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Tay Zonday From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article may contain wording that promotes the subject in a subjective manner without imparting real information. Please remove or replace such wording or find sources which back the claims. Tay Zonday Background information Birth name Adam Nyerere Bahner Born July 6, 1982 (1982-07-06) (age 26) Genre(s) Outsider music, synthpop, R&B, experimental, spoken word Occupation(s) singer, actor, announcer, musician Instrument(s) Vocals Keyboard Voice type(s) Bass Years active 2007—present Website www.tayzonday.com Adam Nyerere Bahner (born July 6, 1982), better known by the pseudonym Tay Zonday, is an American YouTube Award winning, Webby Award winning, People's Choice Award nominated musician, voice actor, film actor, and social commentator. He was an MC for YouTube Live in 2008. He entered mainstream exposure when his composition "Chocolate Rain" and accompanying video on YouTube became a popular Internet meme in July 2007. It currently counts over 34 million views. Contents [hide] 1 Media response 2 Post-Meme Career 2.1 Comedy Central "Last Laugh 07" 2.2 Dr Pepper "Cherry Chocolate Rain" 2.3 Firefox "Users Against Boredom" 2.4 Intel CES 2008 2.5 Weezer's "Pork and Beans" Music Video 2.6 NASA 50th Anniversary Multimedia Presentation 2.7 Warner Brothers "The Joey And David Show," "The Jace Hall Show" 2.8 Youtube Live 2.9 BBC Three (UK) 2.10 The Digg Reel on Revision3 3 Biography 4 Singles 5 See also 6 References 7 External links  Media response In July 2007, Zonday went from grad student in Minneapolis to appearances on national television. He appeared on the Opie & Anthony Show, G4TV's Attack of the Show!, VH1’s Best Week Ever, Lily Allen and Friends, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Maury where he performed "Chocolate Rain" on national television a little over three months after he posted his composition on YouTube. He made the front page of Sunday's Los Angeles Times on August 12, 2007 with additional features in The Toronto Star, The Chicago Tribune''s RedEye, The Star Tribune and People and has appeared on CNN for a televised interview. He also has appeared on Foxnews. On February 12, 2008, he appeared on the television show Lily Allen and Friends on BBC Three, and performed a cover of Lily Allen's debut hit "Smile". In March 2008 this popular video won a YouTube-award in the category "Music", and he was also spoofed in the South Park episode "Canada on Strike". The Australian Daily Telegraph newspaper wrote: "Tay Zonday has written perhaps the most listened to song in the world right now." People said: “He's scored a YouTube hit with his repetitive, keyboard-driven "Chocolate Rain", and after a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Tay Zonday's star is shining even brighter.” The article also noted that celebrity musicians paid tribute to the song as its popularity rapidly peaked in August 2007. Singer John Mayer reportedly mimicked Zonday's keyboard riff with his guitar in concert, along with appearing on Best Week Ever improvising a parody to the tune of Nelly Furtado's "Say It Right". Green Day drummer Tré Cool recorded a cover of "Chocolate Rain" which he posted on Youtube. Tay Zonday also became the subject of thousands of other parodies and remixes on YouTube. A clip of his video was also shown on CW11's Online Nation, a new series. Zonday has been interviewed twice on Good Morning America, in March and November 2008. A singing tip in Guitar Hero World Tour advises the player to "move away from the mic to breathe in." Zonday has also been referenced in episodes of The Office, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and 30 Rock.  Post-Meme Career  Comedy Central "Last Laugh 07" In November 2007 Zonday starred in a commercial for Comedy Central's "Last Laugh 07", hosted by Lewis Black. In it, he sings lyrics of celebrity gossip to "Chocolate Rain."  Dr Pepper "Cherry Chocolate Rain" On November 28, 2007, Zonday released a brand new video titled "Cherry Chocolate Rain", which is, in his words, "a music video to celebrate Dr Pepper's new Cherry Chocolate beverage".  