In the new song and its video, the YouTube star made references to her 2011 hit which was so bad it made her popular.
Rebecca Black makes it to "Saturday". The 16-year-old who went popular in 2011 for her viral video "Friday", has released a new music video titled "Saturday". Joining her in the video is fellow YouTube star Dave Days who has generated quite a reputation with his covers of popular songs and parodies.
Tweeting the video link on Saturday, December 7, Black called it a sequel to "Friday". The video begins with Black waking up at 2 P.M. from an overnight party and continues with her hanging out with a bunch of friends on the beach. The song contains such lyrics as "Yesterday is Friday, today is Saturday", which is exactly what landed her on the hot water the first time.
Black had to quit high school after "Friday" went viral. Choosing home schooling, Black avoided bullying from her classmates and tried to focus herself on her career. "I was one of those little girls who practiced signing autographs since I was five years old," Black said at that time.
Rebecca Black's "Saturday" (feat. Dave Days) music video