Alison Gold "Chinese Food" the New "Friday"?!

Alison Gold’s “Chinese Food” yummy music video!
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From the makers of Rebecca Black’s “Friday” comes a new politically incorrect viral train wreck called “Chinese Food”! This is ClevverNews, thanks for hanging out. Please meet Alison Gold, or what people are calling the new Rebecca Black. You remember that “Friday” song right? Well the same producer Patrice Wilson has released a brand new music video called “Chinese Food”. We see an angry Chinese speaking Chef cooking some chow mein in the kitchen which spurts a rainbow and we cut to the adorable blonde Alison Gold singing in a field. The seemingly innocent gal starts singing but we’re thrown off when she sings “After balling I go clubbing/ Then I’m hugging/ Then I’m hungry.” Alison continues to sing about walking down the street, being hungry (and grumpy) when she stumbles upon a Chinese restaurant- perfect! After some slow mo glamour shots of Ali we get to the glorious chorus and we learn, “I love Chinese food, you know that it’s true.” The video goes on to see Alison chow down on her favorite food singing about fried rice, noodles and chow mein, which gets its own hand dance moves. “chow me-eh-eh-in”. I know what you’re thinking, this is so random that this girl is singing about Chinese Food. But it gets even better. After a fortune cookie tells Alison she will make a new friend, we meet the music producer dressed as a giant Panda. The two pals have some fun in the sun, and continue the good times at Alison’s home at her girly slumber party. The panda reveals himself and takes his turn with a Chinese Food themed rap verse where he cleverly rhymes “broccoli” with “monopoly”. While this party seems a little inappropriate to us, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Alison ends the video doing dance choreography in a Chinese restaurant in a geisha kimono outfit and the panda gives her another fortune cookie reading, “The panda will fly away on a rainbow”- and to her astonishment the fortune comes true. We may be missing some symbolism here but we think this auto-tuned “Chinese Food” music video makes “Friday” look like a work of art. And if the rotating language subtitles are any indication of the producers desire to make this the next global viral hit, they seem to have succeeded. This video is taking over the internet right now, and you know you’re going to watch it at least 10 more times this week. Tell us if you think this video is the new Rebecca Black “Friday”? I’m Misty Kingma for ClevverNews, I’ll miss you and see you soon.

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  1. because its reduces Chinese food to basically Panda Express and even better, utilizes Japanese Geisha and kimono's in a scene, which has nothing to do with China

  2. I think it's awesome and amusing. And while I find it culturally ignorant, I don't find it racist or offensive partly because I wouldn't expect a 12yr old white American girl to know much about Chinese food/culture. Anyway, 12yr olds singing about food they like is pretty harmless compared to singing about hooking up at clubs or doing shots til dawn. I think the only inappropriate thing about the song is the part where she sings about clubbing despite her age. And yea, I'm Chinese.