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Rebecca Black’s song and video, “Friday” quickly went viral earlier this month for all the wrong reasons. People all over the internet were mocking her and calling it the worst song ever. Now the man who produced the song, South African born, Patrice Wilson, CEO of Ark Music Factory has come forward as the man who produced it. Gawker reports:

“I believe that in 10 years from now people will look at that song ‘Friday’ as a historical song because it competed on the charts and it was from an independent production company,”

“Yeah, people didn’t like the song, didn’t like the music video, they thought it was really cheesy. But that was the whole point, to create something that was really simple but something that sticks in people’s head. To have people say ‘I hate this song, but I’m still singing it.'”

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