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Happy New Music Friday! It's every audiophile's favorite day of the week, and some of our favorite artists from all different genres have blessed us with new tunes. Plus, Luke Bryan celebrated small town life on his seventh studio release, and Bon Iver released an anti-capitalist anthem after hitting the Top 10 with Taylor Swift. They taking over this. They taking over that. Because I actually like shorty music a lot. Why does it even have to be like that? Between the two of them, Machine Gun Kelly and Blackbear have some pretty high-profile exes, so it's not hard to imagine the lyrics of their new track coming naturally -- especially considering MGK's newly public romance with Megan Fox. On Sept. Less than a year later, but months after Juice's tragic death at age 21, the collab is here, with The Weeknd announcing the release of "Smile" with a simple message to the late rapper.
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Username or Email Address. Remember Me. One of the key points about the TheShowMustBePaused campaign last week was that it was not a single day of action, but rather the springboard for much, much more. One branch will focus on social justice and systemic racism … from the boardroom to the boulevard. Black people have been playing on an uneven field for far too long and this pledge is a continuation in the fight to finally try and even it. Tech firms are talking about their commitments too. Music group BMG also had some significant news yesterday. While BMG only began operations in , we have acquired many older catalogues. If there are any inequities or anomalies, we will create a plan to address them. We suspect this may spur labels to push back some high-profile releases from non-Black artists to the following week, such is the industry clout of the playlist.

It is Black's debut single. The song was originally released as a music video single on February 10, a Thursday ; it was officially premiered as a single on iTunes on March 14, a Monday. Nelson called it "the worst video ever made" on Twitter and the song was featured on the Tosh.

Since the growth in popularity of the song and video, there have been numerous parody videos and remixes. I was writing different songs all night and was like, 'Wow, I've been up a long time and it's Friday.

An ARK Music Factory client told Black's mother about the company's production services in late ; Black was 13 at the time, and living in the Anaheim Hills planned community in Anaheim, California. 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. It is performed in the key of B major at a tempo of beats per minute.

According to Randy Lewis of the Los Angeles Times , the familiar structure contributes to the song's catchiness, making it what others have called an earworm. He noted the sound as being not entirely agreeable to listen to, but stated that Black ultimately ends up "sounding like a distinct singer with an alluring sort of anti-charisma". Which means a weekend full of possibility awaits", a Plugged In reviewer concluded.

The song has received almost universally negative reviews from music critics, for its songwriting, instrumentation, Black's vocals, and the video choreography. Lyndsey Parker of Yahoo! Music asked if it could be " the worst song ever ". Despite the overwhelmingly negative reviews, a few reviewers had positive things to say about the song and video. Entertainment Weekly writer Joseph Lynch noted that there was "something sickeningly catchy about this tune that keeps you coming back for more.

Magazine also noted that "some are calling the year-old signed singer the next Justin Bieber. It was great. I'll be jammin to it on Friday , Friday. People are so upset about the song, but I think it's hysterical Anyone who can create this much controversy within a week, I want to meet. I love people like that. It reminds me of ' Saturday Night ' It's what we call a 'hair-dryer song,' a song girls sing into their hair dryers as they're getting ready to go out. But the fact that it's making people so angry is brilliant. I'm being deadly serious.

Whatever she's done has worked. Whether you like her or not, she's the most talked-about artist in America right now. Nobody over the age of 18 should understand her or like her.

So she should just do it her way. Patrice Wilson released his sequel to the song Friday on May 6, , titled "Happy", focusing on Saturdays. By March 21, , the "Friday" music video had been viewed more than 30 million times on YouTube. The concept for the music video is based on the lyrics and presented as a typical Friday for Black. Black hoped that her friends and family would enjoy watching the video on YouTube and that it would perhaps help her to later begin a singing career.

The music video was first posted on February 10, Following its original release, it received 4, views, enough to please Black, [14] before comedian Michael J.

Nelson 's Twitter account and a Tosh. Two days later, commenting was disabled altogether and archives removed. By June 15, , the video had more than million views, and 3.

After reading the harsh reviews of Friday, Black said that "those hurtful comments really shocked me. ARK Music offered to take the video down from YouTube, but Black refused the offer, saying that she did not wish to give the haters the satisfaction that they got me so bad I gave up. She is a total sweetheart. Black comes off as a well-adjusted, happy and grateful kid. In a March 29, letter from Kelly's lawyer to ARK Music, it was alleged that ARK Music failed to fulfill the terms of their November agreement by not giving her the song and video's master recordings, by claiming Black as exclusively signed to the label, and by exploiting the song without permission for example, selling a "Friday" ringtone.

While Wilson stated that Kelly "will get the masters and the song they can have it all", and agreed that Black was not exclusive to Ark, his attorney claimed that ARK owns the copyright for the song and the November agreement is invalid. On June 16, , YouTube took down the official music video for "Friday". Instead a message in place of the video read: "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Rebecca Black. Sorry about that. ARK Music Factory responded by saying it was disappointed that Black decided to have the video pulled from YouTube despite the two parties being in "good faith negotiations".

It added: "There's been an ongoing, open dialogue with our company. So we were blindsided to get a 'Take Down Notice' alleging copyright infringement instead of a call or e-mail from Rebecca's representatives.

Our use of the video has fully been authorized as evidenced by four uninterrupted months and million-plus viewings without objection by both Ms. Black and the copyright holder. Regardless, we are going to continue to take the high road and work out the complaint as soon as possible, so that the million-plus people who watch Friday for free each day can continue to enjoy the video.

A cover version of "Friday" was released by the cast of season two of the television series Glee. Series co-creator Ryan Murphy explained to The Hollywood Reporter the use of the viral hit as a tribute to popular culture.

The Glee Club is hired to perform songs for the prom and they were told by the principal to please do popular songs that the kids know.

Live, Rebecca Black joined Perry onstage, performing the song as a duet. Numerous parodies of "Friday" have been uploaded to YouTube and have become viral in their own right. She appears as the host of a party in the house next door to that of "Kathy Beth Terry".

At the end of the video, "Terry" attempts to blame the excesses of the party which had subsequently moved to her own house on Black, only for her parents Corey Feldman and Debbie Gibson to disbelieve her. Black made her national television debut by performing a mash-up of the song along with her second single, " My Moment ", during America's Got Talent ' s result night for the YouTube Special round on August 10, , featuring various acts who had auditioned via YouTube.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A second sample of "Friday" featuring the chorus where Black sings, "Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday". There have been multiple covers of the song, including on the television series Glee , in concert by Justin Bieber and Katy Perry, separately.

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