Don’t Call It A Comeback of the Day: Infamous Internet chanteuse Rebecca Black returns with “Person of Interest” — her second aural assault since the inimitable hit single “Friday.”

“The basis of it is that it’s a love song but it’s not a love song,” she said in a recent interview. “It’s about almost teenage crushes — when you’re not in love yet but you really like a guy — which I’m really excited about because I don’t think there are too many out like that.” 

Oh lord. Is it Friday yet?


Music & Internet | Jazmine P

So you thought Rebecca Black’s Friday was the lowest music could get?

Well, thanks to the nature of the Internet, an even worse abomination has been unsurfaced after laying dormant for the past six months: Jazmine P

Now, I’m guessing this song is called “A Beautiful Day”, but there is honestly nothing to be found about why this song exists, who Jazmine P is, or how she is apparently suffering from schizophrenia - literally.

Jazmine P has imaginary friends.

Figments of her imagination - Jazmine P lives out a second life.

First off, she starts talking about her mom making cookies - BOTH OF WHICH NEVER SHOW UP. Neither the mom nor the cookies say hello to us during this 3 minute and 22 second smorgasbord of deception. We should know that something isn’t quite right with that, but we continue enduring the awfully robotic auto-tuned vocals that spout lines that we’ll continue to quote for years to come, such as “I don’t know what to do-ooh-ohoh,” and “The rain has stopped and everybody going inside.”

Yes, you read that correctly, “The rain has stopped and everybody going inside.”

There is so much rain that the world was actually underwater when this was filmed.

This song’s lyrics make less sense than Rebecca Black’s “Friday” storyline.

For as much as this kid talks about how much it’s raining, did you notice that it’s sunny as hell out in this video? Also, she sings about how it’s 3 o’clock and it’s time to head home because it’s late out. The thing of it is, that it’s clearly 3 PM and all these unsupervised kids are still outside playing, not giving the slightest damn, and stealing bikes.

Maybe this music video is a poignant social commentary on homeless children with mental disorders that are only striving to live day by day?

I bet my kidneys that it’s not.

This music video totally rivals The Bicycle Thief.

Watch out, Cousin It’s red-headed baby brother is right behind you.

At the end of the video, we’re just left with Jazmine running towards the ocean, apparently forgetting that it’s Sunday, school is tomorrow, and her mother and those cookies are both still M.I.A.

I just want an explanation about this entire video - who wrote this song, who thought that all of this was a good idea, and who in the world is Jazmine P? The world makes no sense.

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