Alison Gold Shush Up Music Video: Chinese Food Singer and Rebecca Black Wannabe Releases New Single [WATCH]
Yesterday, "patomuzic" released a new video called on YouTube called Shush Up. The music video features Alison Gold, whose previous songs include "Chinese Food" and "ABCDEFG." The video begins with the 11 year old being arrested at gunpoint by police and sentenced to the electric chair while a crowd of people watches from the shadows on the other side of the glass. When asked for last words before the switch is pulled, the singer proclaims that "Gold is the new black."
The video features the pre-teen Gold dancing in a prison cell in a gold crop top, platform boots, makeup and glitter along with a chorus of background dancers in masks, singing the refrain "you crank it or shh." Later, she is pushed in a hospital bed wearing large fake eyelashes and lip gloss while singing lines like "don't even bother trying to see" and "you guarantee me, I'm so free." Later on Gold performs a choreographed dance in a junkyard with half-naked construction workers, all the while singing "crank it or shush up."
One day after being released, the video has drawn hundreds of YouTube comments, ranging from laudatory to outright acerbic. On Alison Gold's Twitter, @AlisonGoldmusic, it says that "Alison Gold is an 11 year old American singer, actress and dancer. She was born on May 9, 2002 in Fairfax, VA. She got discovered by Patrice Wilson in 2012." At one point, Patrice Wilson, who goes by the stage name Pato, appears in the music video as an inmate.
The group is behind the release of the infamous Rebecca Black song "Friday" as well as several others including "The Happy Song" and "It's Thanksgiving." The song "Chinese Food" was the solo debut of Alison Gold and received over 3,000,000 views in 24 hours. It ultimately sold 1,000 downloads and reached Billboard Hot 100 at the 29th spot and was streamed over 5,000,000 times although it had not been played on any radio Stations in the United States.
See the video here: