Altogether, some people are saying, this video is about as British as Madonna’s sorry excuse of an English accent.
(PRWEB) February 20, 2012
The creator and maker of the hit song "Friday," a song by Rebecca Black, has released another artist by the name Ellie Soufi. Her song "Hysterical," has already started to garner an international buzz, taking into consideration that the artist is originally from the UK. Patrice Wilson, founder of Ark Music Factory and his latest company PMW Live, created a new pandemonium where the Union Jack is incorporated in almost every scene of the video. The Union Jack incorporated on Ellie Soufi's school back, the BMW in the dance scene, on stage, on clothing and even on a pen. Patrice Wilson went further more to incorporate the "Queen of England," in this new mind-blowing video called "Hysterical." Altogether, some people are saying, this video is about as British as Madonna’s sorry excuse of an English accent.
During a interview with Patrice Wilson last week, he had mentioned that "Ellie Soufi is a natural, true talent and dedicated with humility, unlike others who get exposure through my platform and all of the sudden feel too good for everyone else." Since the explosion of "Friday," Patrice Wilson has received a lot of criticism, however he chooses to move on and keep doing what he loves doing the most, giving young artists, like Ellie Soufi a platform.
Yes, people are already comparing "Hysterical," to "Friday," being that the lyrics remain simple, the chorus, repetitive, yet still remains catchy, memorable and won't get out of our head. Patrice Wilson thinks "Hysterical" will top "Friday" he said, "I feel it's more catchy than Friday and the video is more entertaining, which the main goal is trying to create something better."
Patrice Wilson and PMW Live urges everyone to experience his newest sensation, Ellie Soufi in "Hysterical," and you can determine if it's better than "Friday."
The new home of Patrice Wilson is http://www.PMWLive.com.