Awful song deserves an awful video...
Have we discussed this one yet?
I will defend this song so hard.
Don't get me wrong, it's one of the worst things ever, HOWEVER:
It is not meant to be good.
With this in mind, I think Rebecca Black's Friday is literally one of the best pop songs ever written (and no, I don't think I've ever actually heard it the whole way through and have no intent on changing that).
The point of pop, is to sell, to be talked about, to make people know it. There is no part of the concept of pop that requires anything more than it to be popular.
Where do you find such nonsense, and who in the world actually listens to this? Pre teens wanting to be the girl?Sorry, but you're all wrong- THIS is the official worst song ever.
As if the repetitive, generic house beat wasn't enough, the "lyrics" (if one could call them that) consist solely of a 20-something girl making vapid comments on her night out in da club (and of course taking multiple selfie's).
Seriously, I defy you to find worse!
I have a new one, for me at least. Whatever that "music" was during the halftime show, that meandering piece of pop sewage, devoid of all soul, performed poorly even though lip-synced, absent any redeeming qualities. And who in the world spawned this genre of "entertainment" whereby a singer sings to a record, surrounded by a bunch of dancers? Does anyone actually like this stuff?
Ummm, if it's all that good then why not listen all the way through?
Not only is it not one of the best pop songs ever written IMO, it is an inconsequential flash in the pan that no one besides the 'performer' will remember next year. Except maybe 13 year olds studying for an exam lol.
Oh, and I lasted about 22 seconds before my head was going to explode, so I chose to keep my brains.