patrice "Weirdo Usher" Wilson sits down with a hard-hitting investigative journalist to clear up certain misconceptions about his legitimate, non-pedophilic music-making business.
One misconception that certainly gets cleared up: Patrice Wilson is a legitimate businessman who should definitely be allowed within 100 yards of children.