Rebecca Black is celebrating the 10th anniversary of her RIAA Gold certified viral hit “Friday” on Wednesday (Feb. 10) with the release of a remixed version of the track.
The “Friday” remix was produced by 100 Gecs’ Dylan Brady, and features worldwide ambassador of Bounce music, Big Freedia, who was thrilled to be apart of the song’s remix. The song also features 3OH!3 and Dorian Electra, who also featured Black on her 2020 single “Edgelord.”
Black’s “Friday” remix also brings along a nostalgic visual ode to the original music video, and includes all featured artists.
“Friday has this accidental campiness that was a part of making it what it was, and through the years, camp has been something I’ve only further tried to embrace.” The video, directed by Weston Allen adds further campiness: reimagining her status in the 2010s zeitgeist juxtaposed through a hypnotic, futuristic universe which sees Black’s iconic car shot matured into a technicolor drag race between herself and Dorian Electra, with the track’s new Gold plaque in the front passenger seat.
You can watch Black’s new music video for her just-released “Friday” remix below.