Composer Rick Astley is trending on Twitter once again recently after a cool 4K version of his smash-hit on social media “Never Gonna Give You Up”. Here is the full update about Rick Astley 4k Remastered Version.
The 55-year-old English singer-songwriter has re-owned a legendary status in the pop culture industry due to the viral phenomenon of “Rickrolling”.
Rick Astley 4k Remastered Version Viral On Social Media
Rickrolling is currently one of the most prominent trends that trending online and has even become a meme. The prank entices viewers to click on a hyperlink that leads them to a video of Astley’s infectious evergreen track, “Never Gonna Give You Up.”
Astley started viral as a YouTuber uploaded a 4K remastered version of the 80s hit song. The internet was thrilled with this video.
4K Rick Astley is crisper than McDonalds Sprite. IT LOOKS SO GOOD!!!pic.twitter.com/UQImEre8c7Advertisement
— Sir Pauer (@SirPauer) February 18, 2021
I freakin’ love Twitter. I was so down when I logged in and almost immediately saw that Rick Astley was trending, which scared the crap out of me. I clicked on it and got remastered amazingly wonderfully strange Rick Astley doing what Rick Astley does best. I don’t even mind 🙂 https://t.co/eDIIHODjtr
— @T1nA_ (@T1na_) February 18, 2021
Welcome to the future, @rickastley.
Remastered. 4K. 60 FPS.
— RAPH ラフ (@MyNameIsRaph) February 18, 2021
Many Rick Astley fans took to Twitter to revisit his new, new look, as he fancied it once again.
Post its viral revival from 2008 onwards. Rickrolling memes have become a canon in today’s digital age of social media and cyber prank. Astley’s video has acquired cult status.
Holy shit guys,
High quality Rick Astley pic.twitter.com/Vu50wHH0sX
— Aqua The Boomer (@NautaBoomer) February 17, 2021
The 4K 60FPS version of Rick Astley’s Never gonna give you up is amazing. This was my favorite song when I was 7 years old. I watched the video on TBS – Night Tracks all of the time. @rickastley is amazing. I never got Rick Rolled. I always got nostalgia. pic.twitter.com/8vSUvh5CCd
— Derek Ross (@derekmross) February 18, 2021
Here are some reactions online, most of which fans have collected a set of mentioned memories centred around the act of being recoloured:
Rickrolling fever takes over Twitter, like Rick Astley trends online in 4K
when i saw rick astley trending i thought something bad happened, instead it’s just twitter rickrolling itself in 4k pic.twitter.com/d25dpaZNtI
— infinity (@infinity_mcyt) February 18, 2021
Vote for Rick Astley… pic.twitter.com/KdhLDcA3Ft
— Matthew Alan Mullins (@MatthewAMullins) February 18, 2021
— YouMightHaveEDSif (@EDSandUS) February 18, 2021
therapist: 60fps 4k rick astley isn’t real, he can’t hurt you
60fps 4k rick astley:pic.twitter.com/UoNHaPUrAL
— jin 🍓🐰 (@ddalgitokki29) February 18, 2021
Rick Astley at 60fps in 4K is the gift that keeps on giving. pic.twitter.com/NMiGxKNkvc
— Exodus de Alexandria (@ExodusdA) February 18, 2021
I hope Rick Astley knows that we all love him and appreciate his existence 💖 pic.twitter.com/GBWZfmBp2y
— defrosted beans™️ (@thiccybarnes) February 18, 2021
twitter has rick astley trending today is going to be a good day pic.twitter.com/g39NJuIq5v
— masterissak (@IssakT_) February 18, 2021
Why does the Rick Astley 4k vid look so freaking crispy, its actually insane pic.twitter.com/gjhM2xKkvY
— honest tweets (@honesttweets25) February 18, 2021
With fans singing on the remastered version of Astley’s song, it goes on to show the kind of impact that the track commanded more than three decades after its release.
Astley continues in online spaces as the Recalling Meme continues to develop in a sense for a digital audience.