Rebecca Black and Slayyyter goes for a brand new stunning single “Read My Mind” featured along with an official music video
The new single “Read My Mind” from Rebecca Black and Slayyyter is an edgy, digital dream-punk track that’s all the rage. The duo serve gas-station-glam in Weston Allen-shot accompanying music video, pining for the motorcycle rider of their Route 66 rest-stop fantasies.
Rebecca shares, “Slayyyter has been one of my favorite artists over the past few years,” Rebecca Black admits about the epic collaboration, “and I loved every second of making this song with her!!! After perfecting this song over the course of a year, its magic, its fantastical and everything I’d hoped for to kick off this new era. Stan! Glam rage is here!”
The nearly sold-out tour kicks off on January 13th in Washington, DC and sees her performing IRL across New York, Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles & more information here! DJ, songwriter, producer and performance art practitioner girl, Alice Longyu Gao, will join as the supporting act across the North American dates, and the hyperpop genre’s laptopmusicgirl Amara CTK100 will support across select dates of the United Kingdom and Europe.
Ten years since her first release, Rebecca Black (@msrebeccablack) delivered a six-track hyperpop-infused sonic journey titled “Rebecca Black Was Here” and her 1.5 Million YouTube subscribers and 1 Million Instagram followers are screaming and streaming. The project opens with “Better In My Memory,” a song with boosted bass and a retro feeling. “Personal,” melts bubble-gum pop and hyperpop glitches as smooth as The Secret World of Alex Mack and “NGL” is distorted to perfection with reference to Sky Ferreira tears. “Blue” introduces a more sultry, sensual, yet sad, side of the project, followed by “Worth It For The Feeling,” in which the now 24-year-old grapples over an ex-lover.
The project closes with the anthemic track “Girlfriend,” which Rebecca performed on the Tamron Hall Show, and after 5 tracks of getting over her, Black is “getting back with [her] girlfriend.”