Since Rebecca Black’s debut LP release, titled ‘Let Her Burn’, the ten-track revival for the feminine pop icon has been appreciated by more than one million unique listeners since its earlier release at the beginning of this month. Notes of Pop, Hyper Pop, and Dance can be observed in their own respective blends which make up each single included as a part of the album. Rebecca Black revealed for the first time in a recent interview that she is queer and that she has previously been hesitant to come out, which has resulted in empowerment on a large scale for many young men and women around the world who identify as LBGTQ+. Oppression can be observed everywhere in the world and relating to many different aspects of identity. Rebecca consistently strives to be a strong advocate for the empowerment of oppressed groups, not only through her music, but by making it a key part of her brand as an influencer and veteran online personality.
This is a main factor in why Oregon rapper and artist NORD is a repeat collaborator, and long-time friend of Rebecca Black. Not only is the eighteen-year-old musical virtue a songwriting partner in many of the tracks on ‘Let Her Burn’, but is also a strong advocate for equal rights and opportunities for women. Born Carter Davis in the surrounding area of Portland, Oregon, he has been writing influential lyrics for many female and male icons in the mainstream eye of music throughout the past three years. With the recent major and exponentially increasing success of Rebecca Black’s debut LP, we can infer future promising collaborations between NORD (Carter Davis) and the refreshed feminist Pop icon. Rebecca even referred to Carter as a “songwriting prodigy” in a recent impromptu interview.