The studio that brought you "Friday," "Chinese Food" and "It's Thanksgiving" is about to get bilingual with its newest venture.
Such is the video for "Get in My Car," the new music video/song/best birthday ever from 10-year-old Grace Liu that's produced by Patrice Wilson, the man behind Rebecca Black, Alison Gold and more viral videos that, more recently, fall under his Pato Music World banner.
The song itself features Liu singing mostly in Chinese on the verses -- even though, as Buzzfeed points out, the lyrics are actually oftentimes gibberish. However, it's all English for the chorus, which features Liu driving the aforementioned car the listener should get into -- you know, normal 10-year-old and behavior and all. The car flies, too -- while Liu sings adds a few notes of "chitty chitty bang bang," referencing the film of the name name involving a flying car. Homegirl knows her classic cinema!
As with most songs from PMW, "Get in My Car" is fairly straightforward pop with synthpop undertones
Along the way, Liu and her friends, who all seem incredibly chill about underage driving, go on the quickest around-the-globe road trip one can in a three-minute video, visiting the Great Wall of China, the pyramids and more.
But of course, a Patrice Wilson-helmed video would be nothing -- nothing! -- without Wilson dropping by for a quick rap verse, switching off with collaborator Tom Chou.
The video ends with Wilson and Chou racing down the streets of Las Vegas , but not before the car begins driving down the world's least occupied freeway with other children running beside it, because apparently this is what the youths do these days for fun.
Should it gain more traction, "Get in My Car" could follow in the footsteps of Wilson's "Chinese Food," starring Alison Gold, which shot to No. 29 on the Hot 100 last year on the strength of its viral music video.