When I first listened to Rebecca Black’s much buzzed about song, ‘Friday, I was extremely confused. “This song is abominable,” I thought. So you can imagine my horror when I heard that ‘Glee’ would cover the song. I watched the episode, and as it turns out, the song isn’t so bad after all. It just goes to show you — get the right machine behind a song, and you can transform it. Listen below.
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The Dishmaster March 31, 2011 Leave a Comment
In a recent interview, Miley Cyrus complained about You Tube stars, such as Justin Bieber and Rebecca Black, saying, “It should be harder to be an artist. You shouldn’t just be able to put a song on YouTube and go out on tour.” Really Miley? You don’t want musicians to have a short cut into the music business? So what about your career? Do you think having Billy Ray Cyrus as a dad perhaps helped speed up your success a bit? Would you have had scored the same high-profile Disney audition otherwise? For years, Hollywood has been an impenetrable members-only club that excludes great talent because of limited opportunity for exposure. You Tube breaks that barrier. At least those guys did it on their own, without the nepotism.
Update: Miley Cyrus insists she was misquoted and she “loves Rebecca Black.” Yeah — sure she was.