Music Video Takes Over Your Browser To Show How Things Go Viral Online

Music Video Takes Over Your Browser To Show How Things Go Viral Online

Yung Jake's "" uses multiple windows to illustrate how we view and share content on the internet.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 april 2012

Rapper Yung Jake has released a meta music video called “” in which he sings about and illustrates how things go viral on the web. The self-referential video takes over your browser with lots of different windows and pop-ups as it follows the process of viewing, tweeting, sharing and blogging about the song. This leads to it becoming a massive hit and appearing on lots of different sites that fill the screen until the rapper is everywhere.

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