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‘Chinese Food’: The Latest Groaner from the Man Who Brought You ‘Friday’

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Parents of cute but marginally talented tween girls beware.

Unfortunately, Patrice Wilson, the songwriter and ARK Music Factory executive behind horrific hugely popular viral videos "Friday" by Rebecca Black and "It's Thanksgiving" by Nicole Westbrook that have received 58 and 14 million plays respectively, has found another victim – Alison Gold.

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Gold debuted Monday the video for her song "Chinese Food," a painfully awful Auto-Tune track about her love for the ethnic delicacy.

Gold sings, "Read the menu, they got broccoli, even chicken wings, make it spicy … and it tastes so so good."

The true star of the video is the food. There's an incredible scene with plates of fried rice, egg rolls, broccoli, chicken wings and noodles that will prompt Chinese takeout orders upon viewing.

The true star of the video is the food. There's an incredible scene with plates of fried rice, egg rolls, broccoli, chicken wings and noodles that will prompt Chinese takeout orders upon viewing.

The song is so bad that restaurant chain Panda Express may issue a cease and desist order for being mentioned in a lyric. It gets worse when Wilson, dressed as a dancing panda, makes a cameo appearance, removes its head and begins to rap.

Wilson announced the video via Twitter:

In a 2011 interview, Wilson said he left the UK to make positive music in the US. "We can make great music and keep it clean and safe and have fun," he said in a video posted on his YouTube page.

While you can't knock his effort to make wholesome music, he should consider improving the quality of the works.

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