You didn’t ask for it but here it is: ‘Get in My Car’ is the most recent brainchild coming out of the studio that brought us ‘Friday‘, ‘It’s Thanksgiving‘ and, of course, ‘I love Chinese Food‘. It’s something.
Ten-year-old Grace Liu is the latest tween to collaborate with Ark Music Factory, an LA-based company that turns (possibly) semi-talented pre-teen girls with wealthy parents and dreams of stardom into viral YouTube sensations.
Liu, introduced in the video as “China Girl”, was born in Las Vegas and grew up in Los Angeles, according to her Youku account. Her song, ‘Get in My Car’ details the story of a girl and her flying car and features lyrics in Putonghua with some dance sequences in front of a green-screened Great Wall of China.
Of course, it wouldn’t be an Ark Music Factory hit if producer Patrice Wilson didn’t make a baffling rap cameo while dressed in a fur jacket, looking completely out of place among a group of dancing 10-year-olds.
Don’t even get me started on what the fuck is happening in the first 15 seconds because frankly these are the kind of mad ramblings that warrant an emergency plane landing.