The new song, which is created by Ark Music Factory's producer Patrice Wilson, features 12-year-old singer Gold singing about wanting to eat Chinese food after going clubbing.
Rebecca Black's "Friday" is no longer the worst song on earth as it has a successor. Patrice Wilson, an Ark Music Factory producer who created Black's debut song, has returned with a new track which audience thinks is more annoying.
Wilson has worked together with a 12-year-old singer named Alison Gold for a song called "Chinese Food". Arriving with an accompanying music video, the song features Gold singing about wanting to eat various Chinese dishes after "balling" and going "clubbing."
"I love Chinese food. You know that it's true. I love fried rice, I love noodles, I love chow mein, chow m-m-m-mein," she sings.
Co-directed by Wilson, Ian Hotchkiss and Chris Lowe, the video for the song also fails to win viewers' hearts. The video has so far garnered more than two million YouTube views with 41,000 dislikes and 9,000 likes.
It also sparks negative comments about racism as Wilson, who dresses up as a panda, appears in the clip to rap with what E! Online calls "Asian" voice. Later in the clip, Gold and her backing dancers show up dressing in traditional Japanese geisha-inspired kimonos to illustrate their love for Chinese food.