Firefox "Users Against Boredom" In December 2007, Zonday starred alongside Leslie Hall in a commercial for Firefox. Together with a crowd of extras, they sang a song entitled "Users Against Boredom" in a parody of We Are The World.  Intel CES 2008 At the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show, Zonday appeared in-person at Intel's booth, rendering the source files of the "Chocolate Rain" Youtube video in Sony Vegas. The message was that Chocolate Rain had been rendered on Intel processors, which could bring the power of worldwide stardom to consumers' living rooms.  Weezer's "Pork and Beans" Music Video Zonday appeared in the May 2008 video for rock band Weezer's single "Pork and Beans" along with other YouTube celebrities spoofing his appearance in "Chocolate Rain"; as well, he performed an acoustic version of the song with Brian Bell of Weezer.   NASA 50th Anniversary Multimedia Presentation Collaborating with NASA's web development team, Zonday voiced part of a multimedia presentation built to celebrate 50 years of NASA history.  Warner Brothers "The Joey And David Show," "The Jace Hall Show" In October 2007 and May 2008 respectively, Zonday worked on two Warner Brothers projects. For the "Joey and David Show," he re-enacted the making of "Chocolate Rain" in the aesthetic style of a major celebrity event. For the "Jace Hall Show," he was comically interviewed at a famous Hollywood restaurant in a play on the dissonance between internet-fame and the traditional entertainment industry.  Youtube
Live In November 2008, Zonday emceed the YouTube Live event alongside other prominent YouTubers.  BBC Three (UK) Zonday also appeared on the Lily Allen and Friends show, where he sang one of Lily's records whilst playing the keyboard.  The Digg Reel on Revision3 Tay Zonday has been referenced on the Revision3 show The Digg Reel twice, in Episode 50: "The Big 50th Party Episode with Death and Dolphins!", and Episode 54: "The Smartest Videos on the Planet!".  Biography Tay Zonday, who is of European and African descent, was a graduate student in American Studies at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2007 when he first came to attention. When asked about his racial identity he remarked: “ The straight-faced answer is that I'm Martian. They don't have a box for me on the census form. I'm the write-in candidate that the government leaves no space for when you have to choose your race. Seriously, is race something you choose? The whole point is that I don't choose it. It is somebody else's shortcut to my soul. So journalists ask "what's your background?" like I'm supposed to retell someone else's story about me as though it's a fact of who I am and where I come from. As long as I talk about myself in fiction that someone else wrote, I might as well write my own fiction: I'm from Mars. Most believe the story that I'm a black mulatto. ” He attended the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy between 1997 and 1998, leaving after his sophomore year. He then went on to earn his undergraduate degree at The Evergreen State College. He has said that growing up, his parents did not allow him to listen to popular music. When music downloading services such as Napster came around, he began to secretly build a small collection of popular music. Tay makes many references in interviews as to how much he loves his parents; despite the fact that many of his songs are dedicated to them, he describes himself as a "musical orphan", having no influences and not feeling particularly connected to any musicians or bands. Tay says his voice is often compared to Paul Robeson, Barry White, James Earl Jones, and Brad Roberts of the Crash Test Dummies. According to his twitter page, Zonday presently resides in Los Angeles, CA.  Singles The original "Chocolate Rain" video on YouTube where Tay Zonday (age 24 then) used his real voice.Zonday's best known single is "Chocolate Rain", released on YouTube on April 22, 2007.  