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The young singer is the most popular Twitter trending topic of the year to date, beating out Bieber, Lady Gaga and Charlie Sheen.
BLACK IS BACK
Internet Sensation Rebecca Black Returns with Follow-up to Viral Smash “Friday”
Here she comes again.

Rebecca Black, the 14-year-old singer whose music video for "Friday" catapulted her to international fame earlier this year, announced today that she will release a new video and follow-up single, "My Moment," on July 18 at 8 p.m. PT on her YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/rebecca, as well as on her website, www.RebeccaBlackOnline.com

The new single will be available beginning Tuesday, July 19 on iTunes and other online retailers.

The "My Moment" video features footage from a variety of real-life events, including Rebecca receiving an award at her junior high school, her attendance at movie premieres and her recent hosting slot at MTV's Online Music Awards.

Black is putting the finishing touches on a five-track EP which will be available in August.

Black’s "Friday" outpaced the most played YouTube video of all time, Justin Bieber's "Baby," and the young singer is the most popular Twitter trending topic of the year to date, beating out Bieber, Lady Gaga and Charlie Sheen.

In a just a few short months Rebecca has appeared on The Tonight Show, Good Morning America and Nightline, made the cover of USA Today and appeared in countless magazines and newspaper articles. She played a co-starring role in Katy Perry's "Last Friday Night" music video, and gained enthusiastic support from such famous fans as Jonas Brothers, Simon Cowell and Lady Gaga, who declared "Rebecca Black is a genius!" in front of a crowd at Google headquarters. 

More than 167 million people have viewed her "Friday" video on YouTube.

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