Track is latest from forthcoming debut album
Beloved internet queen, singer and songwriter Rebecca Black has released the third offering from her forthcoming highly-anticipated debut album, Let Her Burn. “Sick To My Stomach” sees the Mexican-American creator delve into the complexity of moving on. The heartfelt track highlights the familiar tinge of sickening jealousy when seeing an ex with someone new, even when you’re the one to encourage the action.
“I wrote ‘Sick To My Stomach’ days after running into my ex for the first time in months and finding out she was seeing someone new,” Black shares of the inspiration for writing the track. “The punch in the gut that comes with the revelation that you’re no longer the center of someone’s universe is forever one of the most painful blows, so this song is as petty as it is devastating.”
Let Her Burn is set for release on February 9th and also includes “Crumbs” and “Look At You,” both showcasing Black’s versatility as an artist and of the project. “Crumbs” is a hypnotic, electro-pop track, which stole attention from the fans and tastemakers alike. “Look At You” highlights a more intimate, vulnerable side.
Black is fresh off the heels of her first headline tour in North America where she sold out rooms across major markets, and took the Rebecca Black Was Here Tour overseas. The internet dream queen will embark on her first European headline in UK/Ireland on February 4th in Dublin. Stops include Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, London and Bristol.
In 2021, Black celebrated the ten year anniversary of her RIAA-certified Gold viral hit “Friday” with the release of the internet-breaking “Friday” remix with friends Dorian Electra, Big Freedia, and 3OH!3. Last year continued to prove Black’s status as an iconic creator, releasing a series of collabs including her bimbofication moment with fellow pop-phenom Slayyyter on their track “Read My Mind,” “Yoga” with bbno$ which hit one million streams in the first week, “New Moon” remix w/ MØ, and her first Spanish language collab, “Cafe Racer” w/ DAGR + LVL1; and pop-culture appearances in music videos for Blu De Tiger and Amy Allen; and milestone events including a packed-to-the-brim Coachella tent for Rebecca Black and Friends at DoLAb.