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“Friday” Producer Gets “Happy” With Official Sequel To Rebecca Black “Hit”

Sorry for all the quotations, but I'm a bit frazzled

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Well, at least Patrice Wilson has a sense of humor about the whole “Friday” cultural brainfart. The only problem is that his sense of humor has led him to record another terrible song. Oh well, it’s Friday – which means that by Saturday morning you’ll be H-A-P-P-Y. Or something like that.

You remember Patrice Wilson, right? He’s the guy who produced the YouTube Hall of Fame “Friday” video which shot young Rebecca Black to internet stardom. He also makes an appearance in “Friday,” as the guy rapping in the car.

His new song, “Happy,” is dedicated to all the haters out there. Kind of.

After “Friday” and all the negativity surrounding it, Patrice Wilson realized that the world has a lot of anger and hate. All we need is a smile on our faces to reunite as one.Spread the word and share the love!!!! Get H-A-P-P-Y.

After a two-minute self-deprecating intro, the song begins. It’s autotuned. There’s a shocked mailman, questionably young cheerleaders, a yoga class, a magic engagement, police malfeasance, racial stereotypes, and it all ends with a nice representation of the typical “hater.” Yeah, I watched the whole thing.

Check it out below:

Did you ever think “Friday” would qualify as ear bleach?

[h/t Mashable]

“Friday” Producer Gets “Happy” With Official Sequel To Rebecca Black “Hit”
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  • http://theman.com Theman Jones

    tookie tookie zoot zoot

  • Trevor Gowe

    He makes a good point.

    • Chundra Collins

      Telenomadic hoarders and flagstaff republicans
      Cut from the cloth of the American alchemy chain
      Command falls short of inferior complexity
      Fragile as can be in the womb of narcotic function
      Tradition and inheritance line the bitter streets
      The cheap looters were given too much to reap
      If only they knew, that bartering bears no fruit
      If only they saw that melancholy begets melancholy 

  • Ted Dillinger

    Porotta yeah, Porotta no, Porotta high, Porotta low

  • Lethorbo Porotta

    I used to be a fat faced chubster. I changed my ways, but still fluctuate a little bit. If I do heavy cardio and eat fairly clean, I can stay slim. Otherwise, I put on a couple pounds, and it just makes me look like a different person.

    I think it’s mainly because I work out so hard and eat out a lot. Working out intensely makes me sweat like crazy. My water retention is up and down. Also, all that sodium in the processed foods makes me retain water. Some mornings, I will wake up and my face will be way puffy. I don’t look like myself. I hate being like that. I feel tired, it lowers my confidence. That is No way to live.

    But I’ve been like that on and off for a while now. It’s time to reclaim my body and my life. I’m not even really overweight, but I want to be at my best. I want my face to be chiseled and nice. I don’t want to hold myself back anymore. So the eating out is going to be brought down to maybe once a week. It’s the main thing holding me back. Lost of fresh fruits and vegetables, water, sleep, meditation. I’m excited.