To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the viral pop star Rebecca Black’s unforgettable first music offering “Friday” released at age 13, which was certified RIAA Gold earlier this week, the addicting queer artist returns with an iconic new remix featuring an array of electro-poptasm.
The remix, produced by Dylan Brady of 100 gecs, is buoyed by vocal features from the worldwide ambassador of Bounce music, Big Freedia, who expressed “yasss!” when asked to participate in the track; pop music agitator Dorian Electra, who featured Black on their 2020 release “Edgelord,” and honored her in their lyrics, “[a song that] defined an era, and changed the music industry;” alongside house party favorites 3OH!3. “Friday” remix debuts today with a nostalgic visual ode to the original, featuring all featured artists.
With the remix of what broke her into stardom, this new release shows Rebecca's appreciation for where "Friday" has brought her, while pivoting to show the world who she is now. We can't wait to continue following her incredible musical journey!