RIHANNA & BLACK KEYS Inspired REBECCA BLACK's Debut Album
Published: July 24, 2012 - 9:28am
While being interviewed on the pink carpet for the 2012 Teen Choice Awards this past week, YouTube pop sensation Rebecca Black revealed she's finishing up work on her debut album and dropped some details.
Rebecca Black, notorious for her hit 'Friday', dominated the category 'Choice Web Star' in 2011 and came to show support for 2012 nominees. She revealed that she's nearly completed her debut album and although there are no collaborations she said working with UK star Ed Sheeran would be on her list on future records.
"Since it's my first album, we're really just starting off and getting the base but maybe next time," said Black.
With her hit 'Friday' raking in so many hits on YouTube, Black was asked if she plans to make any more epic videos to promote her upcoming full-length debut saying, "For sure. For sure. Until the day I die. Until the day I die." In regards to songwriting inspiration for her big debut Black dropped some very big names from very different genres. "I love Rihanna's album, Talk That Talk and I also love The Black Keys. They are a little bit more alternative; they're not really on the radio but I love them."