M.I.L.F.

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M.I.L.F. (also spelled M.I.L.F and MILF) is the third and final track of Week 4 and the 13th track of Friday Night Funkin' overall. It was composed by Kawai Sprite and released on the 27th of December, 2020, and its ERECT remix was composed by Six Impala.[1] It appears on Friday Night Funkin' OST, Vol. 1 and Friday Night Funkin' - The Official Soundtrack Vol. 1.

The opponent for this track is Mommy Mearest.

Unique Effects

At one point in the song, from 0:56 to 1:06, the camera uniquely zooms in on every beat instead of every bar, causing a notable "screen pulsing" effect, likely done to emphasize the intensity of the bass drop when this occurs or to make the sudden difficulty spike more noticeable.

The Henchmen have their usual dance animation slightly altered exclusively for this track due to its faster tempo.

Trivia

  • The acronym "M.I.L.F." stands for "Mother I'd Like to Fuck," a term used to describe attractive older women, typically those with children. According to Kawai Sprite, there is no other meaning for the song's title.[2]
  • In a comment made on a SiIvaGunner rip for the song, Kawai Sprite implied that M.I.L.F. was inspired by the infamous 2012 song "MTC" ("Masturbate To Cartoons") by S3RL.[3][4]
    • In a Tweet made in December of 2020, Kawai Sprite implied that the backing track and chorus of M.I.L.F. were inspired by the popular 1987 song "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley.[5][6]
  • On the 1st of March, 2021, M.I.L.F. managed to enter the United States Spotify Viral Chart at #37.[7]
    • It also reached #44 on the Billboard charts' weekly debut Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart on the 6th of April, 2021.[8]
      • Additionally, it is Kawai Sprite's second most-viewed video on his YouTube channel, only being surpassed in view count by Ugh.
  • Prior to the WeekEnd 1 update, M.I.L.F. was spelled as "MILF" in the Freeplay menu, likely due to Friday Night Funkin's lettering system not being able to support periods. It is now spelled as "M.I.L.F." in the Freeplay and Story Mode menus.
  • Originally, between 1:22 and 1:28 in the song, the notes were attributed to the incorrect characters. Boyfriend's notes lined up with Mommy Mearest's vocals and vice versa, making it appear as though they were singing each other's part instead of their own. This spanned all 3 difficulty levels. This oversight was fixed in the Week 7 update.
    • A similar situation also occurred during the previous track, High, which also got fixed in the same update.
  • M.I.L.F. ERECT was included in SiIvaGunner's MAGFest rave "ULTIMATE QUALITY ACHIEVED" under the name "M.I.L.F (ID Remix)" over a month before the remix was officially revealed in the FNF Erect Mode Sampler video.[9]
    • In the SiIvaGunner video, only Kawai Sprite is credited as the track's artist, likely to avoid spoiling Six Impala's involvement, although it is unclear if Kawai Sprite actually co-composed the remix alongside the band.
  • M.I.L.F is one of the few songs to have one of its charts modified in a way that changes its note count in the WeekEnd 1 update, in this case its Easy difficulty chart. The other songs to receive this treatment are Spookeez, Senpai and Guns.

Song

References

  1. FridayNightFunkin (March 20, 2024). "FNF Erect Mode Sampler" (1:08). From YouTube.
  2. Kawai Sprite (December 28, 2020). "M.I.L.F stands for mother id like to fuck. everyone is getting it wrong idk why". From Twitter. Archived from the original on April 13, 2021.
  3. SiIvaGunner (February 6, 2021). "M.I.L.F - Friday Night Funkin'". From Twitter.
  4. S3RL (February 13, 2012). "MTC - S3RL". From YouTube.
  5. Kawai Sprite (December 27, 2020). "never gonna milf you up". From Twitter. Archived from the original on January 1, 2022.
  6. Rick Astley (October 25, 2008). "Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up (Official Music Video)". From YouTube.
  7. Kawai Sprite (March 2, 2021). "damn son theres a song called MILF on the charts lmao". From Twitter. Archived from the original on March 9, 2022.
  8. Billboard (April 6, 2021). "Debuts on this week's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart: #18, @MAJORLAZER ft. @Sia & @Labrinth Titans #31, @jungle4eva Keep Moving #44, @kawaisprite M.I.L.F. #44, @domdolla Pump The Brakes". From Twitter.
  9. SiIvaGunner (February 3, 2024). "ULTIMATE QUALITY ACHIEVED" (24:36). From YouTube.