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Rebecca Black

Californian singer and songwriter Rebecca Black evolved from novelty sensation to a forward-thinking pop auteur in the span of a decade. She achieved overnight success in 2011 as a young teen with the viral smash "Friday," which became one of the most enduring singles of the 2010s. Attempting to distance herself from one-hit-wonder territory, she followed with more Billboard-charting tunes. In her late teens, she re-emerged with a more mature, reflective electro-pop on songs like 2016's "The Great Divide" and 2019's "Anyway." That sound carried over to her 2021 EP Rebecca Black Was Here. By 2023, her sonic reinvention was cemented when she finally released her official debut full-length, the hyperpop-heavy Let Her Burn. Born in Irvine, California, to veterinarian parents, Black took an interest in musical theater at an early age at school. In 2010, at just 13, she recorded the song "Friday" and its accompanying music video with the help of Ark Music Factory, an L.A.-based record label and production facility with a roster of aspiring pop singers. The video for the single, which celebrated hanging out with friends on the weekend, was uploaded to the Internet in February 2011 and soon went viral. The song eventually charted on Billboard's Hot 100 and became the top video of 2011 for a leading video platform. Black went on to appear on The Tonight Show, comedy website Funny or Die, and in a Katy Perry video. "Friday" was also covered that year on an episode of the musical sitcom Glee. After parting ways with Ark Music Factory, Black launched her own independent label and continued to release singles, including the streaming hit "My Moment," "Sing It," and 2013's "Saturday," a sequel to her breakthrough hit that also landed on the Hot 100. She also continued to post regular updates to her video channel, including a series of covers of artists such as Miley Cyrus and Drake. In 2016, Black returned with a more mature delivery and sophisticated electro-pop sound on the single "The Great Divide." It garnered millions of streams upon release, and a remix by English producer Crash Cove reached the Top 40 of Billboard's dance chart in 2017. A guitar-pop EP, RE/BL, was also released that year. The following year, she released collaborations with Alex Goot and Kurt Schneider ("The Middle") and Matt Bloyd ("Rewrite the Stars"), and in 2019, she delivered a handful of solo tracks, including the earnest "Anyway." Black was featured on Dorian Electra's song "Edgelord" in 2020, the same year Jam in the Van issued her four-track live session from Los Angeles. In early 2021, she self-released the solo single "Girlfriend" and celebrated the tenth anniversary of her viral hit "Friday" with a hyperpop remix featuring 3OH!3, Dorian Electra, New Orleans bounce queen Big Freedia, and producer Dylan Brady of 100 gecs. That energy carried over to her 2021 EP Rebecca Black Was Here, which foreshadowed what was to come in 2023. That year, Black finally released her official debut full-length Let Her Burn, a collection of hyperpop gems that featured production from Stint (Carly Rae Jepsen, Zara Larsson), Micah Jasper, and more.
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