Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Rebecca Black's "Friday" as Radical Text

If you think that 13-year old Rebecca Black’s song “Friday” is an insipid, bubblegum pop expression of the teenage mind, you’d be wrong. Dana Vachon argues that it’s actually a complex rebuttal to the artificiality of modern life.

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ern0 said...

There are a plenty of less-or-more funny parodies, my favourites are these:

Best song cover by Matt Mulholland

Best interpretation by Mike

LuchinG said...

I love our century. Know consumers can produce their own crap.