Remember Rebecca Black? Well It’s Friday And She’s Released New Track

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Rebecca Black, star of the 2011 viral banger Friday, has grown up and moved on from her obsession with pretending to drive around in a car on the weekend.

Ever wonder what she’s upto these days? No? Well I’m not going to lie, I still wonder sometimes whether she managed to make the tricky decision of whether to ‘kick it’ in the front seat or the back seat.

Well, the singer – who was thrust to fame when she was just 14 – has now at the age of 19 released a new single called ‘The Great Divide’.

The track was released today – Friday, her number one most favouritest day ever – and she has made it available via Apple Music if for some reason you want to hear it.

And it seems the happy-go-lucky teen’s spirits have been dampened slightly by some heartbreak in the last few years. Damn whoever corrupted her care-free soul…

The second verse of the new break-up tune is:

Good luck when you wake up
And realize all that you lost
Shiny lies are what you’re made of
I hope it’s worth the price that it cost

And if this tweet is anything to go by, these days Rebecca Black can’t stop thinking about tatttooooooooooos (I think she means tattoos).

Obviously I’m pretty disappointed that Black didn’t make the full hat-trick of weekend anthems after publishing her second single ‘Saturday’ in 2013 – we can only dream of what ‘Sunday’ would sound like, probably rough as fuck with a looming sense of dread.

And on that note, what day is it tomorrow? That’s right, it’s motherfucking Saturday:

It’s still all about Friday to be honest: “Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah), Partyin’, partyin’ (Yeah)”. That shit is timeless…