Nicole Westbrook’s ‘It’s Thanksgiving’ Is A Feast For The Ears

Fri, November 9, 2012 1:19pm EST by 3 Comments
Nicole Westbrook It's Thanksgiving
Courtesy of Patrice Wilson

After watching Nicole’s festive video, you’ll be repeating her lyrics right back at her: ‘Thank you, thank you, thank you!’

Patrice Wilson, the brilliant writer/producer behind Rebecca Black‘s viral hit “Friday,” is at it again — and this time, he’s appealing to the fat stoner inside us all. “It’s Thanksgiving,” the new jam performed by Nicole Westbrook,  pays tribute to the most delicious holiday of all. And the interwebs are already eating it up!

Several of Patrice’s trademark moves can be found in both the video and the song itself. Not only does Nicole share Rebecca’s obsession with crossing off dates on a calendar, but she also employs Becky’s excessive use of the word “we.” (Example: “It’s Thanksgiving / We we we are gonna have a good time.”)

And just like in Rebecca’s “Friday,” Patrice makes a cameo in the “It’s Thanksgiving” video to spit a few rhymes. Then he appears again in a turkey costume to party with all the kids. In fact, he seems to spend pretty much every holiday at Nicole’s house — but there are never any parents around.

But enough talk. Gather your family ’round the computer and watch the masterpiece:

— Andy Swift

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Posted at 9:49 AM on January 12, 2013  

I LOVE that song and I love you Nicole Westbrook please respond to this.

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Posted at 1:31 PM on November 11, 2012  

This is by far the best song I’ve heard all year. Good job, Patrice Wilson!

I can tell that the girl wrote the rap, too. It sounded so natural.

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Hope Ferguson

Posted at 1:57 AM on November 11, 2012  

Please tell me that the use of the words “brilliant” and “masterpiece” were satire. Please.

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