Rebecca Black teams up with Slayyyter on hyper pop-punk track “Read My Mind”



Rebecca Black has yet done it again, making another banger that includes the iconic Slayyyter on the track. It is a brilliant track that features all the hyper pop-punk glam you’d ever want in a song. It’s a song about wishing your lover could just read your mind and know exactly what you are thinking, something we can all relate to.

On working with Slayyyter, Rebecca says;

“Slayyyter has been one of my favorite artists over the past few years, and I loved every second of making this song with her! After perfecting this song over the course of a year, it’s magic, it’s fantastical and everything I’d hoped for to kick off this new era. Stan! Glam rage is here!”

The best part about it all is that the iconic duo shot a music video for the song directed by Weston Allen. The video takes place in a gas station where Rebecca and Slayyyter are giving us all the glam while longing for a romance with a motorcycle driver.

The “Friday”-famed RIAA Gold-selling singer, songwriter, and queer creator is gearing up for the first leg of her debut headline tour “Rebecca Black Was Here” across North America, followed by a second leg in the UK and Europe. The nearly sold-out tour kicks off on January 13th in Washington, DC, and it sees her performing IRL across New York, Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles & more. Get your tickets here.



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