NEW YORK (AP) - Unlikely viral video star Rebecca Black has
released a follow-up to her first hit, "Friday."
Black's second music video, "My Moment," debuted Monday. In
less than 24 hours, it was watched more than 1.9 million times on
YouTube. It's also streaming on her website and is available on
The video is better produced than her "Friday" video, which
amassed more than 160 million views before it was removed from
YouTube last week. Black and her team have disputed the rights of
the video with Ark Music Factory, the company Black's parents paid
$4,000 to produce it.
In "My Moment," the 14-year-old Black revels in her fame, with
shots of her on the red carpet, in the studio and basking in
newspaper headlines about her.
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