Teen music sensation Rebecca Black is all smiles on the cover of her new single, My Moment.
In the photo, the 13-year-old keeps things simple as she poses in a denim jacket with her hair tied into a plait against a black backdrop. Just days ago Black uploaded the snap to Twitter saying:
“new Twitter picture! it’s the cover art for my new single.”
Slated to hit the web sometime today, Black’s new song will tell the fairy-tale-like story of her rapid rise to stardom, which began when Friday, Rebecca’s first song, went viral on Youtube.
Most people are by now aware of the fact that Friday – a song that Black’s mother paid a reported $4,000 to have produced – achieved its legendary status for the wrong reasons – critics call it the “worst song ever” – but few are aware of its singer’s true aspirations and dedication to music.
“I’m not going to be just a one hit wonder. This is what I have wanted to do all my life and what I plan to do for my future. I’m determined and I don’t think people realize how hard I’ve worked for all of this to happen. I’m not going to let the haters stop me. I want to show everyone, I’m serious,” says Rebecca, who is currently working on a 5-track debut EP which is scheduled to released later this August.
According to Rebecca, My Moment will be first released on her official website and Youtube channel, and will then be availiable for purchase on iTunes and other online music stores on July 19th.
If by some odd chance you’ve never experienced the sheer awesomeness of Black’s Friday, you can check it out below: