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A Major Improvement

This honestly suprised me. Coming from Friday, I was ready for another gaff song to laugh at, but this is catchy. Black has improved vocally, and with a better editing job it sounds beliveable. The self-parody and inclusion of other pop themes, such as party shots and Cyrus's infamous underwear makes for a enjoyable set of lyrics that poke fun at herself and the genre she's a part of. The backing is as catchy as the vocals, with a more complex sound that makes it serivceable for mashups, interesting covers, and other projects. Oh, and Days is good too, but I'm much less familiar with his work. Overall, Black has regained a fan and I look forward to what she does next.

A huge improvement.

I really admire that Rebecca realized the fact that Friday was a complete miss. Some of the lyrics in this song were a satire to Friday, and it was genius. The song is perfect for where mainstream music is now. She took an electro, almost Metro Station, type beat and mixed it with some party-esque type lyrics, and voilà, a hit.

hilarious and fun

it's a fun song with a good beat and the singing isn't bad either the video and some of the lines are a spoof on Friday. I think it's great that she can make fun of herself and make a fun catchy song while showing off her talent.


Born: June 21, 1997 in Anaheim Hills, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Rebecca Black went from teenaged anonymity to national infamy in March 2011, when the video for “Friday,” her debut single, began attracting millions of viewers on YouTube. Black had recorded the song several months earlier with the help of Ark Music Factory, an L.A.-based record label and production facility with a roster of young, aspiring pop singers. Ark Music Factory also shot a video for “Friday,” which was uploaded to the Internet in February 2011. After attracting less than 1,000 viewers...
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Saturday - Single, Rebecca Black
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  • $0.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Dec 03, 2013

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