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23-year-old singer, songwriter and queer creator Rebecca Black has unveiled her sophomore EP, Rebecca Black Was Here.
Tackling her own personal insecurities, love, heartbreak and her queer identity, the EP arrives with three new tracks that together create a strong and sonically diverse release from the pop singer. Featuring the singles Girlfriend, Personal and Worth It For The Feeling, the project arrives on the tenth anniversary of the singers viral hit, Friday.
Speaking of the project, Black shares: "Not only does it feel like such an incredible emotional release to have what I’ve been working on for the past year and a half out in the world, now is the first time I feel like I’ve proved to myself I can really do this. I have spent the past 10 years constantly questioning myself and asking myself if I was really able to ever overcome my own insecurities. Now looking at this project completely finished, I couldn’t be more proud of what I have been able to create with some of the most talented and kind team I’ve known. Truth is, I couldn’t have made this project without having experienced what I have in my past, and I am finally able to celebrate that for myself."
Rebecca Black Was Here is out now! Listen to the release below.