Jamaican singer/rapper/songwriter Mark Smith aka DJ Lantan is one of the many auditioners on Must Be The Music, a British singing competition that airs on SKY1. With his rather repetitive dance song, Facebook Love, he tries to woo the celebrity jury with his talent.
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David Ippolito, better known to countless tourists and New Yorkers as That Guitar Man from Central Park, has recently debuted “The Facebook Song”. Subtitled “What the f%#k is FarmVille!?”, the NYC-based singer-songwriter brings up all the mundane things that people tend to share on the social network, only to conclude with the very catchy chorus that “Facebook is a stupid idiot”
The average person on Facebook has 130 friends, but most of them aren’t really friends at all. This theory is what Rosa Salazar, a 24-year-old comedian from Brooklyn, will be investigating in a video campaign promoting Microsoft’s Kin phone. The Kin is a touch-screen mobile device for “people who are actively navigating their social lives.”
For a series known for its absurd pop-cultural references, it took South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone surprisingly long to deal with the omnipresence of Facebook. To make for that, they dedicated an entire episode to the site. In episode 1404 of season 14, which is called “You have 0 friends” and aired on April 7th 2010, Stan Marsh finds himself forced to maintain his Facebook profile and eventually sucked into the “stupid social network”, Tron-style.
Parents on Facebook are such a widespread PITA it served as a source of inspiration for yet another song titled “My mom’s on Facebook”, following The Outside Joke’s pop song from a few months ago. This second version comes from an LA-based comedy group going by the name of Back of the Class and recorded an over the top hair metal anthem about the dreaded subject.
Submitted as an entry for a local parody music video contest, Facebook State of Mind takes the Jay-Z and Alicia Keys song to a whole new level. Unlike Empire State of Mind’s love declaration to New York City, this Facebook version of the song, written by Alexander Miller and Justin Lang, pays tribute to everyone’s favorite social networking site of the moment.
We have a weak spot for marketing campaigns that connect to your Facebook account and integrate your content into their creatives. Earlier this week we mentioned the Death Star Superlaser application by adidas, and today’s example, coming from no other than Facebook’s older rival MySpace, amazed us even more!