YouTube Channel Sketch Juice Gives Pharrell Williams a Reason to be "Unhappy" with Parody Music Video
Los Angeles, CA, May 05, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sketch Juice is giving Pharrell fans an opportunity to take a break from being "Happy." The entertainment company has released “Unhappy,” a music video that spoofs Pharrell Williams' well known song. The video was released on April 31 and can be found on their YouTube channel here: http://youtu.be/miQ06yO6QTI
“Unhappy” parodies the widely popular Pharrell Williams' song "Happy." The video follows the antics of Sketch Juice members Gregory Blanche and Y.J. Gold as they set about making everyone in Los Angeles unhappy, particularly among them Phorreal Willyums, who is voiced by The X-Factor's Robert Cruz.
The music video is directed by DuNo Tran. Tran is no stranger to music videos. He has previously directed videos for famed freestyle MC Jin and YouTube sensation Joseph Vincent as well as another successful music video parody of Drake's Find Your Love entitled Find My Muffin.
"Sometimes people aren't always going to be happy, and for that, we've got just the thing for them. But in a fun way of course," says Y.J. Gold.
Since launching in January, Sketch Juice has gained a loyal following. They create funny, high quality content for the web released every Wednesday. For more information, please visit www.sketchjuice.com.