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Rebecca Black

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Rebecca Black went from teenaged anonymity to national infamy in March 2011, when the video for “Friday,” her debut single, began attracting millions of viewers on YouTube. Black had recorded the song several months earlier with the help of Ark Music Factory, an L.A.-based record label and production facility with a roster of young aspiring pop singers. Ark Music Factory also shot a video for “Friday,” which was uploaded to the Internet in February 2011. After attracting less than 1,000 viewers during its first month, the video went viral on March 11, kicking off a bizarre media craze that dominated national news for weeks. By the year's end, “Friday” had firmly established itself in the pop culture lexicon inspiring numerous covers and parodies, charting on Billboard's Hot 100, and becoming YouTube's number one video of 2011. Riding the wave of attention, Black appeared on The Tonight Show, comedy website Funny or Die, and in a Katy Perry video. After breaking with Ark Music Factory, she launched her own independent label and continued to release singles like "My Moment," "Sing It," and "Saturday," a sequel song to her breakthrough hit. In August 2016, Black emerged with a new single, "The Great Divide," and hinted that the release of her debut album was on the horizon. ~ Andrew Leahey
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  2.   Friday
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  4.   The Great Divide

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