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Rebecca Renee Black, known as Rebecca Black, is a famous American dancer, singer, as well as an actress. To the public, Rebecca Black is perhaps best known for her debut single “Friday”, which was released on the YouTube website in 2011. Even though “Friday” has been largely criticized and even deemed “the worst video ever made”, it managed to accumulate 167 million views on YouTube before it was taken down due to disagreements between Black and “ARK Music”. An “overnight sensation”, the song peaked at #34 on the Billboard Hot 100, and gained even more public attention when it was covered on the musical television series “Glee”. “Friday” was also performed by such famous artists as Katy Perry – who later included Black in her “Katy Perry: Park of Me” documentary film – Justin Bieber, and Nick Jonas to name a few.
Rebecca Black Net Worth $1.5 Million
A well-known singer, how rich is Rebecca Black? According to sources, in 2011 her revenue from YouTube amounted to $20,000, while her estimated earnings from her “Friday” song accounted for $445,000. That same year, she collected $26,700 from the iTunes sales of the song. In 2014 Black earned $348,000 from YouTube. In regards to her overall wealth, Rebecca Black’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million, most of which she has accumulated due to the popularity of her “Friday” song.
Rebecca Black was born in 1997, in California, United States. Initially, Black studied at a private school, but after the 6th grade she continued her studies at a public school. While in high school, she took part in the music program, since she felt it was a right choice. However, due to her sudden fame, Black had to switch to home-schooling. In 2010, Black’s ventures led her to meet with the “ARK Music Factory” production company, which agreed to work on her song, and the music video “Friday” came out a year later, and attracting the attention of millions of viewers on YouTube, as well as Twitter websites. The fame of the song sparked legal issues between the record company and Rebecca Black, as a result of which they separated. Consequently, Black established her own record label “RB Records”, under which she released her second single, entitled “My Moment”. Not as popular as “Friday”, the latter song still managed to gain over one million views on YouTube during the first 24 hours of its release. Later that same year Black came out with “Person of Interest”, with the official video published on YouTube as well. Surprisingly enough, the song gathered mixed reviews rather than just negative ones. Black managed to turn negative public attitude towards her songs into a positive one, hence when her song “Saturday” came out in 2013 it was met with praise and favorable reviews. Upon its release, the song peaked at #55 on the Billboard 100 music chart, and succeeded in selling more than 3,000 copies digitally during its first week.
For her contributions to music, Rebecca Black was rewarded a Teen Choice Award in 2011.
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