This one comes with a stern warning we need to get out of the way. If you’re either a terribly naive fan of Rebecca Black’s vocal abilities or completely lacking in a sense of humor, then it’s best to move along, nothing more to see here.
For those of us who decry the pervasive auto-tune, this one hits home. The resident funny people over at Break whipped up an un-auto-tuned version of the viral pop singer’s new music video “Person of Interest,” using what they say is her “RAW, UNMIXED, ORIGINAL vocals” and synced them up to the new video. Astonishing.
Technically Break did this before when her “Friday” follow-up “My Moment” debuted back in July—with Break’s parody version racking up over 5.6 million views with a lively 58,000 comments from Black haters and lovers. Wherever you stand on the internet’s unforgiving assault on a the girl who just wanted to be Britney, you have to admit we are all tuned in.
And for comparison, the original auto-tuned version of “Person of Interest”: