Meet Gnesa, 2012’s Answer To Rebecca Black

There will never be another Rebecca Black, the brilliant mind and voice behind “Friday,” but we may have found the next best worst pop star ever. Her name’s Gnesa, and a week ago, she uploaded her first music video to YouTube: “Wilder,” a four-minute, soon-to-be club classic that hits the sweet spot of being completely tone deaf, yet instantly unforgettable. The nasally “la la la la” refrain may not leave your brain for days, and the fact that she looks like Future Rebecca Black, mixed with a bit of Kardashian and Snooki, can only do wonders for Gnesa.

A few things:

1. I can’t believe this isn’t already a Cher song.
2. Is “Take me higher/I want to get wilder” followed by “Take me higher/I want to get wiser”? God, I hope so. For a song made up of approximately 17 words, it’s oddly tough to make out what Gnesa’s singing, what with that dime-store synth beat.
3. The plot’s overly complicated. Does the pink dress symbolize bumping with her lady friends, and the blue dress oppression? We need answers, and soon.

Welcome to the Internet, Gnesa. Here’s hoping LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA. Dammit.