Friday singer Rebecca Black's newest single My Moment debuted on YouTube Monday, but skyrocketing demand has temporarily shut down the video.

The failed video has already roused ire in many fans, and her YouTube page is littered with sad, angry and mean comments.

Black assured her anxious fans (and detractors) that the technical issues will be resolved soon.

So there are SO many people are trying to watch #mymoment all at once, which is why it says the video is unavailable!): it'll be up soon!

The video will also have a television premier at 7 p.m. on Entertainment Tonight on Monday.

The My Moment music video features the Black attending red-carpet events and receiving an award at her middle school. Those familiar with Black's video for Friday should keep an eye out for familiar faces.

The new song was written by Brandon Blue Hamilton, who has penned tracks for Justin Bieber, and Quinton Tolbert.

The 14 year-old singer announced the video via her Twitter account, @MsRebeccaBlack.

Shhh...don't tell! but my video is up on my channel: http://t.co/hhyGLIh check it out NOW!!!, she wrote in less than 140 characters.

Rebecca Black became an overnight sensation this spring when her song Friday was discovered on YouTube. The sugary, uninspired lyrics and kitschy music video sky rocketed the teenager to fame, and she has since appeared on the Tonight Show, on various morning talk shows, and in a Katy Perry video.

The Friday video has been taken off YouTube by Ark Music Factory, the vanity-project music studio that wrote the song and produced the video for Black. At one point, the Friday video had nearly 200 million views.

Black is also working on a five-song album, which will be released in August.