Megan Alexander Records Her Own Music Video
INSIDE EDITION’s own Megan Alexander learns how to make your own music video after Rebecca Black’s video became a YouTube sensation.
Rebecca Black's song "Friday" has been called the "worst song ever." But it's a monster hit with more than 69 million views on YouTube.
Love it or hate it, you can't argue with those numbers!
Black's mom paid a record producer just $2,000 to write, record, and shoot the now-infamous video.
So INSIDE EDITION got to thinking, if an unknown 13-year-old can become an overnight sensation by singing such mundane lyrics about her everyday life like waking up, eating cereal, riding to school, how hard can it be?
INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander asked music producers the Buchanans, who've worked with top talent like Jay-Z and Beyoncé, to help her record a song just like Rebecca Black's.
Alexander wrote a few, well, ridiculous lines about her daily routine, and the guys came up with the music. The Buchanans worked their magic and voila.
When Alexander first heard the recording, she said, "Wow that's me? Anyone can be a popstar...this proves it!"
Check out the entire music video here!
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