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What parents need to know
Parents need to know that Black's first single "Friday" was a YouTube sensation, a cringe-worthy song that catapulted the unknown singer into stardom and public ridicule. Her second single, however, responds to those critics with improved vocals and a positive message about living in the moment and being resilient. The song is free of any iffy content.
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What's the story?
Back to defy her many critics, Rebecca Black responds to the backlash surrounding her hit "Friday" with a more polished single, "MY MOMENT," with a clear message: This is my moment, and like it or not, I'm gonna enjoy it. The video shows Black livin' the dream, equipped with her own background dancers, a model makeover, and a limo ride with Mom.
Is it any good?
Black's "Friday" was an accidental success -- it was so bad that people couldn't stop watching. That said, the 14-year-old deserves major kudos for keeping her smile and standing up in the face of so much criticism. "My Moment" shows Black isn't finished with her fifteen minutes of fame, touting, "Your life is in your hands, so take it as far as you can." The vocals are a modest improvement, thanks to the wizardry of a music studio, while the video reveals that there is some personality and spunk behind those thick bangs.