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Video: Rebecca Black Has A New Song Out

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Remember a few years ago when the internet showed just how callous it could be and ripped a 13-year-old girl a new asshole for daring to release a music video that wasn't awesome?

Well, that girl's name was Rebecca Black, and now, she's back with a brand new song. Black recently posted another music video to YouTube, this one a cover of Rihanna's "Stay." In it, she performs with fellow internet sensation Dave Days.

They sing an acoustic version of the song, and in truth, no one can deny that Black has a very nice voice.

And so, presented without further comment, Rebecca Black's new single:

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