Rebecca Black Releases 10th Anniversary Remix Of 'Friday' Ten years ago this week, Rebecca Black's song "Friday" was released. If you were anywhere near the Internet then, you may have distinct feelings about the song.
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Rebecca Black Releases 10th Anniversary Remix Of 'Friday'

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Rebecca Black Releases 10th Anniversary Remix Of 'Friday'

Rebecca Black Releases 10th Anniversary Remix Of 'Friday'

Rebecca Black Releases 10th Anniversary Remix Of 'Friday'

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Ten years ago this week, Rebecca Black's song "Friday" was released. If you were anywhere near the Internet then, you may have distinct feelings about the song.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "FRIDAY")

REBECCA BLACK: (Singing) It's Friday, Friday...

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. If you were anywhere near the Internet 10 years ago, you may have feelings about this song.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "FRIDAY (REMIX)")

BLACK: (Singing) Partying, partying, yeah. Partying, partying...

MARTIN: It's Rebecca Black's "Friday," and, yes, it came out 10 years ago this week. And to celebrate the anniversary, Rebecca Black has released a remix.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "FRIDAY (REMIX)")

BLACK: (Singing) It's 7:45. We're driving on the highway. I got this. You got this. My friend is by my right. Think about it. Think about it.

MARTIN: You know, in case you missed it the first time. It's MORNING EDITION, and it is Friday.

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