Rebecca Black New Song: 'Person of Interest' Debuts [VIDEO]

on November 16 2011 12:20 PM

Rebecca Black, the viral video star, is back with a new song, Person of Interest.

The 14-year-old, who first landed on the music scene with her Friday music video in March, debuted her latest song on Tuesday night.

Person of Interest is a crime-themed love song, and the video's main setting is at an amusement park.

In the video, Black can be seen confronting a police officer, playing mini golf, go-kart racing and receiving gifts from her love interest.

There's even a dance party at the end, with Black taking the stage to belt out the chorus to Person of Interest.

Since the release of Friday, Black has been on the receiving end of much criticism from music critics and viewers alike. The video even caused some haters to send death threats to the young aspiring singer.

In essence, the threats were related to getting the music off the internet or they were going to kill her . . . we can't validate how serious they are, but we do take it seriously, police spokesman Sgt. Rick Martinez told E! back in April.

Despite gaining more than 167 million views for Friday, the video was removed from YouTube in June for the singer's own safety. Black has since re-uploaded the music video under her own YouTube channel, and has already gained more than 6 million views.

Black has come a long way since Friday. Over the summer, the Anaheim, Calif. native appeared in Katy Perry's Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) music video, performed on stage with Perry herself, released a second single called My Moment under her own label, RB Records, and quit school.

Her decision to quit school was mostly related to bullying from other students.

When I walk by, they'll start singing 'Friday' in a really nasally voice . . . or you know, they'll be like, 'Oh, hey Rebecca, guess what day it is?' she told Nightline in August.

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