OG Furious – Rebecca Black – Friday – Analysis


OG Furious – Rebecca Black – Friday – Analysis

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[OG Furious] Source: LYBIO.net
I ____ people, since recently there is a video on Youtube that went viral its called Friday by Rebecca Black. When I first glanced this, it looks like typical teenage pop song, see but I went investigating that and I read the lyrics, and I was trying to find out if this is just a generic pop song why is it going viral? Let’s do a critical analysis here, I’m just going to go over the lyrics with ya’ll.

7am, waking up in the morning

Instant identification with the listener or the viewer.

Gotta be fresh, gotta go downstairs
Gotta have my bowl, gotta have cereal

She doesn’t have the cereal in the video there’s something there.

Seein’ everything, the time is goin’

She sees everything, it’s kind of an embodiment of one consciousness, one person, seeing everything

The time is goin’

Like Einstein, general or special activity. Source: LYBIO.net

Tickin’ on and on, everybody’s rushin’

Like the _____ the power in now, everybody rushing. Don’t rush!

Gotta get down to the bus stop
Gotta catch my bus, I see my friends

She gotta catch her bus, but she sees her friends. There’s family value in this song!

Kickin’ in the front seat
Sittin’ in the back seat
Gotta make my mind up
Which seat can I take?

That’s a question about life.

It’s Friday, Friday

Time indication repeated to underline importance of specific time, this song is about Friday.

Fun, fun, fun, fun

Lots of fun. Source: LYBIO.net

You know what it is

She ain’t saying what it is, she’s leaving it up to you. What is it?

Yesterday was Thursday, Thursday
Today i-is Friday, Friday

This part is about not taking things for granted

Tomorrow is Saturday
And Sunday comes after…wards

Its educational, maybe, maybe she’s a teacher

We-we-we so excited
We so excited
We gonna have a ball today

Okay I don’t know what that song is about! I just met that girl last Friday at a party. I hit that in the bathroom! She go make a song about that! She asked me to do a video about it! Rebecca I don’t know, what is this sh*** yo! Actually, I just made this video to tell ya’ll that I’m doing a serious live stream next Thursday at 7 pm CET on my blog TV, link is down below in the under-bar! And at the end of the video! (foot rubs his chest) Rebecca what you doing, man! Its’ Monday bit*** hands off!

OG Furious – Rebecca Black – Friday – Analysis. Okay I don’t know what that song is about! I just met that girl last Friday at a party. I hit that in the bathroom! She go make a song about that! She asked me to do a video about it! Rebecca I don’t know, what is this. Complete Full Script, Dialogue, Remarks, Saying, Quotes, Words And Text To OG Furious – Rebecca Black – Friday – Analysis.

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March 28, 2011

Aaron @ 6:41 pm #

I like this write up a lot . But for me the words are moot as the video is actually a dream sequence. She’s passed out from the beer bong she did after sneaking into a freshman dorm to party with the big boys the night before and the squeaky door robo singing you hear in the song is actually her alarm clock going off incessantly – which in her dream becomes odd child like nursery rhymes, much like a tree branch scratching against a window when you’re asleep can become the sound effect to something completely different in a dream.

The basic story is: In her dream Black wakes with oddly crimped hair, fully made up, and goes downstairs, where she convulses and twitches, as the ghosts of her dead family dash and dance around behind her. She finds herself suddenly at a bus stop, but just as quickly finds herself in a car with children obviously too young to drive (except in dreams).

Suddenly it’s night and she’s with a new group of girls – seemingly pursued by a Freddy Krueger-esque dream rapper (who has already killed her family in an unseen video prelude – hence the ghosts in her kitchen). The demonic child hunting dream rapper is so intent on pursuing a busload of fresh tasty school children in front of him (very similar to Nightmare on Elm St 2′s opening sequence) that he doesn’t actually realise our cluey heroine has pulled a switch on him and is in fact NOT actually on this bus. Our Becky is actually now back at home, and has busily gathered the neighbourhood children (who will become ‘The Dream Warriors – see Nightmare On Elm St 3) so together they can battle the evil dream rapper via the powers of their combined electric youth.

Once gathered in Black’s backyard, and making sure the backyard party lights are blasting to ensure no one trips over on the garden rockeries or falls in the nearby pool (safety first – another example of our heroine’s righteousness and clear headed thinking – even under extreme duress), the children begin their assault on their adversary – chanting the words ‘fun fun fun fun’ and ‘partying partying YEAH!’ over and over, in an attempt to kill the child hunting dream rapper.

The battle is of course fraught with danger, resulting in a precarious moment (2 mins 54) when the dream rapper arrives at the soiree – and attempts to send his soul into Rebecca (our heroine’s eyes bludge and her head twitches demonically) but she cleverly rejects the evil soul with a well placed soprano note, spewing the demon rapper’s soul back out, and hitting the dream rapper with a few more soprano notes, plus some added hair tossing, and scrunch-faced emotion, the combined assault of which sears and tears at the dream rapper’s flesh, finally destroying him.

The video ends with the dream warriors clapping and cheering, celebrating their victory, and confident that they are now finally free of the demonic child hunter who has terrorised them every Friday since beginning high school. The video ends on a high note, but like many horror franchises, I wouldn’t actually be surprised if Black must again duel with the evil child hunting rapper in the videos Friday Part 2: Revenge of The Dream Rapper, Friday Part 3: It’s Rebecca – Bitch!, Friday Part 4: The Final Battle, and Friday’s Part 5 and 6: The Final Final Battle and It’s Really The Final Battle This Time.

I don’t know why people don’t realise it’s all a dream, didn’t anyone see Dallas when Pam Ewing woke to find she’d dreamed a season’s worth of storylines and Bobby Ewing wasn’t really dead, he’d just been in the shower for a year?

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