Tay Zonday said, I'm pretty sure the "Chocolate Rain" attention started as a joke at 4chan.org, an image board that is credited with starting lots of popular Internet phenomena. It spread to a general audience and people started uploading spoofs. I don't know what causes people to listen to my music. If I could speak it, there would be no reason to write songs. Other releases via YouTube, his website, and his MySpace include "Internet Dream", "Explode", "The Only Way", "Demons on the Dance Floor", "Do the Can't Dance", "Say No to Nightmares", "Cherry Chocolate Rain" and "Freeloader Nation". He has also performed covers of "Rainbow Connection", "Never Gonna Give You Up", and "Edelweiss" which were removed from YouTube when the artist chose to focus on original material.  See also List of YouTube celebrities  References ^ Ryan, Joal (August 9, 2007). "The "Chocolate" Reign of Tay Zonday". E! Online. http://www.eonline.com/uberblog/b55872_The__amp_quot_Chocolate_amp_quot__Reign_of_Tay_Zonday_.html. Retrieved on 2008-11-24. ^ YouTube - "Chocolate Rain" Original Song by Tay Zonday ^ Minneapolis City Pages: Rain Man ^ YouTube: Tay Zonday on the Opie & Anthony Show ^ YouTube: Chocolate Rain on Best Week Ever ^ YouTube: Tay Zonday On Jimmy Kimmel ^ a b c Orloff, Brian (August 9, 2007). "[http:www.people.com/people/article/0,,20050678,00.html 'Chocolate Rain' YouTube Sensation Makes TV Debut]". People (Time Inc.). http:www.people.com/people/article/0,,20050678,00.html. Retrieved on 2007-08-09. ^ Music: 'Chocolate Rain' falls on YouTube star's hometown ^ CNN.com - Transcripts ^ Montgomery, Garth (August 1, 2007). "Chocolate Rain goes huge". Daily Telegraph (News Limited.). http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,22170787-5012327,00.html. Retrieved on 2007-08-09. ^ Keiper, Nicole (August 4, 2007), "Concert Review: John Mayer brings soul to Nashville", The Tennessean, http://www.ashlandcitytimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070804/ENTERTAINMENT0106/70804002 ^ MTV News Staff (August 6, 2007), "Jennifer Lopez And Marc Anthony Roll Out Tour Dates; Plus Lindsay Lohan, Gwen Stefani, Nas, Amy Winehouse & More, In For The Record", MTV News, http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1566402/20070806/lopez_jennifer.jhtml ^ John Mayer on Best Week Ever ^ Cashmere, Tim (August 3, 2007). "Green Day Drummer Tre Cool Covers Tay Zonday". Undercover. http://undercover.com.au/News-Story.aspx?id=2560. Retrieved on 2007-08-09. ^ YouTube - Chocolate Rain Sung By McGruff The Crime Dog ^ YouTube - Broadcast Yourself ^ YouTube - Chocolate Rain McDonald's Spot / Tay Zonday ^ "Tay Zonday". IBDB. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2747938/. Retrieved on 2009-01-12. ^ funnyguy1375 (2007-11-15). "Last Laugh 07 Chocolate Rain - Tay Zonday". YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STbQFlYaewM. Retrieved on 2009-01-12. ^ YouTube - "Cherry Chocolate Rain" Original Song by Tay Zonday ^ Riley, Duncan (2008-01-07). "Exclusive: Mozilla Secretly Launches A Viral Campaign For Firefox". Techcrunch.com. http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/01/07/exclusive-mozilla-secretly-launches-a-viral-campaign-for-firefox/. Retrieved on 2009-01-12. ^ channelintel (2008-01-07). "Chocolate Rain at CES". YouTube.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFbI7POX8Wg. Retrieved on 2009-01-12. ^ YouTube - Pork & Beans Acoustic - Tay Zonday and Brian Bell ^ "50th Anniversary of NASA". Nasa.gov. http://www.nasa.gov/externalflash/50th/index.html. Retrieved on 2009-01-12. ^ Video: The Jace Hall Show with Tay Zonday, Gearbox (2008-06-27). "Video: The Jace Hall Show with Tay Zonday, Gearbox". GameArgus.com. http://www.gameargus.com/2008/06/27/video-the-jace-hall-show-with-tay-zonday-gearbox/. Retrieved on 2009-01-12. ^ a b "Make It Rain: Tay Zonday". HHNLiv. 2007-07-30. http://www.hhnlive.com/features/more/322. Retrieved on 2008-01-19. ^ HHNLive.com - Features - Make It Rain: Tay Zonday ^ Mathew Ingram (2007-08-15). "Who is Tay Zonday?". The Globe and Mail. