Worst dating videos ever made

"Friday" is a song by American singer Rebecca Black, written and produced by Los Angeles record producers Clarence Jey and Patrice Wilson.It was released on March 14, 2011, by ARK Music Factory as Black's debut single.According to Kelly, the payment covered one half or less of the production costs of the music video, and Black's family could have paid nothing in exchange for giving up all rights to the song."Friday" uses the 50s progression, an I-vi-IV-V chord progression that many popular songs have used such as "Heart and Soul" and "Unchained Melody".It is performed in the key of B major at a tempo of 112 beats per minute.Since the growth in popularity of the song and video, there have been numerous parody videos and remixes."Friday" co-writer Patrice Wilson, a worker at Ark Music Factory, explained that he wrote the lyrics "on a Thursday night going into a Friday.


Nelson called it "the worst video ever made" on Twitter and the song was featured on the Tosh.0 blog.The song's reception was highly negative, mainly because of its songwriting and Black's singing performance.



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