Sung by Nicole Westbrook & written and produced by Patrice Wilson, the founder of ARK Music Factory and the mastermind behind Rebecca Black's 2011 accidental hit "Friday."
The tribal choruses and close-up shots of JUSTICE in the first ten seconds might make you think you're about to watch another Kony 2012 video. Nope! Just two rich white girls "singing" in what might be the worst music video in recent memory. They don't use much autotune, but I almost wish they did.
Changing Times of the Day: The island nation of Samoa will leapfrog over Friday straight into Saturday as it repositions itself west of the international date line in order to bring its time zone into alignment with other countries in the region.
Over a century ago, American traders convinced Samoan officials to move the country's clocks east of the date line in o
Don't Call It A Comeback of the Day: Infamous Internet chanteuse Rebecca Black returns with "Person of Internet" -- her second aural assault since the inimitable hit single "Friday."
"The basis of it is that it’s a love song but it’s not a love song," she said in a recent interview. "It’s about almost
Haters Gonna Rightfully Hate of the Day: You didn't ask for it, but you're getting it anyway: Rebecca Black's latest single, "My Moment," has arrived to scrape away the scabs that were just starting to coat the wounds inflicted upon your ear drums by her last audio abomination.
What're you gonna do? This is apparently her moment. And she's waited for so long. Five whole months. Which might as well be forever.
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
Lost Cat of the Day: Another day, another hugely popular viral video gets removed from YouTube: Just under two weeks since Rebecca Black's "Friday" was taken down at the behest of Black and her legal team, it seems that that other nightmarish earworm, Nyan Cat, has also been unceremoniously scratched out, ostensibly by