Rebecca Black marks ten years of “Friday” with amped-up remix

Featuring 3OH!3, Big Freedia and Dorian Electra.

Remember Rebecca Black’s “Friday”? Well, the song turned ten years old yesterday—and the now-23-year-old has dropped a remix to commemorate the anniversary.

To revamp the viral classic, Black recruited noughties pop staples 3OH!3, bounce icon Big Freedia and contemporary electro pop artist Dorian Electra. With the help of 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady, they turn out an amped-up rework with a pumping beat and thorough distortion on Black’s voice as she delivers the memorably nonsensical lyrics—plus new verses from all the special guests.

The remix arrived with a zany video that takes the original, hilariously awkward viral clip and turns it up to 11. Black’s still in a car, but she’s in the driver’s seat, surrounded by the ragetoons that populated memes in the internet of the 2000s and street racing against Dorian Electra.

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Black continued to make music after “Friday,” and collaborated with Dorian Electra last year on their song “Edgelord.” The remix is her second release of the year following the track “Girlfriend,” which she dropped in January.

Check out the “Friday” remix video here:

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