Like it or not, Rebecca Black is back.
You may love her, you may hate her (you're probably just really, really annoyed by her) but the 14-year-old "Friday" perpetrator is releasing another single. Along with a video, of course.
So what's this new tune all about?
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Black's latest offering, "My Moment," is about her life, of course, and the video will feature home footage from her greatest moments, like collecting an award from her junior high school and clips from her hosting gig at MTV's Online Music Awards.
It's being described as a "fairytale story" that happened in real life.
Even though "My Moment" borrows from Black's quotidian experience, she didn't pen the tune. It was written by Brandon "Blue" Hamilton and Quinton Tolbert.
And whether or not the teen's voice makes you cringe, she's not going away any time soon.
Black, described as a "genius" by none other than Lady Gaga herself and loved by Miley Cyrus, confirmed she is putting the finishing touches on a five-track EP, which will be available next month.
Say what you want about the girl, she only stands to skyrocket further into fame after the album is released--a whopping 167 million people viewed the "Friday" video on YouTube, eclipsing Justin Bieber's "Baby" as the most played clip ever on the video-sharing site.
The new single/video will premiere on Black's YouTube channel on July 18 at 8 p.m. PT. Fans--and haters--can buy it the next day online.
We can't wait.