Rebecca Black is an American singer and musician who gained widespread media coverage when the music video of her latest single ” Fridays” went viral on YouTube and various other web sites. ” Fridays” was dismissed by a number of music critics and audience members, who dubbed it a “clop rock song”. However, Rebecca Black’s music has been embraced by audiences worldwide, with songs hitting the #1 spot on the iTunes chart in the US. It has also reached number one on the chart for the week of December 31st, the biggest feat any track has achieved since the chart’s introduction. The single has additionally been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) due to its mainstream appeal and consistent high sales. In this article, we will take a closer look at Rebecca Black’s music career.
Rebecca Black grew up in the small town of Harlem in the United States, and like many of her peers, she was extremely close to her father who was a religious speaker. Her childhood years were filled with musical fun and pleasure, as her friends played musical tunes on the streets, and her mother would sing at family gatherings. The single “Fridays” was the result of a simple musical idea that the singer had developed while watching her friends enjoy themselves in a popular music video. In this fun music video, the singer can be seen wearing an eye catching pink hair braid, and she is sitting on a couch with her friends having fun with a bottle of soda.
Rebecca Black Measurements
|24 in / 61 cm
|33 in / 86 cm
|5 ft 9 in / 174 cm
|126 lb / 57 kg
In the “Fridays” music video, Rebecca Black can be seen dressed in a denim skirt, a shirt that is emblazoned with a large, cartoon-like character, and a fun handbag. In the accompanying picture, Rebecca is leaning against a counter with a can of soda in her hands. The theme of the video is that Rebecca Black loves pop culture, and she wants her followers to know about it so that they will become fans as well. The video was a huge hit, and Rebecca Black has since become a well sought out celebrity with her numerous music videos to her credit. It is safe to say that anyone who watched this music video experienced a happy, lighthearted moment, and it seems as though Rebecca Black loves showing off her sense of humor, as she makes light of serious situations as well.
In the second week of May, Rebecca Black made a guest appearance in an episode of “Degrassi” on MTV. In this video, she is seen sitting behind a motorcycle, surrounded by various bikers, as she performs songs from her latest album, “Paparazzi”. For those who don’t know, “Paparazzi” was actually the first album to be produced by Ark Music Factory, a company owned by producer Scott Storch and former Ark Records label head Mike Ward.
One can say that “Paparazzi” was a huge success for both the label and Rebecca Black, because the single “Chantilly Love” from the album reached number one on the charts, and it also led to the single” Friday”, which went gold. Of course, this was just the beginning of the great divide between Rebecca Black and her campmates. The “Chantilly Love” single featured on “Chants”, which was a single released in August, and” Friday” was definitely one of the biggest hits of the year.
The next song Rebecca Black performed on “Chants” was a duet with former boyfriend J.J. Simpson on “Rebecca Black Loves You”. This was a duet that were notable for Rebecca Black’s voice, as well as for the fact that it was the first time that a pop singer (Rebecca Black) was performing with a big-time country star (the first was Merle Ginsberg on “Take Me Out to the Garden”), but it also marked a turning point for Rebecca Black as a pop singer. Her fame would only grow in the coming years.