Rebecca Black is a Mexican-American singer-songwriter, internet queen, queer creator, and viral pop star from Irvine, California. Not too long ago, she released a wonderful debut album, titled, “Let Her Burn.” The project introduces Rebecca as a new kind of pop star; one the world has never seen before.
Rebecca Black – “Let Her Burn” album
‘Let Her Burn’ opens with “Erase You,” introducing a whole new side of Rebecca Black by blending pop motifs and futuristic electronic production. The album’s introductory single, “Crumbs,” sees Rebecca explore the vulnerability she’s felt in finding balance with submission, dominance, and sexuality. Instant classics like “Destroy Me” and “Misery Loves Company” see Rebecca channel deep, dark emotions into pop-driven hits for the dancefloor. Heads will turn as Rebecca seizes her sexuality on the sultry, upbeat “Doe Eyed,” the erotic anthem we never knew we needed, while Rebecca bares her soul on a ballad for the broken hearts, “Sick to My Stomach.”
Rebecca Black – “Sick To My Stomach” music video
The debut album arrives while Rebecca slays her Let Her Burn headline tour across the UK and Ireland with packed rooms and sold-out headline shows across Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, and an upcoming sold-out album release celebration in London (February 10th @ Heaven) and Bristol (February 11th @ Thekla ) – more info and tickets to shows here!
Rebecca Black – “Look At You” music video
To continue the party stateside, Rebecca Black also announced the Let Her Burn North America headline tour, which is set to kick off on May 4th at The Sinclair in Boston with shows across the US and Canada. This tour, wrapping on May 20th in her hometown of Los Angeles, follows her first US headline tour in 2022 that boasted multiple sold-out dates.
Rebecca Black – “Friday (Remix)” video featuring Dorian Electra, Big Freedia, and 3OH!3
In 2021, the 10-year anniversary of RIAA Gold “Friday” saw the release of the internet-breaking “Friday” remix with friends Dorian Electra, Big Freedia, and 3OH!3, and Rebecca Black was officially reborn as an underground pop icon. The release of her first music project, “Rebecca Black Was Here,” 10 years after her viral debut, sent fans into a frenzy, followed by high-level acknowledgments. A performance of “Girlfriend” was named Billboard’s “best musical moment” at the GLAAD Media Awards and Rebecca was honored in Variety’s ‘Power of Pride’ 2021 list, Logo30, Bustle’s Pride Yearbook, and more.
Rebecca advocates for anti-bullying, mental health, and LGBTQ+ rights via the AdCouncil, GLAAD, Best Buddies, and as an Ambassador for Planned Parenthood’s ‘Be Seen’ campaign.
Rebecca Black – “Crumbs” music video
As Rebecca enters a career-defining new era, she is poised to impact the global landscape of pop as a multi-dimensional artist. In 2022, she embarked on her sold-out debut headline tour in North America and Europe, followed by a packed DJ set at Coachella’s DoLAb and appearances at Pride festivals in Los Angeles, Chicago, and several other cities. Seamlessly bridging the underground and the mainstream with her new sound, Rebecca Black proves she’s one of the most adaptable, exciting pop artists of our time.
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