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20070815.WBmingram20070815141502/WBStory/WBmingram/. Retrieved on 2008-01-19. ^ MySpace.com - Tay Zonday - Minneapolis, Minnesota - Pop / Acoustique / Folk - www.myspace.com/tayzonday  External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Tay Zonday Official site Tay Zonday's Facebook Tay Zonday at MySpace Tay Zonday's YouTube channel Vin Forte interviews Tay Zonday Interview with Tay Zonday, Feb. 6, 2008 Interview with Tay Zonday on the Feast of Fools (podcast) The Transendient Issue #1: Interview with Tayzonday on Bucket Bros. Interview with Tay Zonday on the Mahalo Daily Podcast [hide]v • d • eInternet memes Internet phenomena AACS encryption key controversy · Anonymous · Badger Badger Badger · Crazy Frog · Dramatic Chipmunk · Every time you masturbate... God kills a kitten · Exploding whale · Hampster Dance · Lolcat · Rose the goat · Tyson · Dancing baby · Loituma Girl · Peanut Butter Jelly Time · Ultimate Showdown · Goodtimes virus · The Blair Witch Project · Cloverfield · Snakes on a Plane · 300 · 300-page iPhone bill · Downfall · All your base are belong to us · Leeroy Jenkins · Line Rider · I Love Bees · Bert is Evil · Goatse.cx · Little Fatty · Lootie · O RLY? · The Saugeen Stripper · Canon Rock · Hannes Coetzee · Here It Goes Again · Hurra Torpedo · Lemon Demon · Tunak Tunak Tun · Ask a Ninja · Chocolate Rain · Coke and Mentos · Don't Tase Me, Bro! · Evolution of Dance · Impossible Is Nothing · Ken Lee · The Last Lecture · Little Superstar · Music Is My Hot, Hot Sex · Numa Numa · Caramelldansen · Rickroll · Prison Thriller · 2 Girls 1 Cup · Chuck Norris Facts · Troll · Zidane headbutt · Flying Spaghetti Monster · Free Hugs Campaign · Will It Blend? · Hot or Not Internet celebrities Angry German Kid · Back Dorm Boys · Bill Gates e-mail · Bus Uncle · Carmen Winstead/Jessica Smith e-mail · Chris Crocker · Cookie recipe e-mail · Cory Kennedy · Douglas Darien Walker · Dancing Matt · David Motari · Dog poop girl · Honglaowai · iJustine · lonelygirl15 · Magibon · Mahir Çağrı · Gary Brolsma (Numa Numa guy) · Randy Constan · Sarah Austin · Star Wars Kid · Tourist Guy · Hugh Atkin Media 2channel · 4chan · Albino Blacksheep · eBaum's World · Encyclopedia Dramatica · Facebook · Fark · Forums · Homestar Runner · JibJab · MySpace · Newgrounds · Real Ultimate Power · Second Life · Something Awful · Weebl's Stuff · YouTube · YTMND · Motivational posters (Despair.com) · Wikipedia · Google · Yahoo! · Digg · Break.com · LiveLeak Concepts Computer prank · Meme · Usenet · Phishing · Spam · Urban Legends · Virus hoaxes · Web 2.0 · Emoticon · YouTube Awards · Cyber-bullying · Music download · Online chat · Cam whore · Flamebait · Image macro · YouTube celebrities Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan (Chad Vader) · Amanda Baggs · Amber Lee Ettinger · Andy McKee · Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox · Ben Going · Brandon Hardesty · Brooke Brodack · Caitlin Hill · Charice Pempengco · Charlie McDonnell · Christine Gambito · John Green · Douglas Sarine and Kent Nichols · Esmée Denters · Jay Maynard · Jeong-Hyun Lim · Luke Barats and Joe Bereta · Kevin Nalts · Kevin Wu · Kim Evey · The Laughing Baby · Lasse Gjertsen · Liam Kyle Sullivan · Lisa Donovan · Lucas Cruikshank (Fred) · Marié Digby · Marina Orlova · Melody Oliveria · Mia Rose · Michael Buckley · Neil Cicierega · Noah Kalina · Pat Condell · Peter Oakley · Philip DeFranco · Ryan Higa · Stevie Ryan · Taryn Southern · Tay Zonday · Terra Naomi · Tom Dickson · VenetianPrincess · William Sledd · Ysabella Brave · Tony Coburn Usenet personalities Alexander Abian · Scott Abraham · Serdar Argic · David D'Amato · Valery Fabrikant · Hipcrime · MI5Victim · Archimedes Plutonium · Jack Sarfatti · B1FF · Gharlane of Eddore · The Internet Oracle · Kibo · Mark V Shaney · James Nicoll · Publius · Tilman Hausherr Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tay_Zonday" Categories: 1982 births | Living people | African American singer-songwriters | American Internet personalities | American male singers | Internet memes | Musicians from Minnesota | Outsider music | People from Minneapolis, Minnesota | People of mixed Black African-European ethnicity | YouTube video producers
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